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900 Route 58 West Route
#VT370718
Orleans, Vermont
710.00 acres
710-Acre Organic Dairy Farm in Irasburg, VT. Turn-key operation with 425 head of organic Holstein, all AI sired, along with full line of well-maintained equipment. Includes all feed on hand at time of sale. Farm is enrolled in VT Current Use program and land has been conserved by the VT Land Trust. 550 acres of prime agricultural land of which some is used for organic grazing practice. Free-stall dairy barn with over 400 stalls, double 13 Parallel parlor. New calf barn in 2016 with 50 pens, 3 large group pens, for total of up to 100 calves. Heated workshop, machinery shed & garage. Includes 2 homes: 2-unit Farmhouse, 3-BR w/2-car garage & 1-BR w/carport; and, 2-3 BR ranch w/walkout basement & 2-car garage. The drilled well supplies 150gpm. This farm produces over 5 million pounds of Organic milk per year. **Tax Figures include Owner's Home which is NOT LISTED**
$4,000,000
900 Route 58 West Route
#VT432187
Orleans, Vermont
710.00 acres
710-Acre Organic Dairy Farm in Irasburg, VT. Turn-key operation with 425 head of organic Holstein, all AI sired, along with full line of well-maintained equipment. Includes all feed on hand at time of sale. Farm is enrolled in VT Current Use program and land has been conserved by the VT Land Trust. 550 acres of prime agricultural land of which some is used for organic grazing practice. Free-stall dairy barn with over 400 stalls, double 13 Parallel parlor. New calf barn in 2016 with 50 pens, 3 large group pens, for total of up to 100 calves. Heated workshop, machinery shed & garage. Includes 2 homes: 2-unit Farmhouse, 3-BR w/2-car garage & 1-BR w/carport; and, 2-3 BR ranch w/walkout basement & 2-car garage. The drilled well supplies 150gpm. This farm produces over 5 million pounds of Organic milk per year. **Tax Figures include Owner's Home which is NOT LISTED**
$4,000,000
Eagle Ledge Timberland Tract
#VT257692
Washington, Vermont
3,568.00 acres
Introduction Eagle Ledge Timberland Tract is a long-term timber investment opportunity characterized by an attractive species composition, highly-stocked stands providing positive cash flow, and excellent potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource. The ownership, Vermont Land Trust (VLT), acquired the land in 2014 from the Meyer Family, who formerly owned the property since the 1950s. The family sold to VLT with the goal of insuring the property will remain as a long-term forest resource. VLT is currently transferring a conservation easement on the land to the State of Vermont, who will oversee the easement terms. Investment highlights include: Species dominated by maple and birch (59%); Fully-stocked overstory, well-positioned for asset appreciation; Mature timber component, allowing for positive cash flow; Developed access covering much of the landscape (limited access to some areas in SE and NE sections of the land); Easement allows for sustainable forest management, sugarbush operations and three primitive camps. Location The property is located in north-central Vermont, 12 miles north of the state’s capital city of Montpelier. Both Worcester and Elmore have small village centers with job markets nearby in the larger towns of Morrisville, Stowe, Montpelier and Waterbury. Route 12 runs north-south, creating the land’s western boundary in many areas and providing access to Interstate 89 and Route 2 to the south and Routes 15 and 100 to the north. These major roads provide transportation corridors to regional and Canadian forest product mills from the property. Access The property offers developed access at five landing points along Route 12, covering nearly all of the terrain sloping toward the river that runs along this paved road. In addition, an undeveloped right-of-way leading from Route 12 provides possible access to the extreme southern end of the land. Much of the terrain that slopes in an easterly direction, as well as extreme eastern areas, are accessed from the unmaintained Eagle Ledge town road where various established landings exist. The north-central section of the land is accessed from the unmaintained portion of Hardwood Flats Road. Site Description The property spans nearly 4 miles from north to south and 2.2 miles east to west (at its widest points). All aspects are represented. Elevation ranges from 1,670’ in the eastern section to ±900’ along Route 12. The majority of the terrain sits at elevations between 1,100-1,500’. Most of the property can be characterized as moderate to steeply sloping upland terrain, providing well-drained soils in these areas. Poorly-drained soils and wetlands exist in pockets scattered around the property, often associated with streams in low-lying, flat areas. The non-commercial acreage is limited to wetlands, roads and landings, thus all upland terrain has been accessed in the past during commercial thinning operation. Timber Timber data is based on a monumented and comprehensive timber inventory conducted in August 2018. The timber data reveal a total sawlog volume of 27,747 MBF International ¼” scale (8 MBF/commercial acre) with 76,708 pulpwood cords (22 cords/commercial acre). Combined total commercial per acre volume is 38 cords, well above the regional average. Stumpage values were assigned to the volumes in August of 2018, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (CTV) of $4,808,700 ($1,380/total commercial acre). A species composition dominated by hardwoods prevails, with hardwoods at 76% and softwoods at 24% of total volume. Species composition for all products combined offers a favorable mix and is led by red maple (23%), followed by yellow birch (18%), sugar maple (18%), hemlock (17%), American beech (10%) and spruce/fir (7%), with other common hardwoods and softwoods comprising the balance. This species composition is well suited to a long-term timber investment, with solid markets regionally and into Quebec for the products growing on the land. The current owner has not conducted any thinning activity since their 2014 acquisition of the property. The former family owner last managed some stands from the last landing on Eagle Ledge Road roughly 20 years ago. However it has been nearly 30 years since the balance of the forest stands have been managed. Average diameter for all products combined is 13.5”, while the average sawlog diameter is nearly 14.5”, indicating a forest resource with a mature and maturing age class. Average diameter for the four main species are: sugar maple 14”, yellow birch 14.5”, hemlock 16” and red maple 15”. Easement The conservation easement on the property will be held by the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation. The seller, Vermont Land Trust (VLT) has been the owner since 2014, acquiring the land from the Meyer Family whose wish was to ensure the property would remain as a productive, unfragmented forest resource landscape. The VLT is currently transferring the conservation easement to the State of Vermont, a process that is anticipated to occur in 2019. VLT is hoping to agree on purchase terms subject to the transfer of the conservation easement, at which point title will be transferred to the new owner. A working forest “partnership” with the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural Resources offers the new owner predictability and cooperation, given the long history and solid reputation this agency has in overseeing other conservation easements under their stewardship
$3,270,000
351 Ledgewood Drive Williston VT 05495
#VT422908
Chittenden, Vermont
33.00 acres
Looking for the perfect place to get away from it all? There is no better place (or views) than this! Build your own piece of paradise atop this sprawling 33 acre property featuring incredible 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains and beautiful Lake Champlain. Enjoy privacy and that far away feeling, all while being close to all of the amenities you could want or need, including the golf course, ski areas, the airport, UVM Medical Center and more! Creating your own personal retreat couldn't be simpler, as this lot has already been approved for a four bedroom home. Peace and tranquility are within your reach! There couldn't be a better time to escape the craziness of the world and build the home of your dreams with one of the most unforgettable views in all of Vermont!
$3,150,000
Lot H Mt Vernon Street
#VT374335
Orleans, Vermont
125.00 acres
Wonderful Investment Property in Newport! Approximately 125 acres in Newport bordering the Newport Country Club. Fabulous views overlooking the city and Lake Memphremagog as well as Jay Peak to the west & Owl's Head to this north in Canada. There is a huge quantity of high-grade gravel and it's permitted for 150K yards per year. Great access with the potential for over 100 residential units. This property is located in an IRS designated Opportunity Zone which could provide an investor with preferential tax treatment as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of December 2017. Finally a project could qualify for New Market Tax Credits. A must see development opportunity in the Northeast Kingdom! Brokers are Shareholders.
$3,100,000
Lot H Mt Vernon Street
#VT395603
Orleans, Vermont
125.00 acres
Wonderful Investment Property in Newport! Approximately 125 acres in Newport bordering the Newport Country Club. Fabulous views overlooking the city and Lake Memphremagog as well as Jay Peak to the west & Owl's Head to this north in Canada. There is a huge quantity of high-grade gravel and it's permitted for 150K yards per year. Great access with the potential for over 100 residential units. This property is located in an IRS designated Opportunity Zone which could provide an investor with preferential tax treatment as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of December 2017. Finally a project could qualify for New Market Tax Credits. A must see development opportunity in the Northeast Kingdom! Brokers are Shareholders.
$2,900,000
Lot H Mt Vernon Street
#VT364169
Orleans, Vermont
125.00 acres
Wonderful Investment Property in Newport! Approximately 125 acres in Newport bordering the Newport Country Club. Fabulous views overlooking the city and Lake Memphremagog as well as Jay Peak to the west & Owl's Head to this north in Canada. There is a huge quantity of high-grade gravel and it's permitted for 150K yards per year. Great access with the potential for over 100 residential units. This property is located in an IRS designated Opportunity Zone which could provide an investor with preferential tax treatment as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of December 2017. Finally a project could qualify for New Market Tax Credits. A must see development opportunity in the Northeast Kingdom! Brokers are Shareholders.
