A 1930’s rustic camp tuned up for the 21st century with a whimsical, yet sure-footed, sense of style. Redtop has been in the family since the early 20th century, and was built at the same time as the abutting Lakota Club, the private fishing club. The property is located off a quiet dirt road, surrounded by 59.4 acres of meadows and woodlands, with lovely far views of valleys and mountains. Summer living is centered on the wide covered porch, where breezes flow up the valley and make for relaxing reading, dozing and conversation. Winter is all about the huge stone fireplace in the living room and sledding on the long hill off the side of the house. Consistent with its camp character, the house is manageable in scale but sleeps a crowd, with two bedrooms on the ground floor and another 5 on the second floor, with 4 total baths. The current owner’s full-on renovation has drawn repeat vacation rentals, covering the annual operating costs while giving her plenty of time to enjoy the property as a second home. It is a hit with visitors because it is fun and hip while still very Vermont (furnishings are included). The acreage offers potential for a family compound or investment value.
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