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Listed by Jennifer Snyder of Coldwell Banker LIFESTYLES - Hanover
This spectacular setting and home is a must see! The house was built as a post and beam using beams from an old barn. If the beams could talk, the stories it would tell would be entertaining you for years to come. The open concept feel affords dramatic views of mountains and Goose Pond. Built in 2000 with careful design and site work, each room offers unique views and comfort. The vast kitchen space will suit any baking or cooking aficionado, providing ample counter space, as well as room for shared cooking areas. The living room has wonderful built-in bookshelves and a wood stove, making it cozy, yet spacious. What a place to grab a book, light the stove to take a chill out of the spring air and enjoy breathtaking views. Need a bedroom on the first floor, this house has one, as well as 4 large rooms upstairs. You will be able to enjoy similar views from the Master Bedroom upstairs. While standing outside listen to the birds sing and chirp, and the quiet peaceful sound of nothing at all. The property also has a run-in barn that is used as a garage space and shop area. This house will not disappoint. Subject to final lot line adjustment.

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