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"TWIN PONDS" - The land component of Twin Ponds is a private and pastoral setting on 52.2 acres with two ponds, open high meadows with lovely views of distant hills, two streams with waterfalls that course through the property (and by the main house and guest house) and a new post-and-beam barn with horse stalls, chicken coop and room for tractors and other motorized toys. The main residence has a post & beam great room with 25-foot stone fireplace and views, beautiful eat-in gourmet kitchen, large master bedroom suite, large downstairs game/rec/office space and bedrooms to sleep 15+. The “Gristmill” guest house is nearby complete with open living/dining/kitchen, full bath and bedroom - and has a separate water source from a gushing Vermont spring. The land is in Vermont Current Use conservation program, comprised of woodlands, open meadows, stone walls, apple trees, wildlife pond and separate swimming pond. Appalachian trail is nearby. First rate mechanicals include full back-up generator, six bedroom septic, full security system and more. This property has a Woodstock postal address and phone number and is 9 minutes to the town green in Woodstock Village, but is a legal parcel of the town of Barnard. Easy access to ski resorts and Hanover/Dartmouth.

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Listed by John Snyder and Andrew Holson of Snyder Donegan Real Estate Group
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