This wonderful 21.4+/- acre lot, located on a town maintained gravel road, is ready for you to decide how best to use it. Looking for a place to put a hunting camp, build a home in the clearing next to the road, or perhaps just pitch a tent and enjoy nature? A small stream crosses the property on the road end so you know there's opportunity for wildlife here. Or, set up a chair and let the trickling of the water soothe away the stress of the day. A perfect opportunity for someone looking to have a piece of land to call their own and start dreaming of what they want to do with it!
Listed by Anita Lamotte of Choice Real Estate & Property Management
Chainsaw sales, service and logging supply. Loads of inventory with many hard to find and sought after used parts. New inventory includes everything needed to work in the woods. Successfully in business for over 15 years it's now time for someone new to carry on the steady growth found in this well established name. Highly reputable and well anchored online presence with people coming from near and far for the sales and service offered. The sale is of the business name, inventory, customer base...everything but the real estate. The seller is willing to stay on to help a new owner for a negotiable time period. Financial figures support list price, documents available to serious inquiries only with a signed Non-Disclosure agreement.
Listed by Nikki Peters of StoneCrest Properties, LLC
Stannard Mountain Forest is a premiere recreational forest with extensive privacy, long range views and adjacent state land, as well as abundant wildlife and large game, providing opportunities for hunting and exploring from an off-grid cabin in the property's center. The property is accessed off of a quiet town road with a private, gated road into the center of the forest. Positioned on the northern slopes of Stannard Mountain, the property has gently sloping terrain with long-range views of many local landmarks including Caspian Lake, Flagg Pond, Jay Peak and Mount Mansfield. The large acreage provides extensive privacy and recreation. The highlight of the forest is the easily accessible, but remote, cabin site. Here, the views can be enjoyed from the porch of the new, off-grid cabin. Inside are two rooms; a garage sits adjacent. This location offers pure solitude free from noise pollution. Steam Mill Brook Wildlife Management Area is 10,000 acres and borders the property for 1.4 miles on two sides. This vast, undeveloped acreage supports active large mammal populations including black bear, moose, coyote and white-tailed deer. In the northern portion of the land, spruce and fir are common, along with maple, ash, birch, and aspen. The balance of the forest resource is dominated by hardwood species, such as sugar maple, beech, birch and red maple. Timber harvesting occurred last in 2007; no commercial forestry activity is necessary over the next 15 years.
Federal 30-year interest rate: 4.75% last updated on 2018-12-06
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