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Modified Swiss style A frame chalet designed by Vermont's acclaimed architect Marcel Beaudin in 1971, an architectural gem and only 3 miles from Jay Peak. Spectacular views, community tennis court, in-ground pool, hiking and snow shoe trails right out the door. Dramatic entrance "Bridge" welcomes you in through double doors to slate floors, red cedar cathedral ceiling, huge cast iron wood burning fireplace, large deck and large windows with incredible views of Buchanan, Haystack and the Long Trail ridge. Amazing spaces to entertain, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Galley style kitchen updated with stainless steel appliances and 1971 classics including a terrace top stove and built in toaster-vintage design, beautifully preserved. Basement recently finished "great" room with large windows and a door that leads outside to a covered deck area with hot tub. Outdoor lighting illuminates the forest surrounding the house. The house sits between 2 creeks that run most of the year providing beautiful sounds and sights. The woods have been well maintained, cleared with trees pruned and cut to maximize the space and views. This is an impeccable home and an amazing retreat.

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Listed by Lynn Locher of Coldwell Banker Hickok and Boardman
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