Vacation Home Near MT Snow and VAST Trails



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Exceptional property, maintained and upgraded. New roof, new paint: inside and out. Backup solar for furnace and HW. Hiking and snowshoeing trails from back yard, all season porch with soapstone woodstove. Heated room above garage w/ partial bath. Expanded master bedroom for office or sitting area. Year round brook and fire-pit. Alarm system. Access to VAST (snowmobile) trails. Drive snowmobiles straight from the garage to the trails. Loads of fun all year round with hiking, swimming and kayaking in off winter months. Privacy on town maintained dead end road in quiet section of Dover Hills. A must see!





Type of deal: For sale
Num. of rooms: 11
Num. of bathrooms: 3
Status: Good condition
Size (Sq Ft): 3300
Lot Size (Ac): 2
Construction Year: 1990
Num. of floors: 3
Num. of places for a car: 6
Condition: Very Good
Agency: Ski Home Realty
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Zip Code:: 05356
Price type: Sale price
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374000.00 US$
United States, Vermont
West Dover,
79 Colonial Ridge Rd

Published: December 16, 2017
Modified: December 16, 2017
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