Somewhere over the rainbow on Prickly Mountain sits the iconic representation of Vermont's Design/Build Movement of the 1960's and 1970's. Envisioned and constructed by David Sellers and William Reineke, the geometric marvel that is the Pyramid House, has been referred to by Daniel Sagan of Norwich University's School of Architecture and Art as, "One of the best houses in Vermont if not New England." The coffee brown and weathered gray-scale clapboard accent the exterior, and the multi-tiered balconies and decks offer some of the finest Mad River Valley views. The interior boasts a paradise of angles and remains playful, bright, and functional with tasteful contemporary furnishings, vibrant colors, carefully chosen wood and tile flooring, wonderful soapstone countertops in the kitchen, and a sauna. Views from the inside of the house to the surroundings are magnificent whether you are relaxing in the living room, washing up at the kitchen sink, or walking up the stairs looking through perfectly placed and aesthetically attractive circles that draw one's eye to the complete beauty of the space. As members the Potato Road Association, Prickly Mountain residents are allowed private access to the spring-fed Prickly Pond for hours of family enjoyment. The current owners have made numerous upgrades through the years and are selling the 2.6 acre house site and 0.69 acre lot across the street. The Pyramid House is a rare opportunity. See it and you will want to stay forever.
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