YOUR SANCTUARY IN A CHANGING WORLD. This house boasts over 4000 square feet of living space PLUS 111 acres PLUS gorgeous views, PLUS it borders on 600+ acres of Nature Conservancy land. That’s what we call a buffer! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath house has 3450 square feet of well-insulated living space on the main level and nice views of the Green Mountains. High quality materials were used throughout--including ash flooring, engineered stone countertops, maple cabinets, and a deck made of Brazilian Hardwood. In addition, there are two garage bays and large work areas in the walkout basement, as well as another building with two bays and an accessory dwelling unit above (unfinished). Just as important, you have the means to be self-sufficient. There are two banks of solar panels (owned), which take a big chunk out of the utility bills, and the batteries in the basement insure against prolonged power outages. And you have three ways to heat the house. The efficient wood gasification boiler provides radiant heat on both the main and basement floors, and the pellet stove and heat pump provide additional sources of heat. $500 a year in heating costs? It's possible—and it could be even less if you harvest and split wood from your own woodlot! You will have plenty of land for animals and gardening, not to mention ppotential income from logging or maple sugaring. With woods and hills and a bubbling brook, this is a great spot to get away from it all while living safe and secure.
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Listing Office BHHS Vermont Realty Group/Middlebury, 802-388-9836
Updated 9:07PM - 10/5/2022
Listing Agent Jeff Olson
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