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Contemporary 1989 unique property and 110 acres with superb easterly views just down the road from the UVM Morgan Horse Farm and approximately two miles from downtown Middlebury. The main house has a 34 foot wrap around east facing deck to take advantage of Green Mountain views and glass sliders to bring the outside in, no matter what the temperature. Includes a stone patio, with a pergola, and stone walled enclosed outdoor grilling area and a fenced garden to grow your own vegetables. Fully air conditioned, an oversized living room fireplace, a sauna, wine cellar and Generac Guardian generator if there is a power outage. First floor master bedroom measures 22x15 includes a fireplace. There is an oversized heated attached garage and an outbuilding that was used to house beef cattle with pond and open pasture. In addition the property includes: 2BR Guest House "Pilots Lounge" with approx. 1372 sq ft. A 120x40 Airplane Hangar/Barn/Storage for airplanes, boats, cars, snow mobiles? There is a detached screened writers building/studio, and a privately owned airport (Axinn Airport VT-14) with an elevation of 450 feet and a 90x1400 foot turf landing strip. A beautiful private country home that is so close to Middlebury and offers so much peace, views, and solitude and so many amenities.

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Listed by Tom Walsh of Coldwell Banker Bill Beck R.E. Midd
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