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Rare Large Farm Parcel with Rich Fields, Big Barn, Home, Garage, VIEWS !!Easy access with 2800' of frontage on paved VT-100 in Hyde Park, near Morrisville, Stowe, Burlington.Excellent Agriculture Parcel for Animals, Vegetables, or Hemp. 3400 Sq-Ft Barn with 2000 Sq-Ft Haymow for Livestock, Storage, or Processing Facility.Go...

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A rare and truly remarkable Vermont country Farmstead with 174.65 +/- acres in the quaint town of Danby awaits its next owner! The 1903 farmhouse has been tastefully renovated with great attention to include classic colonial details, an exquisite Danby marble fireplace & 3542 SF of pure elegance. No detail was overlooked in...

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Imagine your dream ski estate situated on an ideal recreational 34.23 +/- acre parcel off a proposed cul-de-sac in Vermont’s classic ski town, Dover, VT! Offering a multitude of opportunities, this parcel features a gently sloping topography with mostly hardwoods, an abundance of wildlife signs including deer paths & plen...

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Immerse yourself in nature with this 3-BR, 2-BA home located on 15 +/- acres with your own half-acre pond in Fletcher, VT! With over 2,100 SF, this one-level, open canvas home with a 2-car garage is designed to bring the outdoors inside, with 3 sliding glass doors from three separate rooms all opening to your own private ba...

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Experience exceptional lake and mountain views from your dream country home on this 10.1 +/- acre parcel in the gorgeous Vermont town of Wells. The parcel features a gently sloping terrain and a state approved wastewater (septic design) for a 4-bedroom, single-family residence!  There is an existing drilled well, undergrou...

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A rare recreational and outdoorsman’s oasis awaits on this 25 +/- acre parcel just beyond Mount Snow in the skiing destination town of Stratton, Vermont! Offering a multitude of opportunities for use, the parcel features a rolling topography with mostly hardwoods, a VAST trail for greater enjoyment in the winter months, a...

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RARE, Private, 20 acre “Pine Island” on Pristine Lake in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.Owned by This Family Since 1958, THE Island of “Island Pond” in the Town of Brighton.Includes 3 acre Private Land Parcel with Old Boathouse on the Shore Near Town, That Can be Upgraded and Expanded if Desired. Large Sandy Beac...

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An excellent opportunity to own 2.38 +/- acres of open grassland with potential for a private home site in the beautiful central Vermont town of Williamstown! Setback along a quiet, private access road, the parcel is mostly open with a gently sloping topography. Located minutes to Norwich University, Barre, and Montpelier, ...

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This expansive recreational property with 167.73 +/- acres of combined woodland and wetland offers ideal conditions for unimaginable enjoyment of the great outdoors in the gorgeous Vermont town of Morgan! Setback along a quiet, private access road from VT-111, the parcel features a rolling topography with well-maintained, i...

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A wonderful opportunity to claim your building lot in the Great Hawk Community of Rochester, VT!  This 1.6+/- acre parcel offers a peaceful location among the upper elevations of this charming neighborhood.  Enjoy access to one of the most scenic tennis courts you may ever see or relax by the community pond and soak in th...

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Views, Views, School Choice, Recreation, Views…Rare larger parcel that combines all of the above with easy access to I-91, I-93, and all that the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) & the White Mountain Region of NH have to offer. Wildlife abounds, come with your camera, or to hunt! Fisherman instead? Only 10 minutes to the Connecti...

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Gorgeous forestland spanning 135 +/- acres with an approved 4-bedroom wastewater permit on the hillside of Shaw Hill in the beautiful Vermont town of Killington! Setback on the corner of two roads, the parcel features a sloping topography with mainly northern hardwoods. Income potential is solid with a recent inventory show...

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Rare, Private, Affordable, Year-round 2 bedroom home with attached garage on Woodbury Lake! Also known as Sabin Pond, this 142 acre lake is only 1/2 hour from the Barre-Montpelier area & I-89, and features excellent fishing and a state maintained boat launch. Easy year round access on town maintained road, on the "quiet sid...

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Enjoy country living at its best – privacy, nature, recreation, and relaxation on this 26.5+/- acre property in Peacham, VT!  Setback along a gravel driveway is this beautiful 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom log home, featuring a quaint covered-porch overlooking the scenic back lawn landscaped with flower beds and stonewalls.  Th...

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Relish in the tranquility of this estate level 95.69+/- acre northern woodlands parcel in Plymouth, VT.  Enjoy ultimate privacy, stunning potential long-range views with some clearing, and a choice of several proposed home sites.  Property has six subdivided parcels, with five state-approved proposed home sites with waste...

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Setback on a quaint, private 50 ft right-of-way, this 10.5 +/- acre parcel is an ideal recreational property with potential for a private home site in the northern Vermont town of Franklin! Only 30 minutes from downtown St. Albans and 8 miles from the Canadian border, the parcel offers the best of both worlds – seclusion ...

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Looking for a hunting camp with a couple of acres surrounded by state land? This is the place for you. Located on the outskirts of the Green Mountain National Forest in Rochester, VT, this 3.3+/- acre hunting camp offers total seclusion and yet is close to town. Since purchasing the property in 2008, the seller has leveled ...

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A wonderful opportunity to own three self-contained camper lots in Grand Isle, VT— all for one unbeatable price. The three lots are in close proximity to one another, and the seller only intends to sell all three lots together and as is. Purchasers must check with local zoning department, but based on zoning info availabl...

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This wonderful 63.8+/- acre lot is an ideal recreational property with potential for a private home site. Setback on a quiet, private access road it is located in the southern Vermont town of Guilford! With an abundance of deer, turkey, and other wildlife signs, the parcel offers an excellent opportunity for enjoyment of th...

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Come experience one of the true Icons of Lake Willoughby, located in Westmore, VT.  The Mountain Lake Cottages has been serving Owners and Clients since the early 1900s.  If you are looking for a lifestyle of seasonal hospitality while wintering elsewhere or looking for a lifestyle that allows plenty of time for the Telec...

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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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