You want a place to get away? A walking score of 10 out of of 10 has folks from all over the area coming to walk Taylor Valley Road because of its lovely walk in nature, with low traffic and a quiet, rushing Ompompanoosuc River meandering alongside the country road. There is abundant wildlife and bird watching galore and not to mention that you can walk out your front door and Trout fish the river across the road. This is a chance to own a Vermont deer/ Snowmobile camp that has been in the family for years. This is a rustic camp in a great location a few miles from the Tunbridge Worlds Fair. There is a spring up the hill that has serviced the camp in the past. Do not miss this opportunity to have your place in Vermont at a reasonable price.
Own a bit of history in the village of South Strafford, Vermont. This Colonial gem is the home of famous Vermont artist Ian Thomson. Thomson is well known as a rural building and landscape painter. The home is located in the heart of the lower village and boasts original architectural details of a by gone era. The home consists of three bedrooms, two baths, and a studio on 1.37 acres. A large mudroom and workshop is accessed by the attached two car garage. Original wide pine plank floors, formal dining room and formal living room remind you of a time gone by. The family room off the eat in kitchen with antique wood stove leads onto the screened in porch to afford the privacy you desire while offering walking distance to the Newton School, Coburns General Store, Edible Pocket Park and community tennis courts. Walk across the street to Harrington Hill for community skiing in the winter and join the guided community trail walks with miles of hiking trails offered by the landowners of the community in the spring, summer and fall. New Buderus boiler and new water heater have been installed within the last two years. 6.5 miles to I-89 north and south, 15 miles to Hanover, New Hampshire and 24 miles to Lebanon, New Hampshire. Strafford, Vermont offers high school of choice.
With a commanding southerly view, this immaculate 3-bedroom, 5-bath home is sited on 10+ landscaped and wooded acres located in historic Strafford and an easy 30 minutes from downtown Hanover. The home features beautiful custom woodwork and cabinets, wide pine floors throughout, marble vanities, and welcomes plenty of warm natural light to highlight the attention-to-detail craftsmanship. The kitchen– with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances– is adjoined by both a formal dining area and living room with wood-burning stove, and a large oversized deck to enjoy the view of the stunning Vermont countryside. A first floor den provides an additional option for relaxing and entertaining. On the second floor, a generously-sized primary en suite bedroom with walk-in closet and large dedicated office space offer more gorgeous views of the property's breathtaking valley vista. Two additional bedrooms share a full bath to complete the upper level. The home also features a comfortable and convenient in-law suite with full kitchen, 3/4 bath, and all of the same amenities of the main house. And the lower level offers even more versatile space with its own 3/4 bathroom. With access to hiking and snowmobiling trails, town tennis and basketball courts, fields, and swimming pond, and proximity to highly-ranked area schools, this move-in ready property has something for everyone.
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