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Listed by Thom Dahlin of Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country
Catch breathtaking views of the Connecticut River and Mt. Wantastiquet from this exquisite, circa 1916 English Cottage hilltop home close to town. The property has been lovingly renovated and landscaped by the owner to become a master work of art. The large lot includes a charming pergola with climbing roses and grapevines, old-growth woods, fruit trees, berry patches, vegetable and pollinator gardens, and more. Once inside, grab an afternoon read in one of two window seats, stargaze from the Juliet balcony in the upstairs bedroom, or lounge in front of the huge picture window warmed by the gas “wood” stove. The cheery, vintage-meets-modern look kitchen, with its yellow designer stove, will bring you a smile. The living room has a gas-fired fireplace for cooler months, and the spacious terrace off this area is perfect for summer entertaining. The newly-added one-car attached garage provides convenient winter entry, and the laundry/mudroom is designed for ease and comfort. A separate outbuilding offers great potential as a guest house, studio or even another garage. This is a rare one-of-a-kind find. Additional Land available. 2.5 Hrs. Boston. 3.5 hrs. NYC & Montreal.

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