BEST OF THE OLD AND BEST OF THE NEW. One is struck by the seamless architectural marriage of the classic Vermont Cape style of 1830 with the Contemporary Great Room addition of 2005. Together they blend into a delightfully rooted hermitage of Vermont life on a 4.3 acre parcel bounded by a sparkling upstream tributary of the famed Battenkill River, a venerable apple orchard, an ancient fishing hole and a regal guard of century old maple trees… did you say you love Vermont? Entering the Great Room, you’ll be beckoned to the massive artisan stone WBFP or French doors leading to the marble covered patios. The chef’s kitchen will delight you with its 4 burner Dakor gas stove, SubZero wood paneled frig, two sinks and granite counters, ample prep space. Past radiantly heated ceramic floors with rustic oak trim come to the artfully carved out open contiguous dining enclave. The Family Room leads to the Parlor with another WBFP. Fine oak floors have been underfoot since you left the Great Room and now lead you to the Master Bedroom and ensuite bath, with two closets. Upstairs are 3 more ample and well-lit bedrooms w/ full bath, tub and separate shower. Venture outside maples and a choice to walk down the grassy slope to the fast stream or through the woods to the slower fishing/swimming hole. Once you see this property, this choice will be your only dilemma.
Updated on May 23, 2022 at 7:41 pm