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Listed by Paul Kidder of Lyman Realty
Three bedroom cape nestled in the Vermont country side with 710' of frontage on the Connecticut River. Where to start! Enjoy the clay tennis court, with family and friends. Dock for your boat to explore the river or fishing. Relax, grill on the deck as you enjoy the river view and sunset. Grill inside on those cold days in the brick hearth grill. The property produces a surplus from the solar panels which is sold through net metering. With the generation of power the house is heated and cooled using an electric heat pump. A propane boiler and two woodstoves also compliment the heating systems for those short winter days. The home is open concept to promote social gatherings. The sunroom is a great spot for lunch and growing your favorite flowers. Just below the sunroom is a root/wine cellar with a washing sink to take care of your home grown produce. The walkout basement is presently used as a workshop and garage. It could easily be upgraded to a family room or additional living space. Let your imagination run wild, the opportunities are endless. Year round home, second home, vacation home or income rental. Located minutes from I-91 and 45 minutes to Lebanon/ Hanover area. This one won't last! Delayed showing until 7/17. Open house on 7/17 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

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