Okemo VT

Featured Listing – 339 Fox Lane, Ludlow, VT 05149 (MLS # 4409774)

Below is one of my current real estate listings in Ludlow VermontOnly minutes to Okemo and Jackson Gore!

Price reduced by $20,900

 

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Irene Gaffigan - Southern VT Real Estate

If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying real estate in Southern Vermont, please give me a call at 802-353-1983, visit my website: isellvermontrealestate.com or email me at irene@isellvermontrealestate.com

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Irene Gaffigan
Broker, CRS, e-PRO
36 VT Route 30
Bondville, VT 05340
Direct: 802-353-1983
Toll Free: 800-659-1819
Fax: 802-779-0152

Featured Listing – 50 Clarendon Ave Ave, Unit 2, West Rutland, VT 05777 (MLS # 4466775)

Below is one of my current real estate listings in Rutland Vermont.
First time a unit has come on the market since 2006!

Charming 2 bedroom Victorian building restored in 2005 and converted into condo units! This convenient first floor condo is beautiful and well maintained. Gorgeous hardwood floors 12 foot ceilings with French glass doors. Custom draperies included. marble fireplace mantle. Huge closets. Bright and pleasant with a rear deck to large yard area good parking and lovely gardens. The building is very well maintained, and is a great place to live! Hurry, this will not last!

 

We're sorry, but we couldn't find MLS # 4466775 in our database. This property may be a new listing or possibly taken off the market. Please check back again.

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Irene Gaffigan - Southern VT Real Estate

If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying real estate in Southern Vermont, please give me a call at 802-353-1983, visit my website: isellvermontrealestate.com or email me at irene@isellvermontrealestate.com

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Irene Gaffigan
Broker, CRS, e-PRO
36 VT Route 30
Bondville, VT 05340
Direct: 802-353-1983
Toll Free: 800-659-1819
Fax: 802-779-0152

Okemo Valley Massage Therapist

If you are looking for one of the best Massage Therapist’s in the area, then look no further than my friend Denise Gebroe – she is local and knows how to relax those muscles alongside a great personality.

Massage Therapist/ Personal Trainer

I combine my knowledge of anatomy, physiology and kinesiology to custom create a workout program that will work for my clients in their lives

Massage Therapist

Denise Gebroe Massage

April 2008 – Present (5 years 3 months)

I provide my clients with body work that includes full range of motion in order to increase the mobility of the body to make daily activities way more enjoyable/attainable. I work out of a home studio that includes heated towels, hot stones, and a table that is both heated and padded for my clients comfort.

[email protected]

(973) 902 4955

Events in Southern Vermont – March 15th – 17th

There is much to do in Southern Vermont.  Below is a sample of the some of the events happening in Southern Vermont this weekend…

Friday, March 15, 2013

Projections: Reel-to-Real Conversation

Roko Belic’s compelling documentary Happy explores the emotion in different cultures and social classes worldwide. A discussion with local film buff John Bliss follows. Friday, March 15, 7PM at Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts in Chester. $10 suggested donation.

‘The Impossible’

Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor star in Juan Antonio Bayona’s gripping drama based on the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Friday, March 15, 7:30PM at Town Hall Theatre in Woodstock. $6-8.

Celtic Nights

All that glitters is green in this stirring production featuring Ireland’s top vocalists and most accomplished stepdancers. Friday, March 15, 8PM at Paramount Theatre in Rutland. $29.50-38.50.

‘Skin Deep’

Gary Thompson directs Marble Valley Players’ production of Jon Lonoff’s comedy about romantic connections that may or may not blossom into love. Friday, March 15, 7:30PM at West Rutland Town Hall in West Rutland. $15.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

‘The Impossible’

Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor star in Juan Antonio Bayona’s gripping drama based on the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Saturday, March 16, 7:30PM at Town Hall Theatre in Woodstock. $6-8.

Rutland Winter Farmers Market

More than 50 vendors sell local produce, cheese, homemade bread and other made-in-Vermont products at this indoor venue. Saturday, March 16, 10AM–2PM at Vermont Farmers Food Center in Rutland. Free.

‘Skin Deep’

Gary Thompson directs Marble Valley Players’ production of Jon Lonoff’s comedy about romantic connections that may or may not blossom into love. Saturday, March 16, 7:30PM at West Rutland Town Hall in West Rutland. $15.

