Luxurious retreat in the midst of the Mt Snow Ski complex with panoramic view of the mountain from almost every room. This 5,800 square foot home blends architectural design with floor to ceiling windows which bring the outside in. The 3-story home has a large living room, kitchen and dining room on the main level as well as a bedroom with an adjoining bath. The ground level has another family room, game room and 3 bedrooms, one of which is a bunk room for kids. The third floor has 2 beautiful master bedrooms each with their own baths. The home sits on over 3 acres of land and is a mere 1/2 mile from the Mount Snow ski lifts. The home is perfect for large groups, families and entertaining. For additional pictures and information
Mt Snow-General Information: Mt Snow is location only 29 miles from Interstate 91. Mt Snow is Vermont's closest big mountain to Northeast Metropolitan areas and one of the top Vermont ski areas. Mt Snow is in the Green Mountain National Forest. The Mountain areas are: Main Mountain, North Face, Sunbrook and Carinthia. There are 80 trails on 588 acres of land. There are 37 miles of trail and the summit elevation is 3,600' with a vertical drop of 1,700'. There is tree terrain acreage on all 4 mountain faces. Ability level breakdown: 14% green, 73% blue, 13% black. Terrain Parks-12; 1 super pipe; 1 mini-pipe. Total lifts 20. Mt Snow offers a tubing park, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, on-mountain facilities and skier/snowboarder programs. Driving times: New York-4 hours; Boston-2 1/2 hours; Hartford-2 1/4 hours; Philadelphia-6 hours; Washington D.C., 8 1/2 hours.
Mt Snow Golf Course: The Mount Snow Golf Course has matured into one of Vermont’s premier mountain courses and has been rated one of the top five in the state by Golf Digest. Designed by New England course architect Geoffrey Cornish, our 18-hole championship course has also been named one of the top 10 resort courses in the country by SKI Magazine.
The course meanders through spectacular Vermont countryside and provides stunning views of the Green Mountains, including the peaks of Mount Snow and Haystack. Picture tamaracks, oaks, birches and sugar maples lining fairways while the mountains provide a majestic backdrop. The front nine is spread over scenic expanses and the back nine winds its way through wooded terrain. Water comes into play on 11 holes and 41 sand traps are strategically located around nearly every hole. The course sits 2,000 feet above sea level.
Restaurants, Spas and Shopping: Restaurants in West Dover/Wilmington area: (The Inn at Sawmill Farms is lovely, historic, very good food, pricey. Hermitage is very nice. Dot’s in Wilmington is noted for its breakfasts which are pretty good and hearty.
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