```On a working certified organic farm
```We currently produce hay, vegetables, fruit and flowers
```Completely private and serene, a fantastic experience
``10 minutes to Lake Dunmore and 20 minutes to Middlebury College
```Beautifully set to look out over mountain and water views
The Historic Seeger-Dean Farm was first established in 1789. It remained in the Seager family until in 1933 Bob and Allyn Dean bought it and added it to their dairy and beef farms. Today there are 2 houses and 4 barns. We rent out one house. We are a short drive, 1.5 miles from Brandon Village and Route 7 but a world apart. Drive out of Brandon on Union street and the village falls away. Our farm's water meadows stretch away from the road in both directions to Otter Creek. After crossing the bridge two huge historic barns with interior silos, appear on your left. Turn right on Ella Dean drive, the private drive way to our farm, and watch all the wildlife who share their homes with us. Swallows, Bluebirds, Goldfinch, Orioles, Meadowlarks, Bobolinks, Geese, Turkeys, Hawks and Herons abound. The Swallows Nest is surrounded by 50 acres of fields with a full view of our pond and the Green Mountains. You cannot see another house other than our farm and its outbuildings yet you can easily walk back to town. Bring your bikes or rent them. Explore the area. It's beautiful here. At night the sky is full of stars. Some people come just to read, walk and get away from it all. It is quiet and 1/3 mile off the road. Relax, recharge, enjoy. Bike, walk, ski, swim, enjoy Vermont at its best. It seems like eternal summer here., but theres plenty of winter
$250 per night, 2 night minimum stay.
$1,500 per week.
Our rates include all fees. There's a 9% state tax.
We are open May 1 until October 31, 2016.
We will consider longer term rentals for the off season.
215 Ella Dean Road
Lyn Des Marais
The Swallows Nest
215 Ella Dean Road
Brandon, VT 05733