Cozy 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Northern Vermont/New Hampshire Border
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
This cozy 4 bedroom 2 bath home sits atop a hill on 3 acres in the quiet village of Wells River, VT (population ~500) along the New Hampshire border. Surrounded by nature and the Connecticut River, you'll quickly find the home and the area relaxing. This is a perfect location for those looking to enjoy fall foliage surrounded by the beautiful fall colors.
We recently renovated this 2 story home which was built in the 1920's. The home features and updated kitchen with brand new appliances, granite counter tops, and hardwood floors throughout. The rest of the main floor includes a formal dining area and 2 living rooms with televisions and with chimneys that open up to a screened in porch which is perfect for enjoying nature while sipping coffee or wine. Also on the main floor are 2 bedrooms each with queen size beds and 1 full bath.
Upstairs there are 2 additional bedrooms with the first having a twin trundle bed which can be used as 2 twin beds or put together to make a king size bed. Down the hall, there's an additional bedroom with a queen size bed and another 1 full bathroom.
Each bathroom has claw foot tubs that were original the home and perfect for soaking. If you're not into baths, no worries, the tubs also include a stand-up shower.
In the basement, there is a washer and dryer, and renters have access to equipment such as children's bikes, tubes and tents.
Outside enjoy the fire pit, tree swings, picnic table, or play a game of badminton. For those looking to enjoy nature even more, feel free to use the air mattresses and sleep on the porch or set up the tent anywhere on the 3 acre property.
On a typical day, you'll see chipmunks, a variety of birds, and deer on the property. Occasionally, you may spy a fox or moose as well.
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Considered
- Children Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10, Beds for 8-10
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Bedroom 4
- Other (See Description)
- Queen size Beds (3), Twin or Single Beds (2)
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer:
- Air Conditioning:
- Washing Machine:
- Wireless Internet
Location & View
- Mountain View:
- Ice Skating
- Hunting Small Game
- Hunting Big Game
- Cross Country Skiing
- Massage Therapist
- Fitness Center
- Sight Seeing
- Scenic Drives
- Paddle Boating
- Eco Tourism
- Bird Watching
- Wildlife Viewing
- Water Parks
Enjoy the rolling hills and relaxing lifestyle in this quaint town of Wells River, VT on the New Hampshire border. Some of our favorite things to do in the area cost little or no money at all and include: swimming in the river pools and lakes (10- 20 min. away), rafting and tubing down the rivers, walking into town for breakfast or ice cream, visiting farms for fresh fruit, vegetables, homemade food, and even visiting with the farm animals. More tourist attractions are just 30 minutes away in Lincoln, NH where you can zip line, ATV ride, ride train tours, moose siting tours or check out amusement parks and water parks. This house is a great location for anyone looking to relax or for enjoying the variety of the area. Within an hours distance include other fun activities like visiting the Ben & Jerry's Factory, Mt. Stowe, amusement parks like Santa's Village and other fun activities. ...morecollapse
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$150 per night $1,000 per week $1,900 for 2 weeks $2,700 for 3 weeks $3,200 for a month 50% deposit required to reserve $100 cleaning fee per stay
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- Nearest Airport: Burlington, VT at 65 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: I-91 at 5 Miles
- Nearest Ski: Loon Mountain, NH at 30 Miles
Year Purchased: 2012
About the owner: This was my grandparent's home when they retired in the 1970's. I remember going up there as a child to visit and feeling a sense of magic and charm with the home and nature. I purchased the home in January 2012 and have renovated it to bring out it's beauty once again.
Why the Owner Chose Newbury:
The home and area are very charming and bring you back to the sense of simpler times. With the many rivers, mountains, trees, and nature all around, it's easy to sit back and enjoy. I'm also the adventurous type and found the home perfectly located to access nature's adventures like rafting, swimming, and hiking, as well as being close to more modern adventures like zip lining, atv riding, and amusement parks.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Enjoy the home all year round with swimming and other fun summer activities, foliage viewing during the fall, skiing and ice skating in the winter, and flowers blooming in the spring.
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Cozy Vermont Home near White Mountains of New Hampshire
Updated kitchen with dishwasher. Small TV in kitchen, plus desk/bar area for 2.
Casual TV room with large screen TV and porch access
Dining room with leafs to expand the table to accommodate 8+
Main floor bedroom 2 with Queen Bed.
Second floor. Twin day bed with trundle for a 2nd twin or convert to king.
Second floor bedroom 2 with queen bed.
Front of property
Nearby natural swimming pool/river under historic covered bridge.
Updated kitchen includes TV.
Kitchen nook table expands for seating for 4.
Screened in porch.
Formal living room with flat screen TV
Main floor bedroom 1 with Queen bed.
Second floor bathroom with clawfoot tub and shower.
Child friendly with access to children's bikes, wagons, toys.
Fire pit, tree swing in back of property
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