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  • Sarah Bakker

    On a little country road in South Pomfret, Vermont, is a picturesque gated property known as Sleepy Hollow Farm. Once owned by Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, Sleepy Hollow Farm features everything a New England photographer could ever want. This is y I love fall

  • Lila gamble

    Sleepy Hollow Farm / Woodstock, Vermont Love all the fall colors!!

  • Judi Tusan

    Love autumn and everything about it. And it looks like the perfect have to have country home also. Looks like a farm I know

  • Jess Steele

    Sleepy Hollow Farm, Woodstock, Vermont looooove the new england autumns

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