At Gadd Brook Slopeside, the latest phase in Sugarbush’s master plan, you’ll find Vermont Craftsman-style two-, three, and four-bedroom townhomes located in the heart of Lincoln Peak Village. Named after the resort’s founders, Damon and Sarah Gadd, these private, slopeside homes offer breathtaking mountain and valley views and are conveniently close to the new Village Quad and historic Sugarbush Village.
These residences are designed with a contemporary twist on the Vermont farmhouse style. The homes feature farmhouse sinks, Shaker-style cabinets, sliding barn doors, and gas fireplaces with Vermont slate hearths and mantles crafted in Vermont maple. Additional finishes include Kohler fixtures, quartz countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and classic subway tile.
Growth, the Responsible Way
With improvement happening every day, now is a perfect time to be a part of Sugarbush and its growth. Today, Sugarbush is owned and operated by Summit Ventures. Led by Win Smith, chairman and CEO, they are a small group of private investors, skiers and riders devoted to the long-term success of the Mad River Valley and Sugarbush. Together, they've created a new vision for Sugarbush that embraces the resort's fundamental notion that life truly is better in the Mad River Valley. They are the inspiring force behind a dramatic revitalization of the resort. The rejuvenation of Lincoln Peak Village and the establishment of Clay Brook Hotel and Residences was just the first step of a much larger, encompassing project. The second step, Rice Brook, 15 privately-owned, slopeside residences, was completed in 2014. Based on the success of Rice Brook, the next step - Gadd Brook - will be of similar design in that it will offer a mix of two-, three-, and four-bedroom privately-owned condominiums with stunning mountain views.
But of course, we wouldn’t be true to our Vermont roots if we didn't develop Lincoln Peak Village with the utmost respect for its surrounding environment. We adhere to sustainable practices to reduce our ecological footprint across everything we do.