Rutland Winter Farmers Market

More than 50 vendors sell local produce, cheese, homemade bread and other made-in-Vermont products at this indoor venue. Saturday, March 16, 10AM–2PM at Vermont Farmers Food Center in Rutland. Free.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

‘The Impossible’

Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor star in Juan Antonio Bayona’s gripping drama based on the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Sunday, March 17, 3PM at Town Hall Theatre in Woodstock. $6-8.

Youth Talent Showcase

Rip Jackson directs a variety show performed by singers and instrumentalists from the Grace Church children’s choir and Joyful Noise. Sunday, March 17, 6:30PM at Grace Congregational Church in Rutland. Donations.

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Irene Gaffigan - Southern VT Real Estate

If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying Southern Vermont Real Estate, please give me a call at 802-353-1983, visit my website: isellvermontrealestate.com or email me at irene@isellvermontrealestate.com

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Irene Gaffigan
Broker, CRS, e-PRO
36 VT Route 30
Bondville, VT 05340
Direct: 802-353-1983
Toll Free: 800-659-1819
Fax: 802-779-0152

Events listing source: SevenDaysVT

This from Jackson Gore at Okemo Valley!

Okemo Mountain Resort

Jackson Gore is Open! We’ll have 37 trails with 8 lifts spinning starting at 8 a.m. Don’t forget that you can get a $39 lift ticket at the clock tower ticket plaza or the Jackson Gore Archway if you donate 5 or more non perishable food items. The Rail Jam is also today– registration is in the clock tower base lodge with the event itself in the Jackson Gore base area.  Come to the Okemo area and Ski with us!

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If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying Real Estate in Southern Vermont, please give me a call at 802-353-1983, visit my website or email me at irene@isellvermontrealestate.com

Aubuchon helps the people in NY and NJ affected by Sandy.

The below is a Press release from Aubuchon Hardware to their Stores; I spoke to Tom in Ludlow store and he told me that money can also be contributed and receipts will be given.  So stop in and donate what you can!

MANY TOWNS IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY ARE WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK TO GET BACK ON THEIR FEET IN THE WAKE OF HURRICANE SANDY. THE DEVASTATION IS HISTORIC AND MANY FAMILIES ARE LEFT WITH NOTHING. AS YOUR HOME TOWN HARDWARE STORE WE WANT TO SHOW THOSE IMPACTED THAT OUR COMMUNITY CARES. AUBUCHON HARDWARE HAS PARTNERED WITH SPARKRELIEF. ORG TO PUT FAMILIES WHO WANT TO HELP IN TOUCH WITH FAMILIES MOST AFFECTED BY THIS DISASTER. SPARKRELIEF.ORG IS A NON-PROFIT COMPANY THAT IMPROVES DISASTER RELIEF WITH A SIMPLE SYSTEM FOR POSTING AND FINDING RELIEF INFORMATION. THEY PROVIDE A PIPELINE OF PEOPLE IN NEED TO FOLKS WHO WANT TO HELP. AUBUCHON HARDWARE HAS OFFERED THEIR ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE LOCATIONS AS DROP CENTERS FOR EMERGENCY RELIEF MATERIALS TO THOSE MOST IN NEED. PLEASE DONATE CANNED FOOD, GRANOLA BARS, FLASHLIGHTS, BATTERIES, AND GENTLY WORN WINTER COATS TO YOUR LOCAL AUBUCHON HARDWARE STORE, THESE ITEMS WILL BE PICKED UP AND DELIVERED TO THE TOWNS HIT THE HARDEST BY THIS STORM. LETS SHOW OUR FRIENDS IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY THAT OUR HOME TOWN CARES ABOUT THEIRS.

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Irene Gaffigan - Southern VT Real Estate

If you are considering listing your home for sale or buying Southern Vermont Real Estate, please give me a call at 802-353-1983 or email me at irene@isellvermontrealestate.com

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Irene Gaffigan
Broker, CRS, e-PRO
36 VT Route 30
Bondville, VT 05340
Direct: 802-353-1983
Toll Free: 800-659-1819
Fax: 802-779-0152
Web: www.isellvermontrealestate.com

Irene Joins the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber welcomed the following  new member in September:

 Irene Gaffigan C/O Bean Group

800 659-1819

Having been a Realtor® in NJ before coming to Vermont, Irene has over 20 years of experience bringing buyers and sellers together. Irene’s key to success begins with people skills and really listening to her clients and customers. Irene lives in the Okemo Valley area, but has gotten to know Southern and Central Vermont and happily services buyers and sellers in these areas, having experience with all types of properties.

