Looking for an idyllic country escape with a bit of celeb ownership history? Say hello to Lottery Hill Farm—once owned by A-list actor Michael J. Fox—in Woodstock, Vermont. According to
Curbed, the 121-acre country is estate is listed for $2.75 million. Click through the gallery to learn why the country retreat is called Lottery Hill Farm, and see the special additions the actor added during his time here.
Looking for an idyllic country escape with a bit of celeb ownership history? Say hello to Lottery Hill Farm—once owned by A-list actor Michael J. Fox—in Woodstock, Vermont. According to <a href="http://curbed.com/archives/2012/09/11/michael-j-foxs-former-vermont-farm-now-listed-for-275m.php" target="_blank">Curbed</a>, the 121-acre country estate is listed for $2.75 million. Click through the gallery to learn why the country retreat is called Lottery Hill Farm, and see the special additions the actor added during his time there.
The country estate epitomizes the beauty of the Vermont countryside. It's no wonder the actor scooped up the gorgeous property in 1988.
The brick Federal main house (shown here) is said to have been paid for using the winnings from the Louisiana lottery, which makes sense why the compound is called Lottery Hill Farm.
If you're looking for a ton of land this property's got it. 121 acres to be exact. The country estate features fenced pastures, meadows, a year-round stream, and a mixed northern hardwood forest.
There are numerous buildings on Fox's former compound. Included in the $2.75 million ask is this stunning 16-room brick Federal house. Here's a view of the gorgeous kitchen, which features wood beamed ceilings and a charming, country aesthetic.
The 1817 main house is chock full of elegant period craftsmanship, including high ceilings, crown molding and raised panel wainscoting.
A look at the breakfast room in the country home.
A view of the formal dining room in the actor's former country crib. The equestrian property also boasts an attached two-car garage and numerous outbuildings like sheds, a riding ring, and even a swimming pool.
The property has been on and off the market for years, but with these beautiful listing photos we're not sure why. Here's a look at the home's wraparound patio, which seems like a pretty ideal spot to begin (or end) the day.
A country estate wouldn't be a real country estate without a gigantic barn. This is a little different though as it boasts a one bedroom apartment and studio.
A sweeping view of the expansive estate. During Fox's ownership of the farm he added a three-bedroom Cape-style guest house.
One last look at the idyllic rolling countryside of Lottery Hill Farm, which can be had for $2.75 million.