Just because he played a tough guy on screen didn't mean that the late actor Charles Bronson didn't like to live well. His Vermont farm is on the market. Bronson owned the approximately 300 acre farm for more than 30 years. The farm has an a circa 1796 brick federal home that has been updated with a solarium garden room and an elevator that accesses a large, second level, two-bedroom, two-bath guest suite, and a two-bay garage. The original home includes a family living room with fireplace, kitchen with butler's pantry, paneled dining room with marble fireplace surround, a master suite with two period fireplaces, full bath, and dressing room with mahogany cupboards. The Bronson Farm is designed for horse owners and includes and indoor arena with 22 stalls as well as an outdoor arena. The farm includes forests, ponds and views to the mountains. It is listed at $4.895 million.