Please note: This is the top floor unit to HomeAway #126984.
This charming 1200 square foot 2 bedroom Killington duplex sleeps 6+ comfortably for the perfect family, couples, or friends mountain vacation. This house is situated in a private association (Robinwood), which is directly across the street from Pico Mountain with great views and a 2 minute drive to the Killington Access Road. The dining area has seating for 6 w/full kitchen. The living room area has a wood stove and this unit has a washer & dryer. The entire duplex interior was renovated recently and is in perfect condition. Enjoy views from a deck which spans the entire length of the house. Killington Vermont is located just 3 hours from Boston & 4.5 from NYC. This house is situated on 1 acre of level wooded property with plenty of parking and easy access. The house is only 3 miles from the Killington Access Road.
Also of interest in the Summer time is 1 of 20 different golf courses within a 10 minute drive of the house. You can also enjoy mountain biking at Killington itself, accessed via the lifts, bungee jumping, and many other activities that Killington offers in the Summer. Fall brings some of the most magnificent New England Fall Foliage ever seen from September through October. The Winter time in Killington is of course the best bar none! They have the longest ski season in the United States. Typically starting in October & going straight through till June. Killington offers the greatest night life of any ski resort town in America. There are Over 100 bars & restaurants along the Killington Access road, & this house is just 4 miles from all the action!
Skiing Information: Remember, when all the world turns back to green, Killington remains white. Think about it! Mountain Facts: Killington Resort, located in central Vermont, stretches across seven mountains with 200 diverse trails and 31 lifts. Killington averages 250 inches of natural snow each winter. That, coupled with the country’s most extensive snow-making system, supports the longest season in eastern North America and one of the longest in the entire country, typically lasting from October to June. Killington is known for its diversity of terrain.