Twenty One acres and a mule. Make that twenty one acres and a cute camp alongVermont's Route 100 Scenic Byway just south of the spectacular Moss Glen Falls and extensive Alder Brook frontage. Here's your perfect escape from the concrete jungle. Perched at the southern edge of the conserved Granville Gulf State Reservation, the stunning canyon corridor just north of the cabin is lined with mountain streams and opulent turquoise winter ice falls. Primitive to be sure but oh so convenient as no driveway needed. A car battery powers the led lights, the toilet runs into a primitive drywell, and your mountain water comes from the stream and waterfall just south of the cabin. The Alder Brook is more river than stream passing under Route 100 just south of the camp, runing south in and out of the 21.5 acre spaghetti lot which runs over a three quarters of a mile almost to Michael Egan's glass blowing gallery and studio. 20 minutes to Sugarbush, here's your primitive wood stove heated camp to run to, all for less than $90k and much less than a Tesla Model X. Bring your crampons, dreams, and fly fishing rods. Bring on Vermont.
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