Since completed by Elmer Darling in 1908, Burklyn Hall ($4,500,000) has surveyed the vistas of Willoughby Gap, Burke Mountain and the surrounding landscape. The home, stable, indoor riding arena and show barn are centrally-located on 86 acres, surrounded by pasture and mature woods. The details of the 35-room residence evoke an era of opulence, from rich mahogany paneling and hand-carved wood to marble mantles and intricately laid hardwood floors, and ten fireplaces. The first floor rooms, overlooking the grounds, include music room, study, formal dining, sitting room, kitchen and butler’s pantry. A grand staircase leads to four bedroom suites, each named by Mr. Darling for its scenic perspective. Guest and staff suites occupy the remainder of the floor. The third floor offers additional guest or staff suites. An exceptional Northeast Kingdom setting with historical significance and matchless equestrian facilities – the possibilities are endless for this iconic home. Become its next steward.