Every long-time ski or snowboarder has the same problem: we don't want to get rid of old gear. This leads to tubs full of retired ski pants and jackets (they'll be vintage someday!) and walls loaded with skis that are too skinny, too rusty, or just plain broke. The owners of this 4 bedroom, 6 bath home asking $2,990,000 in Killington have solved your problem. From the outside it looks like your average 6,000 square-foot, ski-in/ski-out Vermont chalet, but inside, well, it's ski furniture overload. You've got bar chairs made of old skis, benches made from old ski boots and a snowboard (that's actually fairly creative), and two old red gondolas, one hanging in your living room and one hanging outside. And lest you forget that this place is all about the skiing, there's also a huge ski locker room (with boot warmers!), a retired chairlift outside, and a "personal rail park." Per the listing: "This property is a MUST SEE for the discriminating skiing and riding family." Only catch? You can't own it until the ski season is over in April.
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