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Price Change! Reduced by $751,000 down 38% on June 28th 2024
984 Ft. of Waterfront on River Ottauquechee River
Number of Units 3   Total Sq. Ft. 7769  |  Acres: 5.5
Listed on Monday Jan 22, 2024
Description: Live the Vermont Dream in Woodstock, VT! Experience the charm of Woodstock with its quaint Main Street and enjoy the proximity to Killington Resort, just a short drive away. This exceptional property offers a unique blend of natural beauty and year-round recreational opportunities, perfect for creating lasting memories. Whether you're looking for a family compound or a multi-family investment opportunity, this property offers versatility like no other providing privacy while fostering a sense of togetherness. An ideal setting for gatherings and celebrations of all sizes. The property includes a commercial kitchen, several dining rooms, a tavern, and six ensuite guest rooms. The residence is perfect for a more intimate gathering with an open concept main level and 3 ensuite bedrooms while the motorcoach can be used to generate income and offers a special glamping experience with stunning mountain and water views of its own. See Listing Details & 40 images. Includes a Virtual Tour

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