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An End Unit Floor Plan

Bear Path Inner Unit





An Inner Unit Floor Plan






Bear Path’s 3-story town homes are intelligently designed and constructed to maximize family comfort, convenience and satisfaction. Providing some of the best values in ski country, they are quality-built, energy-efficient homes (earning Vermont’s Energy Star rating) that are the architectural complements of their spectacular mountain location.


  • Open floor plan with expansive windows offering beautiful northern views
  • Dramatic cathedral and vaulted ceilings
  • Ceramic tile floors: kitchen, entrances, bathrooms
  • Bamboo or Hardwood floors: living room, dining area and hallway
  • Quality carpets: bedrooms, lower-level family room
  • Washer/dryer hookups




  • Open kitchen, breakfast bar and adjacent dining area offer northern views
  • Granite countertops, under/mount stainless steel sink
  • Energy Star kitchen appliance package
  • Custom made cabinets with deluxe options



  • Large decks with northern views
  • Cultured stone accents on building and chimneys
  • Hot/tub/ready patio
  • Exterior lockable ski closet

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Master Bedroom Suite

  • Private balcony with northern views (end units)
  • Separate seating area with gas fireplace
  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Walk-in closet with skylight
  • Laundry area
The interior of a master suite.

The interior of a master suite.


Master Bathroom

  • Jacuzzi soaking tub
  • Custom oversized tiled shower
  •  Sink vanity with granite top
  • Separate dressing table vanity area


The master bathroom.

The master bathroom.


  • Surpasses Vermont’s 5-Star Plus Energy Efficiency rating; with a HERS index rating averaging 37-42
  • Windows with low-E insulated glass, Ultrex exterior cladding and solid wood interiors
  • Exterior foundation walls have 2″ of solid rigid insulation down to the footings with another 2″ of rigid on
  • the interior of the walls from the slab to the top of the concrete
  • The slab features radiant heat and has 3″ of rigid under it.  Also slab has a 1″ rigid break from the frost wall
  • 2×6 wall construction with blown in cellulose insulation combined with 2″ of rigid insulation on exterior for a total wall R value of 34
  • Attic features 1  1/2 ” of spray foam with 16″ of cellulose, giving a air tight R value of 68
  • State-of-the-art energy efficient air exchange system