Peacefully enjoy mountainous territorial views unchanged for ten thousand years from the 40 foot long front deck of this 2 bedroom 2 bath chalet is nestled into the forest on it's own private feeling 3.84 acre piece of land with views of the centuries old mountains and ancient meadows. This quaint and quiet chalet was built in 2008, the basement is quad lock poured concrete for the great room and concrete based 20"x20" concrete based treated wood piers under the bedrooms and utility. Hemlock trunks collected from the property adorn the 13 ft. 4 in. vaulted living room and provide piece of mind for snow load in the winter. Beautiful wood burning stove heats the entire home, but feel free to use the additional Toyo oil stove with 500 gallon above ground tank. All your basic appliances including a gas cooking range. Separate interior utility room houses the laundry, large propane hot water heater and an extra freezer. Metal roofed too shed and wood shed conveniently close to the home and a large guest cabin bordering a year round pond. All outbuildings have power. 375 ft. freshwater well, proclaimed by some the best water they've tasted. Fully permitted 1000 gallon Septic, with overbuilt leach field. Large 12 ft x 16 ft bedrooms with private baths in each. Nature is your constant companion with birds, bears, deer, moose, porcupine, coyote, and squirrels. Call this quiet off the grid feeling, but with easy access and all the amenities needed your home sweet home!
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