Designed by Bull Stockwell Allen with interior furnishing and finishes by Brayton & Hughes Studio, the new 20,000 square foot, Alpine Clubhouse represents Stowe resort’s ultimate members-only, ski-in/ski-out dining and recreation experience. The club occupies the first two levels of the “pinecone”, a pyramidal, five-story structure inspired by the geometry of its namesake. The club’s two levels are linked together at the center, via a grand stair with tall, tree-form columns that form a dramatic focal point for the dining room and bar. Designed to evoke a contemporary version of a New England Alehouse, the interiors feature a large native granite fireplace and warm wood paneling. Along with the high-end restaurant, the club includes a large lounge, conference spaces, equipment valet and locker rooms.
Sitting atop Stowe Mountain Resort’s Spruce Peak Alpine Club and Adventure Center development, are nineteen, luxury, family-focused, 2-4 bedroom resort club residences. Designed so that each residence has a unique floor plan and takes advantage of village and mountain views, these new units sold out within 30 days on the market, at the highest price point ever achieved at the resort. Many residences have multi-story layouts and large family style bunk-rooms.