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Classic Vermont post and beam farmhouse on 2+/- open acres with barn. Property is being sold “As-Is”. Wastewater permit states it is a 3-bedroom residence with existing but unknown septic system and shallow well. There is a replacement septic field identified in the plan as required by a previous subdivision. There is n...

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An outdoorsman’s paradise & recreational oasis awaits on this 84 +/- acre parcel, located in the quaint VT town of Orange! Imagine the perfect place for a home combined with the acreage for unimaginable hunting & recreational living just steps from your door. With a primitive camp already on-site, a river flowing along th...

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Introduction Tug Ridge Forest is a land for sale opportunity for anyone looking for a private forested retreat close to other recreation and to shopping, restaurants and cultural events. The 124 acres of ridgetop forest will provide big views to the east and south once some trees are cleared. A cabin can be perched on the ...

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Introduction The property supports year-'round home development and outstanding recreational amenities; · Proximity to the 125-acre Cole's Pond (a few minutes' walk away); · Ready-to-build potential home site with existing power and driveway; · Direct access to the 10,826-acre Steam Mill Brook Wildlife Manageme...

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Introduction The forest is ideally suited to the development of a year-'round home site, while continuing the growth of the existing timber crop. Property highlights include: · Quiet country location with town-maintained access and adjacent electric power; · Building site options along the road or further into t...

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Introduction For sale for the first time in a family generation, the land is ideally suited to the development of a year-round homesite, while continuing the growth of the existing timber crop. Property highlights include quiet country location with town-maintained access and adjacent electric power, 13 acres of open me...

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Introduction The ownership acquired the property in 1979 and has used the land to recreate, hunt and lightly manage the timber ever since. Property highlights include: · Quality northern hardwood timber with attractive maple, ash and cherry species composition; · Immediate thinning income opportunity; · Deve...

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Introduction After acquiring the property in 1983, the owner created a rustic homestead in which to live largely off the land. Over a three-decade period, she labored alone, creating a garden, developing woodland trails, building sheds, planting apple trees, cutting firewood, watching wildlife, and making upgrades to the h...

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Introduction The property presents multiple use options, including a potential year-round homesite, a woodlot for managing a productive timber resource, and recreational uses where white-tailed deer are abundant and a VAST trail runs directly across the property. Property highlights: Standing timber value of $62,...

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Introduction The property is an easily-accessible central Vermont woodlot that has been well managed by the same family since the 1950s. The property is suited to the continued growth and harvest of forest products, recreation and development of a camp from its established access road. Location The property is located ...

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Introduction Sheridan Brook Woodland combines a quiet, rural location with the lively town amenities of Lancaster, New Hampshire. Bisected by year-round Sheridan Brook on its way to the nearby Connecticut River, the timber on the property was recently harvested, leaving open areas ready for further clearing, potential view...

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Introduction Scales Brook Forest is well-suited to a combination of long-term timber appreciation and recreation, with camp or seasonal homesite development. Property highlights include: · Two miles of private internal roads; · Gentle terrain allowing for easy recreational pursuits; · Electric power and tel...

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Introduction Diamond Hill Homestead is a classic, vintage, Vermont home and land opportunity. Close to St. Johnsbury, Lyndon and Burke Mountain, the 3-bedroom cape, circa 1855, is an eclectic mix of styles and eras from over its long history. Special features include an attached, 2-car garage, a combination living and dini...

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Introduction The property offers one of the finest, long views of Lake Willoughby and the surrounding State Forest lands available. Other attributes include: · Views straight down the lake, framed by the cliffs of Mount Pisgah and Mount Hor; · Easily accessible building site with southern exposure; · Minutes' w...

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Introduction Square Brook offers a diverse array of natural resources and potential uses that include: Considerable frontage on three, significant and separate streams/rivers, each offering a different fishery and recreational experience; Notable and prolific natural aquifer with an existing spring house; Nearly a...

