|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The entire home has been recently renovated. When entering the first floor it is centered around a fireplace and large farm table. Two bedrooms (1 king,1 full) on main floor with full bath. One loft bedroom (2 full) plus a loft bunk area and full bathroom on second floor. The loft overlooks the main living area and has great view of Bromley Mountain. The main floor living area has cable tv with many channels, a DVD/VCR. The cellar has a washer and dryer in the boiler room, a full bathroom, another bedroom with a bunk bed, and cement floor sitting area with cable tv (cellar can be damp). House is equipped with forced hot water heat, washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave oven, electric stove, refrigerator. A bar counter top surrounds the kitchen. The entire wall of the main floor is lit up with glass facing Bromley Mountain giving you the feel of really being in the forest. One acre lot and big driveway for several cars.This area always has snow in the winter so be sure to have good tires. WiFi is available and unlimited phone calls with Xfinity Triple Bundle.
Bed Linens/Towels: MUST BRING YOUR OWN BLANKETS/COMFORTERS/TOWELS/LINENS. WE DO NOT PROVIDE THEM AS PART OF RENTAL.
3rd bathroom in cellar: Washer and dryer in cellar boiler room
Must be 26 or older to rent property.
We had a wonderful stay in this home in the woods of Vermont yet near skiing , shopping and dining out.
Mountain view of Bromley Mountain, a 5 minute car ride away.
Situated on a dirt road in the Green Mountain National Forest. Close to an old ski area called Snow Valley which is fun to explore. Only 2 miles from Bromley Ski Area, 6 miles from downtown Manchester Outlet Shopping/Dining Areas. Stratton Mountain access road is about 6 miles away. For swimming there is the little known Stratton reservoir off of route 30 only 4 miles away. Also Hapgood State Park with its crystal clear pond for swimming in summer only 8 miles away and Emerald Lake State Park with beach, snack bar, canoe and paddle boat rentals. Nice view of Bromley Mountain from living room. Winter is all about the skiing and summer is great for hiking/swimming and much more.
Take the Snow Valley road off of Rte. 30 if snowing because when you turn onto Sylvan Ridge it is not as steep as if you go up Signal Hill road.
|Refundable damage deposit||$350|
Contact Roy Arsenault for lower pricing on longer lengths of stay. A check for $350 for a refundable damage deposit is required and will be refunded if the property is found to be in satisfactory condition following the rental.