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Listed by Suzanne Garvey and Elissa Scully of Mary W. Davis Realtor & Assoc.,Inc.

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71 feet of private crystal-clear water frontage on beautiful Lake Rescue can be yours now, in time to enjoy summer at the lake. The home has been owned by one family since 1957 and although it has not been updated, it is still filled with charm. The upper level has two bedrooms while the main level consists of a kitchen/dining/living room with beautiful lake views framed by seven majestic pine trees. There is also a full bath on the main level as well as a three-quarter bath on the walk-out basement level. Sitting on .78 acre, it includes a two-car heated garage and driveway for plenty of parking. The garage has a large stand-up attic space, an additional 200 square foot covered porch/patio and a flat yard area great for outdoor games. Two snowmobiles and a lawn tractor can be stored under the sunroom, along with storage in the garage. This home is five minutes to Okemo for skiing and has access to the VAST trail for snowmobiling. Get your piece of Vermont in this charming lake house with its slightly sloping yard reaching down to the water for boating, swimming, kayaking, fishing or just relaxing!

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