It doesn’t get more “New England” than this! out townhome on Quechee Mountain, VT. Everything is new and top of the line in this beautiful vacation home - luxury linens, fluffy down alternative comforters and pillows, fully stocked new granite kitchen with all amenities. Enjoy 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, fireplace, 4 decks, skylights, bonus lower level living room/playroom for kids and teens. Private decks overlook mountainside, BEAUTIFUL SECLUDED SANCTUARY TUCKED AWAY IN THE MOUNTAIN and the valley and Lake Pinneo below. Entertainment options include 3 flat screen tvs, cable, DVD collection, ipod dock and plenty of games. At the bottom of the mountain are access to many amenities, including high speed quad ski lift, golf, lake with beach, newly renov. clubhouse with restaurant, indoor & outdoor pools, fitness room, tennis, cross country ski trails, sledding hill, horse drawn carriage rides. HIGH SPEED INTERNET!
Club-House: The Quechee Club-House Is Available To Guests; Its A Multi-Million Dollar Renovation- It Has World Class Cuisine; A Lounge; Pool; Sauna; State Of The Art Fitness
Welcome To One Of The Loveliest Valleys In Northern New England. Since Its Founding Over Forty Years Ago, The Quechee Club Has Become Many Things To Many People - A Vacation Place, A Retirement Home, A Weekend Getaway, A Summer Retreat, A Winter Paradise, Or A Year-Round Home With A Wonderful Sense Of Community.
Woodstock Is 10 Miles Away; Shop In Upscale Style
Killington : Killington Resort located in central Vermont stretches across seven mountain areas, including Pico Mountain, and features access to 191 trails and 30 lifts with one lift ticket. Killington features the highest lift-served skiing and riding in Vermont from the 4,241-foot summit of Killington Peak via the heated K-1 Express Gondola. Killington averages 250 inches of natural snow each winter complemented by the world’s most extensive snowmaking system covering 814 of 1,215 skiable acres. In fact, Killington Resort has more snowmaking coverage than most eastern resorts have in total skiable terrain and guarantees remarkable conditions from mid-November through early May!
Killington is the largest resort in the Northeast and is known for its diversity of terrain and network of lifts – including three heated gondolas - delivering skiers and riders of all ability levels to groomed wide-open cruisers, classic narrow New England trails, moguls
About Mount Sunapee: In 1909, summer resident Herbert Welsh asked area residents to help save Mount Sunapee from lumbering operations. Through his efforts and the Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 656 acers were acquired. This included the summit, Lake Solitude and almost the entire north side. By 1934, the Society has acquired 1,185 acres on the mountain, which was turned over to to the State of New Hampshire for a state park in 1948. On December 26, 1948 Mount Sunapee opened with the 3,300 foot North Peak single chair, three trails, two rope tows and the North Peak Lodge.
In 1953, a 2,500 foot Summit T-Bar was installed and in 1957, a poma lift was installed on what is now the Eggbeater slope. Between 1960 and 1963, the Elliot T-Bar, Summit double chair, Duckling double chair and J-Bar were installed. The base Lodge and Summit Lodge were both built in 1963, and the North Peak single was converted to a double chair.