New custom-built three-bedroom, 2.5 bath home on 31+/- forested acres in Thetford, VT. Completed in 2014, the main structure is a Douglas Fir Davis timber frame with traditional stick-built additions. Each room is bright and comfortable. Amenities include: ground-floor master suite with walk-in closet and master bathroom with double vanity, shower and soaking tub; kitchen with center island, cherry cabinets, black granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and walk-in pantry; great room with vaulted ceilings and thermostat controlled propane fireplace; dining room with exposed beams and v-grove ceilings; two upstairs bedrooms with a second full bathroom; attached over-sized two-car garage, mud room, laundry room, office, powder room, covered porches and an unfinished walk-out basement. Other features include: four zone Takagi propane furnace, radiant-heat flooring, a Venmar HRV air exchanger, structural insulated panels, spray foam insulation and Eagle E-series windows by Andersen.
Listed by Christopher Lang of LandVest, Inc/Woodstock
Comfortable Thetford Cape! Situated in a private setting with easy access. The floor plan is very well thought out with a first floor master bedroom and 2 bedrooms up with a full bath. The walk out basement is mostly finished offering a huge family room and additional sleeping space or office. There is an attached garage with tons of storage above that makes it very nice in in-climate weather. Wood floors, skylights, beamed ceilings, there are many features here that will welcome you home!
Listed by Chuck Clifford of Four Seasons Sotheby`s Int`l Realty
Inviting three bedroom, two bath contemporary home set on 4.9 +/-acres. Open floor plan with lots of natural light. Quiet and relaxing homestead that includes a cabin on the hill, frog pond, apple trees, berry bushes, wildlife, and much more. The home includes a mini split home heating/air conditioning system and a woodstove with hearth. Full second floor bath has new Bath Fitter tub. Recent energy efficient improvements include Mitsubishi heat pump wall unit, Ruud hot water heater, spray foam and vapor barrier in crawl space, spray foam walls in unfinished utility area and many newer appliances. EC fiber network for internet. Carriage shed on property currently used as a chicken coop. There is a cabin with deck and woodstove nestled in the woods behind the house.
Listed by William Brown of The Clerkin Agency, P.C.
Beautifully maintained double-wide home on a generous lot with an above-ground swimming pool. Spacious deck, generator, outdoor storage shed and loads of extras. NOTE: A sliver of the lot is in W. Fairlee.
Listed by Cheryl Herrmann of RE/MAX Group One Realtors
Tug Ridge Forest is perched above the Connecticut River Valley and offers seclusion, cabin sites and potential views, all within the vibrant Upper Valley Region. The property rests on an east-facing ridge on the slopes of Tug Mountain. The property is generally sloped with a few level spots and a few areas that are quite steep. The property is completely forested with a few breaks in the canopy here and there. Intermittent streams flow freely and bedrock protrusions are common. Deer and moose sign is plentiful and other game animals likely inhabit this forest, making it an accessible hunting location. In 2006, two sub-lots on the property were identified and granted septic permits. These two lots would make ideal spots for a cabin for hunting, peaceful retreat or recreational pursuits. Up on the ridge, there are potential views, with clearing, to the south and east of the Connecticut River Valley and New Hampshire hills. The majority of the timber resource is eastern hemlock. The 2017 forest management plan for the property delineated the property into two stand types: a softwood stand with hardwood associates and a mixed-wood stand with hemlock as the main softwood species. Timber density levels for both stands are considered fully stocked. While much of the timber resource is within the growing stock to small sawlog size classes, many legacy stems, diameters in excess of 20, exist throughout the forest.
Listed by Alisa Darmstadt and Michael Tragner of Fountains Land Inc.
Spacious, three-bedroom ranch-style home on a lovely lot in Thetford. Newer, efficient furnace and hot water heater. Dishwasher, refrigerator along with central a/c, and stone patio with fireplace. Fabulous finished room in the basement with Vermont Castings propane stove and a 12x20 bonus building for a workshop, craft room or whatever suits your needs! Two-car garage.
Listed by Dorothy Griswold of The Clerkin Agency, P.C.
You won't believe how magnificent the views are from just about every portion of this beautiful piece of Thetford land! From the mountains, to the valleys, the panorama extends from north to south, bringing privacy and serenity at every level. Rimmed by classic stone walls, this gently sloping piece includes a potpourri of woodland, shrub, and open highland. Preliminary investigation has identified a great site for your sanctuary! Land itself is on Class 4 road.
Listed by Berna Rexford and Edythe Scheier of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
This is a remarkable property . The meticulously kept house has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, lovely kitchen, formal dining and a livingroom opening to the back yard. There is an attached one bedroom in law apartment. The large 36 x 60 Garage has been used for car restoration and is heated and insulated. There is also a bathroom in this structure. A second detached 3 bay garage is suitable for equipment or storage. The grounds are groomed with gardens and open pasture.. Systems 2000 boiler , nice covered back porch. Easy access on Route 132 to the Upper Valley. Ideal for someone who works on old cars or who wants a business.
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