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Listed by Claire Renaud of Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country
Set back 0.3 miles into the woods over a well-cared for driveway, this 3 bedroom log cabin plus addition offers incredible serenity on almost 55 acres yet is less than 20 minutes to Brattleboro and 35 minutes to Greenfield. The 1967 cabin features a living room with wood stove and stone hearth, eat-in-kitchen and sleeping loft plus a marvelous porch that provides a peaceful setting for morning coffee and a prime evening spot for listening to the tremendous number of owls that live on the property. Wildlife abounds. If you sit quietly on a moonlit night in the fall, you can hear the deer on the move in the woods. The late 1980's addition features two bedrooms, bath and laundry room. A mudroom and separate wood room were added in 2015 and the kitchen and bath renovated. Full basement under the cabin provides plenty of storage. New well dug and water softener added in 2019. Standing-seam, insulated metal roof and rebuilt chimney won't be needing work for decades. Venture off the porch to explore 54.8 acres of woods. Take the left branch of an old logging trail down to the beaver pond or stay right and loop this incredible property. Land is in current use. Delayed showings until 8/21/21.

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