67 acre peaceful woods, a calm and relaxed getaway. Bright, spacious main room with wood stove and view. Gourmet kitchen, soaking tub, second wood stove in main sleeping area. Separate bedroom downstairs with own bath, attached garage.
Surrounded by 67 sprawling acres of peaceful wooded-area, our home guarantees a calm and restful escape. Nestled a quarter mile from the road, a bright, spacious main room with a wood stove and view will enchant you. Kitchen equipped with granite counters, gas stove, Bosch dishwasher and other great features. Huge covered deck with views and hammock swing that you can live on in warm months. The main bedroom includes 4 skylights and sliding doors, three walls of windows, a clawfoot extra long and deep bathtub, and a second wood stove. A separate guest bedroom downstairs features its own bathroom, and is situated right next to the garage that allows easy access in winter months and is large enough for an SUV. Our home sleeps up to 6, with two Queen sized beds, a double pullout couch, and a twin bed couch option that is in the downstairs bedroom. The property itself sits in close proximity to nearby towns such as Newfane, Brattleboro and Putney. With swimming holes easily accessible in the summer, the Stratton Mountain Ski Resort is only a half an hour away in the winter. Hiking, kayaking, tubing, cross-country ski and snowshoe opportunities are myriad.
Other features include washer/dryer, a mudroom, and 67 acres to explore and enjoy! Family and usually pet-friendly. Wi-fi included.
Entire house is yours
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Yes, though your solitude is part of what I offer
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If concerns, let me know.
Always with respect, and though you are a quarter mile away from neighbors, being quiet is always appreciated. No smoking is mandatory. Children of all ages are welcome; the home is not "baby proofed," so feel free to bring equipment if you like for your purposes.
Love country life--now I get to share this life. Surrounded by the elements, the quiet, the beauty, as one guest said, "I can hear myself think here." I agree with her. After four years, I am restored, connected--and really hate to leave this place for just about any reason other than visiting those I love.
Necessities have changed--now I use a tractor, live with chickens, heat with wood. I love to hike, yet my miles have decreased as I spend time bringing in wood for the next season. I like it this way....though only growing a few vegetables as I have a day job, I relish putting up dried apples, harvesting wild plants for fun special meals, and knowing the farmers from whom I buy produce and meat.
And, when eight years old on my first camping trip, I immediately aspired to be a park ranger when I grew up. Now I am that park ranger, acting as naturalist, caretaker, and protector for these forests and animals.
Today I host others, and witness their easier breathing, delight in changing skies, awe when hearing hooting owls. My park ranger persona sighs with satisfaction. And, my guests get to shop at the local farm stand for truly local food. They have the opportunity to soak in the large cast iron tub, gazing into the forest--another life passion, I have put soaking tubs in every home.
A soaking tub and immersion in nature--that about sums me up.
Sounds corny but I find this true--a joy shared is a joy doubled.
Here is one of my life mottos that has not yet failed me--why bother unless it's fun?