Unique, One-of-A-Kind Hawk Mountain Resort Condo For Sale!

22000 sq ft Ledges unit! Beautifully decorated, set over 2 levels with spectacular views, large sauna, large wet bar and 2 large field stone fireplaces that set this apart from other Ledges units! The unit has two living areas and offers an ideal location at the end of the road at the highest elevation!
 
Main Level: Large deck. Tiled mudroom inside front door leads to elegant entrance hall, half tiled bath. Bright spacious living room with magnificent field stone fireplace and sliders to deck. Open fully applianced kitchen with newer Bosch dishwasher adjoins dining room. Master bedroom and bath with large, round whirlpool tub and hand painted mural, separate shower and double sink vanity. Honey hardwood floors throughout. Double-door owner’s pantry closet. Deck, off living room, offers beautiful views of the valley and colorful fall foliage!

Lower Level: Comfortable den with queen sleep sofa, additional fieldstone fireplace and large tiled wet bar with refrigerator for entertaining friends and family. Library area with separate seating. Spacious bedroom with king bed, full bath and large sauna. Separate laundry/storage area featuring new Maytag washer with 5-yr warranty. Owner’s closet as well.

The unit is beautifully furnished and includes several televisions, DVD players and a fully equipped kitchen including dishware, cookware, coffee maker, toaster and utensils.  Two living areas make this unit ideal for two couples to each enjoy private space or for children to enjoy a separate play area!  Ready for immediate move-in! Priced to sell at $199,900.00

This month’s featured town – Ludlow, VT

Main Street, Ludlow Vermont

When I decided to write about the town of Ludlow this month I envisioned a completely different blog from the one I am writing.

 I would have told you about the 250th celebration of Ludlow’s charter and posted a picture of the new flag designed to represent the occasion.  I might have mentioned the two kinds of coffee from the Vermont Coffee Company in Middlebury that Java Baba’s sells.  I could have told you that the Ludlow Shipping and Copy Center has relocated to 100 North next to Bella Luna and introduced you to Pam Timmerman.  I might have mentioned that the Coleman Brook Tavern is one of four Vermont Restaurants to receive the Wine Spectator Best of Award Excellence in 2011.

I could have given you the basic information about Ludlow.  It is a town in Windsor County, Vermont with a population of 2,449 in the 2000 census.  The village was well developed before anyone thought of skiing on Ludlow Mountain.  Now Ludlow is proud to be the home of Okemo Mountain, a very popular skiing area.

Ludlow is a town of natural and historic wonders, self – reliant and community – spirited people and shops and galleries that feature local favorites.  On Sunday August 28th, Ludlow was hit very hard by Tropical Storm Irene.  The Black River could not hold the steady and constant rain over a 24 hour period and overflowed its banks quickly and devastatingly in many parts of town.  You’ve seen the devastation to homes, businesses and our roads on television in the newspaper and on the internet. 

What you don’t see is the community spirit, the banding together and the progress that has been made so quickly!  Neighbors checked on neighbors and assisted when needed.  Second – homeowners called upon locals to check on their property – by car or on foot.  DJ’s opened their restaurant on Monday night offering a free buffet for anyone who needed food.  Knight Tubs was open for business on Wednesday even though their parking lot was destroyed and their basement flooded.  Shaw’s supermarket opened just one week after they were flooded – in a temporary tent set up in the parking lot. The Ludlow Health Center made the Dental Center its temporary home.   There are many businesses that didn’t flood and remained open.  The Local Ski Shops traditionally open on Labor Day weekend and so they did – business as usual in Ludlow!

These resilient and spirited people of Vermont are moving quickly to get their businesses open to be able to serve the community and return the town of Ludlow to the vibrant little village it is.  Kudos to everyone for working hard and fast, finding creative and temporary solutions and keeping the Vermont spirit alive!  Come visit!

Until next time, Irene

 

Ps:  and I’m NOT taking the name of this tropical storm personally!

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