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Listed by Lorraine Checchi of Coldwell Banker Classic Properties

A unique find for the right person or 2! House is cozy and unique nestled in the Green Mountains with a lifestyle towards autonomy and sustainability. Quiet, lush, rustic, sustainable, and off-the-grid. A place to get away and be in touch with oneself and nature. The yard is encircled by stone walls, flower & herb beds, fruit trees, a fire pit, and a hammock. Land has streams with foot bridges that lead to a gorgeous spring-fed pond, and is surrounded by thick forest and peaceful wildlife. Small, cozy "studio-style" with an open-floor plan. It was built from surrounding hardwoods (circa 1988) with milled birch floors. Plenty of light from 12 double-hung split-pane windows. The open living room has a wood stove, and dining nook. Three steps lead down to kitchen, which has gas stove, propane fridge, cabinets and counter space. Climb the built-in library ladder to a loft-space with 2 rooms: an open space that can be used as a study or bedroom, and another private bedroom with storage and closets. There is a bathroom with a sink, shower, and a composting toilet. Conveniently located between Montpelier & White River Jct.

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