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Introduction The forest is ideally suited to the development of a large, year-round homestead property with features that include: Views of the Green Mountains to the east and the Lake Champlain Valley to the west; Managed timber resource with excellent recreational amenities; Privacy yet minutes from Middlebury villa...

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Introduction Moretown Gap Forest is a versatile property with potential for: 1) home development made easy by the land’s long road frontage, level terrain and nearby town village, 2) sugarbush conversion with the high concentrations of maple stands, and 3) conservation given the land’s unique size and location within t...

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Introduction Eden Square Sugarbush is an exceptional potential sugarbush opportunity with attractive species composition, productive soils, secure access and solid potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource. Investment highlights include: · Species composition dominated by sugar maple (54%); · Mid...

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Introduction Neal Pond Forest is well suited to the buyer seeking a long-term timber investment that offers additional appealing attributes such as lake frontage, homesite opportunity and subdivision potential. Property highlights: · Standing timber value of $557,000; · ±1,900’ of pristine lake frontage;...

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Introduction Eden Square Timberland is a long-term timber investment property with attractive species composition, secure access and excellent potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource. The ownership, Atlas Timberlands Partnership, is a collaboration between two well-known conservation groups: The Nature Co...

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The Picturesque Land of Vermont

In 1791 Vermont was the 14th state admitted to the Union. It is bordered by Canada to the north, New Hampshire to the east, Massachusetts to its south, and New York to its west. This winter wonderland is large by Northeastern standards, but small when compared to the rest of the country, comprising just 9,615 square miles.

Vermont Agriculture

Agriculture is a large part of the state's economy, with milk and other dairy products at the top of the production list. The state has about 900 family-owned dairy farms and more than 100 milk processors. Vermont cheddar is a white cheddar that rivals all others.

And speaking of milk products, Vermont is the original home of Ben and Jerry's ice cream. The first retail store opened in Burlington in 1978. The ice cream factory is located in Waterbury, offering regular tours and tastings.

Vermont is also the largest maple syrup producing state in the country, providing some 500,000 gallons each year.

Hay, oats, corn, and other grains are grown, often by dairy farmers and other livestock farms as feed for their animals. Corn and potatoes are also raised for human consumption, and apple orchards dot much of the countryside.

The Green Mountains and Winter Recreation

Outside of its farmlands, Vermont is known for its Green Mountains containing the highest land in the state. Actually, the name Vermont is derived from the French word "vert" meaning green and "mont" translates to mountain.

The highest peak found in the Green Mountains is Mt. Mansfield at 4,393' above sea level. A November record snowfall of 46" was seen at the summit in 2018. Some of the state's best ski resorts are located in these mountains of which have been said by some to resemble the Alps.

It is here, in Stowe, where the von Trapp family emigrated following their escape from the Nazis as German troops took over Austria during the onset of WWII. Their story was made famous in the 1965 film, "The Sound of Music." The family's ski lodge, Trapp Family Lodge, remains a special resort today and is run by descendants of George and Maria.

Forested Land

About 78% of Vermont land is considered forested, the majority of which is privately owned. It is here where the maple trees grow. Other deciduous trees include birch, beech, elm, and ash. White pine, Blue spruce, Norway spruce, and Northern white cedar also abound.

The Cities

There are 623,600-plus residents in Vermont, none of whom live in particularly large cities. The capital of Vermont is Montpelier with a population of about 8,000. Burlington is the largest city with just over 42,200. The University of Vermont is located here with a student body of nearly 12,000.

Vermont Fun Facts
  • The state is home to more than 100, 19th century covered wooden bridges.
  • Abundant wildflower blooms are found in springtime include those of wild bleeding heart, buttercup, pink fairies, and sweet white violet.
  • No billboards are allowed in the state.
  • Vermont was the first state to abolish slavery in 1777 prior to its admittance into the Union in 1791.
  • More Vermonters live in rural lands than within urban city limits.

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