Woodstock

 

With a covered bridge in the middle of town, and stately homes surrounding the village green, it is easy to see why Woodstock has been called the “quintessential New England village.” You will be greeted with traditional New England hospitality in our unique shops and galleries, artisan studios, country stores and fine restaurants.

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One Lincoln Corners is located just 5 minutes outside the town of Woodstock, Vermont, one and a half hours to Burlington, Vermont and just two and a half hours from Boston.

 
 
 
 

 

History

The hamlet of Lincoln Corners began in 1774 when Phinehas Williams arrived by oxcart from Connecticut and built a home for his family on the site of the present Lincoln Inn.
 

The present Lincoln Covered Bridge was built in 1869 and named for the Lincoln family that occupied the Williams Homestead (Lincoln Inn) at that time.  The former R.F. Wood homestead (Vorlage Ski Club) across the road, the 1860 schoolhouse (Two Lincoln Corners), and the stone mill building (currently Northeast Supply Co.) are additional eloquent reminders of the area’s long history.  The orientation of the building, the landscaping, and the architecture of One Lincoln Corners are all designed to enhance and reinforce the existing interrelationships of the neighborhood, and to continue a two hundred year tradition of Vermonters doing business in a charming rural environment.