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Listed by Debra Staniscia of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
The Cairn, a delightful c. 1840's cottage nestled in the charming village of Lower Bartonsville, was the former Vermont retreat of a New York-based bestselling author. A rare stone house, it is thought to have been built by the same masons who built Chester's Stone Village. Cool in the summer and warm in the winter, its deep window sills invite you to curl up with a favorite book and a cup of tea. You approach the house by a single lane covered bridge. Nestled on a small rise above the road, the house is at once a part of the village and a rural getaway with a large yard for family games and gardening. With a new septic, closed-cell foam insulated basement, recently replaced windows and roof, the house has been lovingly cared for. With Chester's picturesque village green 5 minutes away, Okemo Mountain Resort 20 minutes away and Killington's gondola 45 minutes away, the Cairn is the perfect gateway to Vermont's many outdoor attractions.

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