Ludlow Cottage Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 8
Sited among the trees on the eastern shore of Lake Pauline, the first floor of this waterfront home has an entryway (mudroom), an open kitchen-dining area with sliders onto a deck facing the lake, a living room with a fireplace/woodstove and a cathedral ceiling, two bedrooms and a full bathroom with a tub. Upstairs is a comfortable open loft bedroom, second bath with a shower, a laundry area with a washer and dryer and a nook with a futon/love-seat. Built as a year-round camp in 1972, this cottage was extensively renovated in 2006, including all new appliances, granite-topped kitchen counters, tile bathrooms, hardwood floors in the kitchen-dining area and carpet throughout the rest. The major systems (electric, plumbing, heating, well and septic) have all been updated too, providing that elusive balance between rustic charm and care-free reliability.
This house is the perfect summer getaway and Winter haven for Skiers. Please be our guest!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Rob Bellezza
Born and Raised in NJ. Moved to Vermont in 2011.
My family and I have fallen in love with everything this state has to offer and purchased this cottage in 2013.
Rob Bellezza purchased this cottage in 2013
Why Rob Bellezza chose Ludlow
Living a few hours north of Lake Pauline, I stumbled across this area simply by chance a few years back. I wanted to take a last minute vacation with my family during the July 4th weekend and ended up exploring this portion of Vermont. We all had an excellent time on Lake Pauline, and we knew right away that we wanted to own a home that was close to top notch ski resorts in the winter, and lakefront for the summer months. We could not have found a more perfect combination for year round relaxation.
What makes this cottage unique
This cottage has everything you need. It sits directly on 165 feet of lakefront property surrounded by 1 acre of private and peaceful land. It is approximately 2 miles from Okemo, and 15 miles from Killington. The town of Ludlow is home to various restaurants, bars, and plenty to do. There is literally something here for everyone.