While one may not be able to move a mountain, one surely can shape what happens on a mountain. This home's existence and history surely embody the dream of idealized New England lifestyle. This house was the annex to famous Bromley House in the heart of Peru- hence why one will see numbers on all the bedroom doors. It was also once an authentic Vermont general store at one point throughout its vibrant life before becoming a home that has created many memories of relaxing in front of the fire after a hard day of skiing or cross country skiing right out the door across Lyon's Pond, heading out for summer hiking along the Long Trail and camping at Griffith Lake, cookouts right down the road at Hapgood Pond and hosting a couple dozen guests throughout the holiday seasons. Between the 5 bedrooms, additional sleeping space in the seasonal attic and the expansive post and beam living room you have plenty of space to sleep and gathering. The master suite on the main level has a freshly updated bathroom with radiant flooring. The 23' x 15' mudroom/game room called "The Studio" was once where an artist previously displayed his paintings now lends itself to hosting hours of fun and games. Ample storage in the two car garage and two spacious attics for all your four season activities equipment and belongings. It's hard to imagine a home more idyllic that lets you veer down back roads in the name of adventure all the while just being steps away from downtown Peru and the Hapgood store.