Granite Farm has an incredible history since its purchase in 1932, spanning three generations in the Pease-Curtis family. Its name is taken from the prolific granite formations that were quarried for, among other things, the many Rockefeller bridges in Woodstock. This unique 457 +/- acre property is completely private, surrounded by protected hills and accessible by a one mile driveway, while still within seven miles of Woodstock. The base of the horseshoe bowl is facing south, site of the log cabin, with good elevation and long range views to Mount Ascutney. The two original 1930’s log cabins are in excellent shape with a total of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 kitchen and each with a stone fireplace. In 1984, the Pease-Curtis family sought to protect the integrity of the property by conserving 350 +/- acres, which allows for one residence on a 2-acre floating building envelope. The property backs up to the Appalachian Trail to the north and is part of the largest concentration of conserved land in Pomfret.