Beautifully crafted home on 13 park-like acres!
Enjoy Spectacular Views
Mt. Ashland Ski & Snow Park nearby
Private yet easy access to services
3 bedrooms plus office, 3 full baths.
3236 living + 2069 accessory space.
Exquisite stone and wood detail.
exquisite stone and wood detail
vaulted living area
beautiful views from every main floor window
vaulted living/dining area
dining with beautiful views
beautiful views from every window
Kitchen features all appliances including a Built-in Freezer & Separate Refrigerator/Freezer
Built-in Freezer & Separate Refrigerator/Freezer
Stunning Views ~ Glass Enclosed Viewing Deck!
Glass enclosed sun-room. Wired for new Hot Tub/Spa
90% ready for Lap-pool (under decking) per seller
Craft / Workspace
Antique Italian Railings (one of two) in the Master Bedroom Sitting Area
Lower Level Bedroom
Third Bedroom or Sewing Room
Large room with wall of south facing glass (approx. 42 feet long). Decking is 2x6 “Choice Dek” and outdoor carpet.
Large indoor patio area ideal for container gardening and just relaxing. Antique stained glass and leaded glass windows. Slider and door to outside. Door to wood-boiler heating system and storage room.
Per seller, previously an indoor pool and now approx 90% ready for Lap-pool (area under decking) if desired.
- The main house has a unique heating system that can be used in conjunction with the heat-pump system or by itself, a very cost-effective alternative to electricity! A 1500 gallon water-jacketed wood boiler with a 30”x 57” burn barrel - the water storage tank heats with wood. This system heats the house through the air handler heating system duct work. (Heat pump is used when desired). Computerized System manager (thermostat control located in hall) co-ordinates the functions.
- The wood-fired boiler room is approximately 19’x 30’ w/ 16’6”x 19’ loft. A rear access barn door allows for easy access to the wood garage/storage area.
- Everything in place for adding a solar accessory heating system.
"Central wood heaters and boilers, normally installed in the basement or a utility room, distribute their heat with forced hot-air or circulating hot-water systems, and can heat any home. If you have a ready supply of firewood and you enjoy handling wood, a wood furnace or boiler may be a good choice."
~ By Greg Pahl, Mother Earth News
24 x 48 – Workshop / Garage
1,152 sq ft
Everything in place for adding a solar accessory heating system to main house
Sliding "Barn style" doors
Built-in workbenches and shelves. 220 amp outlet
10.5 x 19.5 – Workshop attached covered storage
8 x 24 – Storage area attached to workshop
6 x 12 – Wood framed open storage building
6 x 9 – Shed behind master bedroom
6 x 9 – Shed east of workshop
6 x 9 – Shed in lower garden area
6 x 8 – Shed above workshop (south)
* Constructed with 2"x 4" framing, T-111 siding, plywood flooring and composition roofing