Vermont’s most expensive home, listed for $9.8 million, is quickly being signed


The listing agent said four bids were received for the property known as Land’s End in the first three weeks. Wade weather the LandVest. It’s the state’s most expensive home on the market at $9.8 million and is already under contract.

“It was a very quick sale,” says Weathers.

This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom cliff-top residence on 10 acres has had just one owner since its inception: the family that commissioned the design in 2016.

“It’s a very, very well made house,” says Weathers.

He adds that it’s rare to find a newer home like this on the local market.

Shaped like a turtle when viewed from the air, the parcel at the top of Shelburne Point appears to have a tree ridge running down the middle. It is surrounded by the waters of Lake Champlain and features a 1,300-foot lakefront promenade.

“Because there’s no public land out there, it’s extremely private,” says Weathers.

Aerial view of the property in Shelburne, VT

Inside the home, it’s easy to see why it’s proved popular with buyers.

With Calacatta marble countertops and a 10-foot island, a top-of-the-line kitchen is sure to please an entertainer. Walls of windows or retractable doors in each room take advantage of the stunning views of Burlington Bay.


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There is also room for the next owner to convert a lakefront gazebo into a one bedroom guest house for overnight guests. Alfresco dining and entertainment are easily enjoyed with split-level decks and a seating area along the shoreline.

Four of the six bedrooms are ensuite and there is even a private guest wing. Luxurious amenities include a large heated garage and an elevator that accesses all three levels. Thanks to the drive-in boat storage, you also have space to bring your boat.




living room


One of the bedrooms

Walk-in wardrobe

One of the bathrooms




Nestled on a 100-acre gated community with eight lots, each ranging in size from 10 to 18 acres, Land’s End, true to its name, sits alone at the top of the development and is the highest elevation.

A mix of main and holiday homes can be found within the community.

“Shelburne is a very affluent, affluent community,” says Weathers.

Proximity to Burlington International Airport, hospitals and the lake are other draws, Weathers says.

“Burlington is a beautiful city,” he says. “It offers all the services you need.”

For skiing, Stowe is just under an hour’s drive away. This potent blend of prime location and well-designed living proved irresistible, meaning the Green Mountain State will soon have a new title holder for the most expensive real estate.

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