20.88 acres in Windham County, Vermont
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20.88 acres in Windham County, Vermont

268 N Ryder Pond Road, Whitingham , Vermont 05361 - Windham County
$489,000 20.88 Acres
4 beds 4 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 4000 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6088080

Description

Unique opportunity to own a custom contemporary home with 20 acres and along Ryder Pond, a beautiful non motorized lake for kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, and more. This tastefully renovated 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home features elegant finishes throughout and jaw dropping exposure to the lake and mountain views, over the meticulous landscaping, stone walls, and perennial gardens. Outside, the home features dead end privacy, a large driveway, 2 car garage, a grassy lawn right down to the water, and a single hundred yard golf practice hole. Inside you are treated to custom finishes throughout including a spectacular chefs kitchen with large peninsula, dining room, vaulted great room with views, southern exposure, and stone fireplace, master bedroom suite with jacuzzi tub overlooking the views, reading loft, two guest bedrooms, a full finished family room with walkout access to the hot tub, lower level guest suite, and the list goes on. With true privacy and water access, this close to ski areas and the village of Wilmington, an opportunity like this won't last long.

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Route 100 South to North Ryder Pond. House and acreage at end.

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