Contemporary home in the woods.
Sleeps 8: (2 queens, 2 twins, 2 cots with luxury thickness Thermarest pads)
Located on the mountain in Killington East, less than one mile from Killington’s Bear Mountain Base Lodge access road.
Driveway is less than 500 feet from a small parking area adjacent to Killington’s Home Stretch Ski Trail, which leads down the mountain to one of Killington’s high speed gondolas where lift tickets are available. (see photos of the parking area and a view of the Home Stretch Ski Trail from the parking area in this listing).
Enjoy dramatic views of sunrise over the Green Mountains from each of the three bedrooms. Relax in the new Sundance hot tub just outside the front door or curl up in front of the wood-burning fireplace (seasoned hardwood provided). Prepare meals in the recently remodeled, updated kitchen with all new appliances.
New in 2013:
Cable TV, High speed Internet and WiFi throughout house; two new 43' HD plasma TVs and two new Blueray DVD players (in living room and in finished basement) land line phones and power strip with USB ports for charging MP3 players.
Entire interior of home repainted, new carpet in bedrooms, hallways, stairs and finished basement.
New bamboo floor in kitchen, eat-in area and living room:
In the kitchen: new cabinets, countertop, range, microwave, sink and dishwasher.
In both bathrooms: new tile floors, vanities and tub/shower combinations with Speakman shower heads.
In the laundry area: new high efficiency washer with existing dryer.
In the entry: new tile floor.
10 feet from the front door: new Sundance hot tub, seats 6 to 7 adults.
NOTE FOR TRAVELERS WITH CHILDREN OVER THE AGE OF FOUR:
The area in the vicinity of my home has many outdoor activities that would interest children four and older: hiking and swimming in the summer, skiing and playing in the snow in the winter. In addition, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science Nature Center and the Billings Farm and Museum are both are located near Woodstock on Route 4, approximately a half-hour drive east of my house and have many interesting activities that appeal to children. A rock climbing gym is located in Rutland, approximately a half-hour drive west of my house. All the public schools in my area have playgrounds. The one at the elementary school in Woodstock is brand new.
NOTE FOR TRAVELERS WITH BABIES OR YOUNG CHILDREN!
My home is not well-suited to guests with babies or young children. Travelers must bring their own crib, high chair, gates for the stairs, plastic covers for electrical outlets and any other equipment their baby or young child would need.
My house is far from baby-proof. None of the kitchen or bathroom base cabinets has a child lock. None of the electrical outlets has a cover. The house has five levels, each separated by an open half-flight of stairs. Extension cords are in use in every room and are connected to, among other things, lamps, radios, mp3 players and a light weight vacuum cleaner. Hot tub chemicals must be kept in the laundry room, up out of a young child’s reach. I also recommend that guests with babies or young children move the remote control units for the TVs and Blu-Ray players from the coffee tables to surfaces out of a baby's reach. I expect other hazards exist that I haven't mentioned. In short, guests with babies or young children will almost certainly need to be more vigilant than they are at home in order to keep their baby or young child safe in my home.