ARtist Housing at The Historic Manley-Lefevre House


The Historic Manley-Lefrevre House was built around 1815 with subsequent additions in 1908 and 1925.  The original house was quarried  from the property and later additions incorporated Danby marble to its facade.  At approximately 8,000 square feet, the mansion houses the artists during their stay at Marble House Project.  The house is equipped with 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2 half baths, two large living rooms and a dining room that can seat 22 people.  The home also has an office/library dedicated to artists and a dance/performance studio which is utilized year round.  The house and grounds are on the National Register of Historic Places.



Intern, volunteer and temporary staff housing.

Three bedroom, 2 bath house overlooking Owls Head.  Slate floor dining room, living room with wood burning fireplace and wooden deck.  


Alumni and Guest Housing

One bedroom with working fireplace, kitchen and king size bed over looking the green mountains.