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Historic Schoolhouse at Lincoln Corners in Woodstock Provides Community Working Space

Apr 26, 2018 04:14PM ● By Linda Ditch

Photo from One Lincoln Corners

Need a quiet place to work? The historic Schoolhouse at Lincoln Corners in Woodstock, Vermont, has been turned into a coworking space for the community. If you need someplace to work, plan, create, or hold a meeting, this comfortable space may be the perfect solution.

Community coworking spaces are great for people who need an office but can’t afford to rent one, lack the space for a home office, or just need somewhere quiet to work. They are also convenient for out-of-towners who need a temporary office and for businesses or groups that need a place to hold their meetings.

With your monthly membership, the Schoolhouse provides high-speed Internet access, beverages (coffee, tea, and artesian-well water), a fitness center, locker rooms with showers, and a private conference room. There is also free on-site parking, an outdoor patio, and a bike rack.

Monthly membership is $79 a month and gives you access to the Schoolhouse Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm, as well as access to the fitness center at Lincoln Corners and up to four hours of reserved conference-room time each month. This is a month-to-month membership that can be paused as needed. Right now, an introductory offer gives you the second month free for signing up.

The Schoolhouse also offers a $25 weekly pass for people visiting the area. With a one-week pass, you get access to the Schoolhouse for up to five days—Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Lincoln Corners was established in 1774, and the Schoolhouse was built in 1860. According to the website, “The orientation of the building, the landscaping, and the architecture of One Lincoln Corners are all designed to enhance and reinforce the existing interrelationships of the neighborhood and to continue a two-hundred-year tradition of Vermonters doing business in a charming rural environment.”

For more information about memberships to the Schoolhouse, go to

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