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Listed by Scott Mcchesney and Robin Chesnut-Tangerman of McChesney RE, Inc.
Southerly views across and down the Mettawee Valley to Equinox mountain!! Nestled on the edge of a hilltop meadow amongst century-old Oak trees is this charming 1960s built 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath log home. The current owners have taken this rustic gem and polished it up beautifully with New Marvin windows throughout, new 1/2 bath and redone 3/4 bath and kitchen (with a great farm sink and new appliances), weatherized basement/crawl space with full spray foam and vapor barrier and a new permitted replacement septic system... The living space is ideal with a cathedral-ceilinged living room enhanced by a brick fireplace and large picture windows to take in the views, and an eat-in kitchen both leading out to the front porch with the incredible views!! Finishing off the home are 2 bedrooms and a beautifully redone bath with stone floor and oversized shower stall down, and a bedroom, reading nook, large loft area, and 1/2 bath up. The land is mostly open south sloping meadow with the balance in mature oak trees. An ideal location on the southern edge of Pawlet village at the end of a private lane. A very special property!

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