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Listed by Philip Gerbode of Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman/St. Al
Wonderful 3 bedroom, 3 bath Lakefront Colonial with a large covered porch where you can enjoy the stunning lake sunsets. Unique opportunity to own your own spot on Lake Champlain and have 10 acres to play on. Acres of land for animals, snowshoes, snowmobiling, biking, 4 wheeling, gardening, or whatever your pleasure. Choice lakeshore with a Lovely year round home and 179` of beachfront on Lake Champlain; Great boating, sailing, jet skiing, fishing and bird hunting with amazing sunrises & sunsets. Relax on the beach and enjoy the mountain views of the Adirondack Mountains. Also, a nice barn with lean to equipment space. This 3 bedroom meticulous built home features a large master bedroom suite with private soaking tub and shower, spacious modern kitchen and dining rooms with sunrise views and living room with large windows and beautiful sunset views over the lake. A large farmer's porch to relax with friends and family. Lots of meadows & wild life in your back yard off of the large back deck. Only an hour and an hour & 15 min. to 2 international Airports. This home and land is a great opportunity at a great price!

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