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Listed by Thom Dahlin of Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country
Built as a summer camp in 1945, the original stone fireplace is still situated in the den of this charming Stratton home. Since then this property has evolved into a cozy, comfortable family retreat, and is now being offered to the public for the first time in over fifty years. Located on a newly paved dead end, public road with only five houses beyond, this is an incredibly private and quiet location, yet very convenient to everything. Expansively open to the South, this property is drenched in sun all day. There is a covered porch where one can sit and watch the five neighbors go by! A great two car garage with additional storage above is a plus. A wood stove insert in the living room will be welcome in the Winter, after a day on the slopes of Mount Snow or Stratton, both a short drive away. This property is a refuge, from the world.

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