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Description: Built in 1960, this was the original house of Magic Mountain’s founder, Hans Thorner. He picked, arguably, the best lot on Magic Circle for his own house, after which about eighty more dwellings were built. The house is a "reverse chalet" (meaning, the kitchen and dining room are upstairs and bedrooms are downstairs) on 3/4 of an acre, with views of Glebe Mountain to the south. Nice decks surround the house. A large backyard provides space for outdoor games and boasts a picturesque fire pit with fantastic views of the mountains. The front yard is home to five raised garden beds, as well as asparagus, raspberries, blueberries, thimbleberries, apple trees, and a perennial flower garden. The home is adorned with numerous upgrades highlighted by cherry and bamboo flooring, soapstone kitchen counter and a full downstairs remodel, including sound barrier insulation between bedrooms and egress windows. Basement has a ski-maintenance bench and private office space. This home is bright and airy, and definitely worth a look.

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