From the top of a 2000’ mountain peak on Mt. Hunger, Alcorn Heights was first a fire tower built by the Alcorn family in the early 1900s with commanding 360˚ views of Killington, Camels Hump, Mt. Mansfield, Mt. Washington, and the Presidential Range in New Hampshire. Today, Alcorn Heights is a 5,381-square-foot timber frame house where every room has a stunning view. There is a chef’s kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 5 baths and high craftmanship throughout, using ash, butternut, hickory and knotty alder. At the center of the open floor plan is a stone fireplace, which is the focal point for the living room and dining room experience. East and west facing porches run the length of the house. There are intimate reading areas, a large game room, exercise room, and a solarium with a sunken hot tub, which has one of the best views to the southwest. The 15.43-acre property is within the 60,000-acre Chateauguay No Town Conservation Area, where much of the land is accessible for recreational uses such as hunting and fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, mountain biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. A spacious 3-car heated garage with 12’ ceilings and 10’ overhead doors provides plenty of storage space for gear and equipment. Alcorn Heights sits above the charming village of Barnard and Silver Lake and Woodstock is 15 miles away for more shopping and restaurants.