Waitsfield/Warren is possibly the prettiest ski town there is in the East—“classic Vermont,” unspoiled by overdevelopment, still graced by working farms along the Mad River. Not surprisingly, living in a beautiful place makes the locals happy...
Select one of the premium Gadd Brook Slopeside units and receive $65,000 toward furniture.
A complimentary Ethan Allen Design Service will help you with the selection ... So easy!
In addition, Sugarbush has extended the deadline for its ski and golf free benefits for new Gadd Brook purchases.
Gadd Brook Slopeside features 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom homes boasting spectacular mountain views of Lincoln Peak and ski-in/ski-out living in the heart of Sugarbush. These new residences are elegantly designed with a contemporary twist on the Vermont farmhouse style, with farmhouse sinks, Shaker-style cabinets, sliding barn doors and gas fireplaces with Vermont slate hearths.
Join our team, along with current and prospective homeowners, Saturdays from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Gadd Brook.
This winter there will also be a number of local business participants. We hope you'll join us.
We like to say that life is truly better in the Mad River Valley. It’s hard to put your finger on just why. Is it the wide-open farmland, the covered bridges or the quiet, country roads? Or is it the majestic mountains that provide countless recreation opportunities in all seasons? Hard to say. Why not come experience it for yourself? Stay in one of our newly finished Gadd Brook Slopeside homes and feel what it is like to call Sugarbush your home.
• Airfare allowance
• Rental car allowance
• Two nights in a 3-bedroom Gadd Brook Slopeside unit
• Complimentary meals for three days
• One round of golf for four people, with clubs included
• $200 Sugarbush gift card, valid anywhere on resort
• Property tour with a Sugarbush real estate expert
*Package value not to exceed $2,000.
Value will be credited to purchase price at closing if unit is purchased by 10/1/2018.
JOIN THE COMMUNITY: GADD BROOK SLOPESIDE
At Gadd Brook Slopeside, you’ll find Vermont craftsman-style two-, three- and four-bedroom homes located in the heart of Lincoln Peak Village. Named after the resort’s founders, Damon and Sarah Gadd, these private, slopeside homes offer breathtaking mountain and valley views and are conveniently close to the new Village Quad and historic Sugarbush Village.
Exterior: Private/Heated Parking Garage (Storage), Private Patios and Ski-in/Ski-out Access
Interior: Unique One- and Two-floor Layouts, Open Floor Plan/Spacious Living Spaces, Large Mud Room, Gas Fireplace, Central Air Conditioning, Tile Flooring and Large Eat-in Kitchen with Farmhouse Sink, Stainless-steel Appliances and Quartz Countertops
Energy Saving Features: Efficiency Vermont Partnership, Insulated Walls and Roofs and Performance Windows
HOA Dues Include: Common Area Maintenance; Landscaping; Plowing and Snow Removal; Trash Removal; Heated/Private Garage; Deep Clean of Garage Twice Per Year; Common Area Cleaning; Service Contracts on Equipment; Insurance; Propane; Electricity; Water/Sewer; and Administration
IT’S NOT A VACATION. IT’S A LIFESTYLE.
An unmistakably authentic atmosphere. A genuine Vermont country setting. A local spirit that reflects the diversity of characters who live there. Sugarbush and the surrounding Mad River Valley are truly unique places nestled naturally in the mountains that surround it.
With two mountains, 16 lifts and 111 trails, there’s no question that Sugarbush is one of New England’s best and biggest ski areas. But it’s more than that. At Lincoln Peak, you’ll find a base area built in the Vermont vernacular of a charming 18th century village with all the modern amenities one could ask for: slopeside hotel with pool and hot tubs, four restaurants, ski valet, adult and child ski school facilities, rental and gear shops and more. At Mt. Ellen, you’ll feel like you’re stepping back in time with its rustic base lodge. The two mountains are connected via chairlift and sandwich the Slide Brook Basin, with 2,000 acres of backcountry.
THE MAD RIVER VALLEY
It’s often said people come for the mountains and stay for the Mad River Valley. In the winter, the Valley offers two cross-country ski areas, an outdoor ice skating rink, snowshoeing and numerous back-country ski trails. Summer boasts an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones, Sr.-designed golf course, downhill and cross-country mountain biking, nationally recognized swimming holes and hiking along Vermont’s Long Trail.