1.05 acres in Orleans County, Vermont
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Daniel Maclure
Century 21 Farm Forest Realty Inc.
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1.05 acres in Orleans County, Vermont

503 Sugar Bush Road, Morgan , Vermont 05853 - Orleans County
$279,000 1.05 Acres
3 beds 1 Bathroom 1138 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 5501826

Description

If you are looking for peace & quiet along with the beauty of a lakefront sunrise, then look no further than this 3-bedroom, 1-bath home. Fully maintenance-free, it sits on 1.05 acres with 100' of Seymour Lake frontage. Open living area with three Andersen sliding doors that open to a 10x24 open air deck and to 10x12 screened-in porch that is off the eat-in kitchen. Two bedrooms and full bath on first floor, and one bedroom in the partially finished, full walk-out basement. Property also has a 24x28 detached 2-car garage with 11' overhang. Garage has a metal roof, 16' overhead door with opener, and separate passage door. The current owners built this home in 1988 of 2x6 construction, fully insulated. There is an electric wall heating unit in living room. State-of-the-art Presby Septic System. Very clean home.

Directions

Main St, Derby to Route 111E for 6.7-mi, at Morgan Country Store turn rt onto Morgan-Charleston Rd, go 1.6-mi then left on Wayeeses Dr for 0.8-mi, left on Wayeeses Shore Rd to first right on Sugar Bush Rd. Go to #503 on left.

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Daniel Maclure
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