If you're looking for a property that embraces what we love about the Vermont lifestyle, this one checks all the boxes! Drive up the apple tree lined driveway to this elegant and comfortable cape that sits on 66.1 acres (an additional 107 acres is avavailable for purchase) with lovely mountain views. The original house was built in 1982 with a later addition that was designed by Black River Design Architects, you will appreciate the flow and aesthetics of the home it is today. The house features a two stage mudroom, kitchen with custom cherry cabinets and breakfast bar. Dining area and great room with fieldstone fireplace with a wood stove insert, old hand hewn beams, and Vermont red birch flooring. The primary bedroom suite is on the first floor and features double walk-in closets and private bath with air-jet soaking tub and separate shower. The main level also offers a living room, 3/4 bath, and lovely screen porch. The second level has a family room, full bath, and 3 bedrooms including one with built-in beds. The partially finished lower level has the laundry room and exercise room. A detached 2 car garage has finished space above it with home office, 3/4 bath, and a guest bedroom. The property has southern exposure, apple, cherry, plum, and pear trees, lovely landscaping and stonewalls surround the yard. The vintage horse barn was taken down and rebuilt on the property - is charming and functional. Pasture and wooded land with recreational trails, truly a spectacular Vermont property.
Katy Rossell was raised in the small town of Cabot and moved to nearby Lyndonville. She comes from a background as a Realtor® starting in 2018 and has been in the industry as a rental property owner and rental manager since 2015. She brings many skills to bear when working with her real estate clients including compassion, effective and quick communication, and the ability to problem solve.
Katy Rossell attended the University of Vermont and earned a social work degree with a minor in sociology. She later attained her Masters Degree in Education from Northern Vermont University; Johnson. Her skills in social work and education give her a unique insight into how to serve people.
Katy Rossell entered the Real Estate world while following her own passion for buying, owning, and renting multi family buildings. She enjoys meeting new people and helping them accomplish their own real estate related goals which include homeownership, the sale of a family home, sale of a business, and of course rental property endeavors.
Katy Rossell is a proud mother of two spunky, energetic daughter's and enjoys telling the story of her oldest daughter's birth where she and her significant other delivered their daughter prior to the midwife arriving. Katy spends her free time gardening, foraging for mushrooms, and listening to books via audio.
Timothy Scott is a life-long resident of the Northeast Kingdom and a third-generation real estate professional. He has a deep love for Vermont, from the peak of Burke Mountain to the quaint New England towns of Peacham and Barnet.
As a real estate agent since 2001, Tim truly understands the local market of Caledonia County and can vouch for its historically low interest rates and dramatically improving trends. Tim is also a graduate from St. Johnsbury Academy and has extensive experience connecting families to the highly regarded institution.
Understanding modern technology is an important part of marketing real estate, and it's also an integral part of Tim's approach to educating his clients. Using current marketing trajectories with up-to-date research, Tim is excited to help you navigate the complex process of buying or selling your home.
"I am committed to the Northeast Kingdom and love to help people make this special place their home," he says "and it's where my wife and I have chosen to raise our children."
As an outdoor enthusiast, Timothy spends his free time mountain biking and skiing at Burke Mountain.