Quintessential 1935 cozy lake cottage.......They don't build them like this anymore!
on Lake Amherst, Plymouth, Vt.
In the heart of Vermont along historic Route 100.
Okemo or Killington ski areas-15 minutes to either
Woodstock 30 minutes away
Linens provided or take $100 off if you bring your own
Living room with fireplace
Kitchen geared towards 'Foodies'
Fire-pit outside- summer
Boats & Floats-summer
Adjacent to Hawk Mountain Resort area
If SERIOUSLY interested, text 802-356-4712 and send an inquiry via this site.
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Reservations based on requested contract and payment of the contract within its terms. First come, first serve.
We will not pursue you in negotiations.
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Alecia inherited this property from her grandparents who built it in 1934. The grandmother was a Brown and a descendent of founding father Nathaniel Bowman Brown who 'camped at the head of Lake Amherst during the Revolutionary War.' He returned to Plymouth after the war and along with other early settlers settled the town of 'Saltash' which is now Plymouth. Alecia believes that Nathaniel may have very well camped near or on the land that she now owns along with her husband and children.
Centrally located between Okemo & Killington, beautiful surroundings, privacy, and definitely not 'cookie cutter' atmosphere. This is a family cottage that is much loved and cared for. When you come to stay you will feel like you are visiting friends and not renting a 'unit' or 'profit mill' property.
Please read reviews written by our past guests.