$1,600,000

Details for 1538 Robinson Springs Road, Stowe, VT

Updated

This property was designed with resort features so you always feel like you are on vacation! With views of the Mt Mansfield ski trails and a home in Robinson Springs - one of Stowes finest neighborhoods providing easy access to the ski resort and Stowe Village, along with hiking trails connecting to the Catamount/Sterling Valley networks, community tennis courts and a community swimming pond, youll never want to leave. In the summer enjoy the in-ground swimming pool set amongst the beautiful perennial gardens, along with all the other fun amenities - enjoy a hot sauna after a day on the slopes or relax with a movie in the home theater. On the main floor enjoy radiant heat, a wood burning fireplace, the nicely sized kitchen with a large granite island that accommodates five. The open floor plan allows for mountain views in every room on the first floor...including the master suite. The living rooms cathedral ceiling and stone fireplace are the focus of this room as you take in the mountain view framed by the large windows. Upstairs youll find three additional bedrooms, one en-suite, the other two share a bath, and a large bonus room over the garage. The lower level is where the fun begins with a game room and bar, a sauna, a theater and an additional room with a 3/4 ensuite bath for whatever you want - exercise room perhaps? This beautifully remodeled home provides todays buyer with many choices.

  • Bathrooms
    6
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Lot Size
    3.77 Acres
  • Mls Id
    4846413
  • Price
    $1,600,000

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