Also known as Stowe Club or the Country Club neighborhood of Stowe, this centrally located development lies between the Village of Stowe and the Stowe Mountain Resort. It overlooks the Stowe Country Club golf course, which sits on what once was a turn-of-the-century dairy farm. The club is now an 18 hole course noteworthy for its undulating fairways designed by golf course designer’s William Mitchell and Walter Barcomb. In operation since 1950, it is now maintained and operated by Destination Resorts and is open to the public.
Kirkwood’s Pub sits at the foot of the neighborhood at the golf club. Named after the first pro at the golf club, Joe Kirkwood, the pub serves drinks and sandwiches is open from May to October. It’s open to the public and offers views of the Stowe valley.
The Stowe Club neighborhood encompasses Country Club Loop, Sinclair Drive, Sinclair Road, Summit Run, Steeple Lane, Stowe Club Lane, Lapelle Lane, Benjamin Trail, Hunger Lane and Perkins Lane. The neighborhood features luxury homes, on spacious lots with plenty of privacy. It is conveniently located close to the Stowe Recreation Path and many nearby shops and restaurants. Many of the homes in Stowe Club Highlands enjoy views of the Worcester Mountain Range, which includes Hunger Mountain (Mt. Hunger), Mt. Worcester, Mt. Putnam and Stowe Pinnacle. Other homes in Stowe Club are situated to take advantage of views of Camel’s Hump, Vermont’s second highest peak.
Full-time residents and vacation home owners alike appreciate this setting because of its unique combination of privacy and proximity to all Stowe has to offer. As a result, homes in this area are sought after. Nearby conveniences and attractions include the Stowe Farmer’s Market, which runs from late May through October, The Alchemist Brewery, home of Vermont’s most famous IPA, Heady Topper, the StoweFlake Resort and Spa, and, of course, Red Barn Realty of Vermont. The West Branch of the Little River is very nearby and is accessible along the Recreation Path.