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Listed by Dave Davidson of Burlington Office

Near end-of-road privacy and a masterfully restored 1783 cape/colonial with new additions. Originally built by Revolutionary War soldier Asa Green, the main home approximates 3,600 sq. ft.. It has 4 Bedrooms, 3 full Baths, two half baths, and spectacular views from most rooms. Meticulously cared for with wide pine board flooring, fireplace, and over-sized windows to let nature in. It is just 10 minutes to the Skye Ship at Killington ski area, and 18 minutes to Woodstock. High end kitchen features include custom Viking gas range and cook top, Sub-Zero Refrigerator, and even a fully restored old fashioned wood cook stove. Beauty is everywhere with rolling meadows, spring fed pond, wildlife, and old stonewalls. The upstairs barn apartment is just stunning with soaring cathedral space for warm and cozy entertaining. Furnishings available. This property has three elements which are a tremendous feature for any rural Vermont property: a fiber optic connection directly to the home which provides some of the fastest internet in the country. Cell phone service. Whole property backup generator. Furnishings available.

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