Breadloaf Mountain Cottage - Epic Views of National Forest

  • 6 Ospiti
  • 3 Camere da letto
  • 3 Letti
  • 2 Bagni
Punti forti della casa

Posto auto

Animali benvenuti

Banda larga wireless Internet



Piscina e spa

Non riscaldata Piscina Esterna

Parcheggio e servizi

Parcheggio, Parcheggio disponibile . Privato Giardino


Domestica facoltativa . Servizio lavanderia inclusa

Norme della casa

Carte di credito accettate, Accessibile 24/7, Bambini benvenuti, Animali ammessi solo dopo un accordo . Fumo non permesso

Cucina e sala da pranzo

BBQ griglia a carbone, Seggiolone, Macchinetta del caffé, Utensili da cucina, Lavastoviglie, Grill, Fornello, Microonde, Forno, Frigorifero, Spezie, Tostapane . Scopa elettrica

Bagno e lavanderia

Bagno e lavanderia, Biancheria, Asciugacapelli, Essiccatore, Essenziali, Ferro e asse da stiro, Doccia, Set asciugamani, Lavello . Lavatrice

Riscaldamento e raffreddamento

Camino . Riscaldamento del pavimento

Internet ed ufficio

Banda larga wireless Internet . Telefono

Sicurezza della casa

Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio, Estintore, Kit di primo soccorso . Rilevatore di fumo

Regole della casa

  • Domestica facoltativa

  • Carte di credito accettate

  • Bambini benvenuti

  • Animali ammessi solo dopo un accordo

  • Fumo non permesso

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 10:00 AM


1046 W Hill Ext Granville, VT, Granville, Stati Uniti


Politica e Note


settembre 2023


Riguardo al proprietario


I have been visiting Vermont for a long time. I was introduced to Vermont on a road trip with my parents while I was in my teens. Vermont seemed magical compared to the Ozark region of southern Missouri, where I grew up. I had never seen mountains, let alone ski slopes and the sparkly winters of storybooks. I had never experienced historic architecture, and I knew little of the East Coast or the role it had played in the founding of our nation. I fell in love with New England then, not knowing I would someday be back and call it my home.

I moved to Boston when I was about 20, I think. I absorbed the city for about 4 years and then followed my wanderlust to Europe for a spell, working for a bicycle tour company. I got homesick and came back to Boston knowing I needed to "get on with it", although I hadn't a clue what that meant. I worked for a summer on the commuter ferries in Boston Harbor and studied for my real estate exam. I passed my test, and created, The Boston Home Team and a 20+ year career in real estate.

As a young adult, I spent my summers camping along Vermont's rivers and climbing its mountains. I dreamed of owning my own home here someday. Now I do. A new adventure has begun.


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