The mission of the Adams Legacy Farm, LLC, formed by siblings Cheryl, Ken, and Charlene, is to continue the stewardship of the farm that our family has owned for the past sixty years.
We strive to carry on our parents’ vision that the farm on which we were raised would remain family-owned and operated. Our parents are gone now, and being recently retired ourselves, we share the goal of keeping this large parcel of land intact and working as an Airbnb.
Adams Legacy Farm, LLC is using a business model combining agribusiness and tourism to achieve our vision’s financial sustainability.
The farm consists of 176 acres of wooded and open land nestled in the Green Mountains along Route 109 in Belvidere, and bordered by the North Branch of the Kelly River, a tributary of the Lamoille River watershed. The river winds between Cold Hollow Mountain and Laraway Mountain, through the valley carved by Ice Age glaciers.
Our property is largely forest land which our Dad responsibly managed with decades of select cutting of logs and firewood. His efforts resulted in a 125-acre prime maple sugar bush yielding between 5,000 – 7,000 taps.
NEW LIFE FOR OUR CHILDHOOD HOME
Adams Farmhouse is our childhood home that we renovated into an Airbnb vacation property, conveniently located midway between Smugglers’ Notch Resort and Jay Peak Resort. Our Belvidere home, built 150 years ago, is on the Vermont Registry of Historic Buildings.
Our renovation improved the energy efficiency of the building while maintaining its country charm and historic significance. Airbnb guests can enjoy the modest farmhouse family-style vacation, while being less than an hour’s drive away from many of Vermont’s major attractions.
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