If you are looking for a private family retreat with lots of space, beautiful sunsets (and breathtaking sunrises) where you can own your own hiking and/or snowmobile trails, this is the place for you! Two separate houses, and 77 acres of hill top land, comprise this awesome property with long range views in all directions and total privacy. There is a mix of open fields and woodlands suitable for livestock, horses and vegetable gardens. The main residence, custom built in 1998 to replicate a traditional Vermont milking barn, has been designed and constructed using green technology and local materials with alternative energy and self-sustainability in mind. Two story, timber frame, great room has top to bottom windows and vaulted ceilings. The living room has a fireplace made from brick that was brought in from factory mills and mill houses built in the early 1900ds. Tavern oak floors, pine walls/ceilings, stainless appliances, custom cabinets & built-ins, and tiled bathrooms. The main house has a heated, attached garage, woodshop and wood storage. The second house is a 2,500sf Cape with 3 bedrooms and two baths (pictures attached). Lilliesville Brook, perennial gardens and stone walls add to the beautiful surroundings. The property sits at 1550 feet above sea level and is sheltered from storms by Rochester Ridge which is at 2000 feet. Vast trails are .5 miles away. Easy access to cultural activities, state parks, skiing, snowmobiling, mountain biking, and hiking trails.
Students who live in this sale at 501 Gay Hill Road attend the following Bethel School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Whitcomb Jr/Sr. High School
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