Lakefront Seclusion on Gifford Lane
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Rustic and idyllic, this South Hero cottage boasts pine floors, a dock, and a great location by the water.
Situated at the end of a private dirt road, this home is secluded and surrounded by a copse of trees and a pasture. You're within walking distance of South Hero mainstays such as Zebs Snack Bar.
A built-in porch surrounds three sides of this turn-of-the-century home. The sitting roam has a sofa and printed chair; the living room, two wicker armchairs, a flatscreen TV, and antique wood stove.
Set inside the screened porch, the dining area has seating for four at a table as well as two wicker chairs.
The kitchen features a fridge, gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, and cast-iron pans. There's also a gas grill outside for BBQs during the summer!
There are three bedrooms here, able to accommodate up to eight travelers (four adults maximum). The master boasts a queen bed and wood paneling. The second bedroom has two twins and the third bedroom has a twin bed, with two camping cots available. There's a full bath as well.
The screened porch offers many spots to enjoy the view, from the daybed or couch. Head out to the four lawn chairs near the fire pit on a cool summer night or take a trek to the private dock down below (please note that there are no guarantees that the dock will be available to use, as the water level changes seasonally).
This home has a small deck and a kayak for your use.
South Hero is a peaceful refuge from the everyday. White's Beach lures locals and tourists every summer and Bird House Forest boasts colorful birdhouses hanging from hardwood trees.
This cozy and tranquil Lake Champlain home is the perfect spot for your next vacation.
*Please note that the home's water is not potable. Drinking water will have to be brought in.
Meals & Room Tax License #MRT-10082226
Dock Details: There is an aluminum dock to access the water or tie up a small boat, when the lake level gets low enough and the water is warm enough to put it in! SMALL BOATS ONLY! Level of the lake changes as well...so just row boats, Kayaks etc. Dock cant handle anything bigger than that.
Water Access: Direct Lakefront Property with access to shoreline via stairs.