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Listed by Mary Palmer and Diane Armstrong of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
Take a step back in time...this beautifully situated, year round home in Isle La Motte, is also a historic home, believed to be built in the late 1700's-early 1800's by one of the very first settlers in Isle La Motte named Jesse Holcolmb. A very quaint "casa" was added in the 40's that sits right over the Lake. A quiet place to read, sleep or enjoy a lemonade while listening to the water hit the shore. An addition to the original house was added in the 50's. . A magnificent back yard is filled with huge mature trees, neatly kept around well established gardens. Truly a magical spot to watch natures' daily happenings. The property has a beautifully buffered wooded area that allows privacy. While walking through this well maintained home, you can feel the history and imagine the stories that could be told of many summers of family gatherings. A long screened porch lines the front of the house facing towards the Lake. There are 4 bedrooms but also many other sleeping areas for a large crowd. The present owners of the past 30 years are ready for the next family to begin their memories. If you want a private getaway on the Lake with so much to offer then this is worth a look!

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