|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Lakefront home, ancestral farmhouse 1880, with many updates but without harming original woodwork, doors, etc. Bright and airy rooms with 9 feet ceilings, archway, walk-in pantry. Lake views from almost every room. 2 bedrooms upstairs with queen and double beds, 1 bedroom downstairs with queen bed , full bathrooms on each floors, approximately 1,900 square feet of living space. Large kitchen with island. Newer sunroom with walls of windows, mainly used as a family room. Screened porch and storage barn. 1.33 acres of private and intimite land secluded from neighboors. Gorgeous perennial beds, mature trees and 235 feet of westerly lakefront, pebble beach and sandy bottom.
Central heat, fireplace stove, some hardwood flooring, laundry area, WiFi. 60 feet dock, mooring buoy for your boat, swimming platform, pedal boat and canoe. A public boat launch is located within 1500 ft. Golf municipal, Alburgh Dunes Park 10 minutes away.
We really enjoyed our week long summer vacation at this lake house. The house is charming and has great views of Lake Champlain and is steps away from the water. We especially enjoyed the paddle boat and canoe that comes with the property. The sun room looking out over the lake was a great place to enjoy morning coffee (they have an awesome espresso machine!) and before retiring in the evenings. The property is very close to Canada so it was fun to go over the border to get cheese at a close by cheese shop as well as see Montreal! Rouse's Point in NY is close by to and we found ourselves exploring that town and places to eat there as well. Some things we did that were close by to the property included the Ausable Chasm, Burlington, renting a boat at Apple Island Marina in Hero, and the alpine slides at Bromley.
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£242|