This historic home, known locally as the Stevens Estate, was built by the US Ambassador to Siam (now Thailand) a little under a century ago. Congressmen Stevens had roots in the region & built this home in the area he knew so well. The gracious portico and columns clearly reflect his Washington DC influence. This grand, majestic Post and Beam estate is a gem of the area.The sparkle in your eye lights up as you turn into your driveway & are greeted by stately pillars. Turning through the open concept living/dining area, you head into the kitchen to grab a snack. Still not finding anyone, you meander upstairs to the master bedroom to change into something a little more comfy. You hear laughter coming from the 3rd floor & as you make your way up, you see your family enjoying a great game of pool & a couple others playing cards at the high-top table. This space is perfect for creating memories & generating laughter. Waiting for the games to end, you grab everyone for outdoor games before dinner as the warm summer air is finally here! With over 11 acres, there is plenty of room for croquet, badminton or baseball even with the playset and gardens. Some opt for a game and some opt to read a book in the Adirondack chairs you've set up. Taking in a deep breath of fresh mountain air, your heart is light & your stress is gone. You're lucky to have a home that makes you feel like you're on vacation every single day! Property is in Current Use Tax Status. Strong rental history available.
Nikki Barrett, Peabody and Smith Realty/Littleton.
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Listing information last updated on April 5th, 2020 at 4:21pm EDT.