Named for Alan’s Uncle Clem and sited where his original cabin stood, it overlooks the field where Clem would host his legendary “Corn Fests.”
Galley kitchen, living room, screened porch / 4 bathrooms with showers / sleeps 8
Sawyer Blake Cabin
Named in honor of Alan’s maternal ancestors, the Sawyers and Blakes, who came to Kensington in the 1600s and helped settle the town.
Galley kitchen, living room, screened porch / 2 bathrooms with showers / sleeps 6
Mother Earth Cabin
Mother Earth stands in tribute to the small cabins in the woods on Alan’s great uncle’s property, which were named for maverick philosophers and teachers.
Open space floor plan with living room and galley kitchen / Sleeping loft with 8 cots
Charward unites the names of Alan and Harriet’s children, Charlotte and Edward, and previously served as a private artist residence.
Full kitchen, living room, screened porch / 2 bathrooms with showers / sleeps 6
The Briggs House
Built by and home to generations of the Briggs Family, this South Road house is located about a mile down from the main property.
Full kitchen, living room, 1 full bath / 1 bathroom with a shower / sleeps 5
Brandy Run House
Locally known for years as Brandy Run, this house sits adjacent to an old airstrip and small pond. It neighbors the Briggs House.
Full kitchen, living room, 3 full baths / sleeps 9
Whitney House sleeps 6, boasts a large farmers porch looking out onto the picturesque Muddy Pond- Kensington’s only natural body of water. You might even catch a glimpse of the local wildlife as they graze in the open fields!
Full kitchen, living room / 2 bathrooms with showers / Sleeps 6