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Listed by Sarah Peluso of IPJ Real Estate
Designed by well known architect Turner Brooks, this contemporary post and beam home fits nicely into the Vermont landscape. With a wrap around porch to enjoy the mountain views, sitting on a rise above a country road. Inside you will find an open floor plan with eat in kitchen- including walk in pantry- and large living room with wood floors. The screen porch is a place you will spend many summer evenings! The living room ceiling is open to the second floor- a circular library with cathedral ceiling. With three bedrooms and two baths, plus office- there is space for everything you need! The barn has potential as studio space, workshop or for additional storage. Close to Brandon and Middlebury- with shops, restaurants, farmers markets and events. Also close to several lakes for summertime fun! Come check out this Vermont contemporary and make it your home!

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