Killington, Vermont- If you’re looking for slopeside access at Killington Resort, it is hard to compete with the beauty of 152 Mountainside Lane.

The four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom property is situated just above the Highridge trail, meaning you can ski back to your home. Built back in 1998, the property was designed by architect David Sellers, who created only one of two homes featuring his signature treehouse design.

The home features many impressive amenities. These include a chef’s kitchen with modern appliances, fireplaces that feature stone from when they originally blasted the plot of land, a library, a Japanese bathroom, a wine cellar, a pool table room, a sauna building, and a hot tub.

I tend to roll my eyes at many exorbitantly priced mansions for sale in ski towns, but this home has many great features. Some of my personal favorite features include the three-story stone fireplace, the tree pillars, the stone hot tub, and the redwood siding.

With a base village in the works at Killington Resort, the value of this property will grow in the coming decades, making this a great investment.

You can view the listing here. Additional photos of the property are below.

Treehouse Stats

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 5.5

Square Footage: 6,260

Acres: 1.31

Price: $2,800,000

The marquee attraction imo.

Image Credits: Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, Killington Resort

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