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Listed by Gretchjen Smith of Williamson Group Sothebys Intl. Realty
Nestled on a knoll surrounded by apple trees, moss covered stonewalls and open meadows... Located on Prosper Road, one of the premier locations in historic Woodstock. Mtn Tom, the National Forest is just across the street with an incredible trail system for hiking and cross country skiing with friends/family. Just minutes to downtown Woodstock for all amenities, shopping and restaurants. Suicide Six, Okemo and Killington close by. Championship golf, fly-fishing and bike trails. This property consists of 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Handsome hardwood floors, immense amount of sunlight with large oversized windows facing south. This home has an open floor plan with a large sunroom, beautiful stone wood-burning fireplace accent in the living room and first floor bedroom or den. Second floor consists of 3 more gracious size bedrooms with another full bathroom. Perennial gardens are hidden and overgrown but can easily be brought back to life. There are a total of 4 garage spaces: one attached and the other 3 in a separate building. Lots of storage in the basement or create a workshop. First time this property has been introduced to the real estate market. Superior location- come take a look!

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