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Rental on a Perm Site in Vermont

Ben Falk

Joined: Feb 02, 2011
Posts: 55
Location: Mad River Valley, VT
Hi folks - pls. spread the word if you know of any folks - this is an opp. to live on a significant perm site.  ( )
FARM-ROOMS-HOUSE for rent [)b]
Mad River Valley-Middlesex-Montpelier Area of [b]Vermont

1-3 bedrooms (or whole house) in the Mad River Valley, adjacent to Moretown Village. 
Ideal for active, outdoorsy young people, couple or small family that want to garden, swim, be in/near the Mad River Valley and Montpelier. 
-House on a 10 acre small farm homestead with numerous vegetable gardens spaces
-Full woodshop (800 SF with most equipment, heated, 240V) and barn space, field, animals on site (sheep), space for more animals, pets possible
-3 floors, 2 bathrooms, separate sauna bath
-Ponds for swimming, dozens of fruit trees, berries
-Beautiful views, southwest and western aspect with lots of light and sunsets
-Directly between Montpelier and the Mad River Valley
Lease for 3-12 months (possibly more):
Property is a 10 minute walk from Moretown Village, drivetime 15-20 min to Montpelier, 15 min from Waterbury, 40 min to Burl, 15 to Mad River Glen and Sugarbush.
Available now.
Contact Ben at 802-343-9490 if interested.

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Matthew Fallon

Joined: Jan 07, 2010
Posts: 307
Location: long island, ny Z-7a
i visited the site in 2009 with the NE permaculture convergence tour-group. we had a great time , a Beautiful place'

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