Landmark Trust USA

Imagine renting the former home of a Nobel Prize winning author or staying in a centuries old Vermont farmhouse, both of which regularly earn 5-star reviews on Airbnb.  The Landmark Trust USA rescued these endangered properties from abandonment and neglect and now offers them for vacation rentals. Historic properties include Rudyard Kipling’s home Naulakha—where he wrote the Jungle Book & Captains Courageous—and the Amos Brown House, a fully restored 1802 farmhouse set on 30 acres of forest and meadow.

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