Simply one of the most beautiful homes in Vermont. The uncompromising attention to craftsmanship and detail is evident in every room of this lodge style residence. The open floor plan is warm inviting with a seamless flow abundance of natural light. Designed by Robert Carl Williams Associates and built in 2005, this home has been perfectly appointed impeccably maintained. Features include: four bedrooms, each with private bath; soaring vaulted ceilings; extraordinary windows; sunken great room and family rooms, each with grand stone fireplaces; a gourmet kitchen; beautiful open oak staircase; suspended loft; exceptional finishes; and the most pleasing comfortable decor. Ideally situated within the 4-season Hawk Resort community. Hawk offers a full range of property management options. Amenities include a restaurant, year round indoor and outdoor heated pools, exercise facility, spa, hiking trails, skating, sledding, more. Minutes to Okemo and Killlington.
In many ways, Vermont is the getaway state. As one of the country’s least populated, it’s the place to get away from traffic, congestion, noise and even visual assaults. You won’t find a billboard on its highways. They’ve been banned since 1968. In getting away from it all, however, folks find much that draws them in. Covered bridges, crisp air, 300,0000 acres of state-own forestland, towns with a Saturday Evening Post kind of patina and, of course, maple syrup.Lesen Sie mehr über luxuriöse Wohnobjekte in Vermont
Located along Route 100, Plymouth is a small historic town in the Okemo Valley comprised of Plymouth Village and Plymouth Notch. Plymouth Notch was the birthplace of Calvin Coolidge and has been carefully preserved, the town church, general store, and community dance hall that served as the 1924 Summer White House all remain nearly as they were in the 1920s. Located in the Okemo Valley, Plymouth offers Okemo's perfect combination of limitless outdoor opportunity and real-world livability. Convenient to all major New England metropolitan areas, Okemo living is easily accessed. It's just a short drive to a day of powder skiing with an Epic lunch. Breathtaking four-season views on the Healdville Trail from the top of Okemo Mountain. Biking the Route 100 byway - recognized by Yankee Magazine as "one of the most scenic drives in New England." A brisk morning snowshoe with close friends on Vista Trail. Friendly hellos at welcoming shops, restaurants and farmer's markets. Active, outdoors, relaxed - full of fun, friends and fresh mountain air. This is life in the Okemo Valley. Come, find your home, and experience it for yourself.