One of the best investments on the market today. Chester Forest consists of 1,807.49 acres of a well-stocked and managed forest with over $2.67 million of standing timber, dominated by Sugar Maple. On the property is an easily accessible 650 square foot log home built in 1991 from logs harvested from the land and set in an apple orchard field with tremendous views to the southwest.
Sprawling contiguous acreage with both open and wooded acreage. Majority currently being used as agricultural fields. Conveniently located and easy access. Great development opportunity.
Organic Commercial Maple Sugaring Operation on 562 acres. State-of-the-art building into which run 42,000 taps. This sugarhouse was built in 2010 with all new equipment. Items include 6x16 oil-fired arch, 39K gallons of storage, 7 vacuum pumps and Reverse Osmosis system in place. Acreage is in Albany and Irasburg. This property is enrolled in Vermont Current Use and being sold as such.
Some of the most spectacular views from the ridge above The Peaks and Timber Creek, are a part of this 73 acre parcel. This unique shovel ready for a 72 unit development sitting high above Route 100 across from the slopes at Mt Snow. Permitted for 24 buildings with 43 acres of green space and wild life area, the development design is completed and wells drilled. Owner tells me the road plan is ready and the sewer reservation is in place and paid. Consideration has been given to amending the permit for estate size single family home parcels in a very private gated community setting. Currently the development design is complete with State & Local permits in place. This opportunity is the only major un-built development land in the Mt Snow area. Current owners purchased in 1967 and are ready to sell.
The property is accessed by Herring Brook Road, a gravel road that creates 2.7 miles of property frontage. The land’s frontage is on an unmaintained portion of the road, 0.4 miles from the town-maintained section of the road, where electric power is available. The northernmost property area offers a 0.7-mile seasonal internal road (culverts pulled) into the center of this operating unit. Topography is varied, however the majority of slopes are gentle to moderate. Areas of steep slopes can be found on terrain leading up to hill tops and along streams. Many of the areas adjacent to Herring Brook and Lynch Hill Roads are level, former cropland that was planted to softwood species in the 1950s. Elevations peak at 2000’ atop Chase Mountain, and are at their lowest point at 1,000’ where Herring Brook flows off the forest. Well-drained, upland soils predominate. This timberland investment has been carefully managed for 30 years, with third-party FSC certification covering the last 10 years, yielding one of the finest timber resource tracts in the region. The asset appreciation management regime has focused growth on chosen species, favoring the highest stem quality, and producing a crop that is at or nearing maturity. The standing timber has a current value of $2,560,000.
Rare opportunity to own a large versatile parcel of land halfway between Stowe and Morrisville. Some of the land is airport commercial, some is residential. With the by-pass and the recent activities of potential companies expanding into Morrisville and the airport this property has many different uses. Possibilities for this land are: solar farm, campground, small affordable lots or houses, farming, truck farm, farm stand.
Located at the top of Stowe's premier neighborhood and offering panoramic views of both the Green and White Mountain ranges that will never disappoint! Sitting on just under 17 acres, previously permitted for an 8 - bedroom home with existing leach field currently in place and power on site. This is the highest buildable, elevated lot, currently available both in the neighborhood and in all of Stowe respectively. This legacy lot truly showcases exquisite views from every perspective and will allow you to be King/Queen of the hill. Providing direct access to trails for cross country skiing, hiking, biking and access to all of Stowe's world class amenities right outside your doorstep. Let the natural beauty of the landscape inspire your design and personal getaway.
Beautiful 74.44 acre parcel with long range views ideal for family compound at a PUD/subdivision. Significant amount of the land is a deer yard so careful planning will be required
Truly unique property includes 12 separate parcels with 2 homes, a shop & horse barn, large pond, streams, brooks, gorgeous hayfields, woods, pastureland and miles of interior roads. This unspoiled 1639-acre slice of Vermont can be yours as owner of Mount Bess Farm. It is the perfect place to escape and enjoy nature, wildlife, mountain views, and star-studded skies. The house overlooks a 1.5-acre spring-fed pond and has had many recent upgrades: granite countertops; bath with claw-foot tub, separate shower, and sauna; modern paint colors that add personality. Friends or hired-hands can utilize the guest house located a half-mile from the main house. The shop includes 40x40 heated space with compressor and electric hoist, heated office, storage, 3/4-bath, and 40x40 cold storage area prefect for tractors, RVs, boats and more. The 56x82 horse barn includes 12 stalls (each with rubber mats), as well as 20x20 office or tack room with 3/4-bath. This property has about 2-miles of road frontage - 1 mile on Hudson Rd, frontage on both sides of Mount Bess Road (town maintained), and frontage on Rte 5A. The land is comprised of 350± acres of crop and pasture land with the remainder being wooded. Enjoy nature walks, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, ATVing, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and so much more without leaving the property. See also #4675602 (Res w/ 732A) and #4678063 (Res w/ 1639A). Broker Owned.
The tip of Shelburne Point is one of the most private and special areas on the lake. The approximately 100 acres was divided into 7 lots of 10 to 18 acres each several years ago. This lot, the last remaining, has 14.2± acres and 835± feet of Lake Champlain waterfront frontage. The house site sits overlooking a large pond as well as providing major views of Mount Mansfield and Camels Hump to the east. Shelburne Bay provides a marvelous protected dock and mooring area as well as excellent swimming. The house site provides ample southern and western exposure overlooking the pond and meadows as well as wonderful privacy amidst the mature hardwoods. The property includes town water, septic, and all other utilities already in place. There are walking trails, a separate private beach, and paved roadways. Certain protective covenants apply.