$2,900,000
Lot H Mt Vernon Street
#VT432059
Orleans, Vermont
125.00 acres
Wonderful Investment Property in Newport! Approximately 125 acres in Newport bordering the Newport Country Club. Fabulous views overlooking the city and Lake Memphremagog as well as Jay Peak to the west & Owl's Head to this north in Canada. There is a huge quantity of high-grade gravel and it's permitted for 150K yards per year. Great access with the potential for over 100 residential units. This property is located in an IRS designated Opportunity Zone which could provide an investor with preferential tax treatment as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of December 2017. Finally a project could qualify for New Market Tax Credits. A must see development opportunity in the Northeast Kingdom! Brokers are Shareholders.
$2,900,000
Herring Brook Forest
#VT257691
Washington, Vermont
2,228.00 acres
Introduction 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. Property highlights: · Standing timber value of $2,567,000; · Excellent access and operability with good regional forest product markets; · A resource prime for robust asset appreciation with cash flow options. Location Situated in the north-central part of the state, the forest occupies much of the central portion of Moretown township, a rural, largely forested landscape. Adjacent to the capital city of Montpelier, Moretown is primarily a bedroom community for Montpelier, Barre, Waterbury and larger employers in the Burlington region. This region is known for nurturing productive stands of sugar maple and other commonly occurring northern hardwoods. The area also benefits from a diverse array of regional and local markets for forest products, including sawlogs, veneer, pulpwood and maple sap/syrup outlets. Downtown Montpelier, located 6 miles to the east, is the hub of the region and offers numerous shops and restaurants, a lively cultural scene, several colleges, state government and an array of employers. Outdoor recreation is a popular pastime with numerous hiking and biking trails throughout the region, and 4 alpine ski areas within an hour’s drive. Burlington, the state’s largest city, is a 50-minute drive to the northwest. Boston is 3 hours southeast of the property. Access 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. Herring Brook Road offers excellent access for future forest management operations, supporting all forms of log truck traffic. The northernmost property area offers a 0.7-mile seasonal internal road (culverts pulled) into the center of this operating unit. Boundary lines are in very good condition, with all lines maintained and visible with red paint. There is a survey of the property. Site Description The property is entirely forested with all aspects represented. The forest is named after Herring Brook, a mountain brook whose watershed originates from the land’s central and northern terrain. The property also covers terrain within four other local watersheds. Topography is quite variable, however the majority of slopes are gentle to moderate. Areas of steep slopes can be found on terrain leading 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. In and around these areas, old foundations and stone walls indicate historic settlement in the area dating back to the early 1800s. Much of the land’s northwest boundary runs along the Northfield Mountain Range, where elevation ranges from 1,600’ to 1,876’. At the opposite end of the forest, Chase Mountain is another notable land feature where the property rises just south of its peak to an elevation of 2,000’. The lowest elevation is 1,000’ where Herring Brook flows off the forest. Generally, well-drained, upland soils predominate. Timber 2016 timber data reveal a total sawlog volume of 12,344 MBF International ¼” scale (5.7 MBF/acre), with 27,809 pulpwood cords (12.8 cords/acre). Combined total commercial per acre volume is 24.2 cords, an average stocking figure for the region. Growth was assigned by the ownership, with stumpage values set by the ownership’s forest manager in January 2019, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (CTV) of $2,567,500 ($1,152/total acre). The species composition is dominated by hardwoods (73%), with softwoods holding the balance (27%). Species composition for all products combined mirrors that of a managed northern hardwood forest type, with the exception of the planted pine stands. Overall volume is led by sugar maple (35%), with the major associated species consisting of red maple (13%), white pine (13%) and yellow birch (8%). Other common associates complete the profile. The sawlog volume breakdown is similar; however, pine and spruce hold a higher sawlog component. Past forest management has had a noticeable impact on reducing the American beech component, which was considerably higher when management began 30 years ago. Since the tenure of the current owner began in 2008, forest management activity in the form of thinnings, shelterwoods and group selection treatments has been completed on roughly 85% of the acreage. A relatively small portion of the acreage was treated by an overstory removal, limited to part of the mature softwood plantations. This forest management activity focused growth on the best stems, primarily favoring healthy trees of selected desirable species with large diameters. Pine plantations occupy roughly 160 acres with standing volumes well over 10,000 MBF/acre. Fully-stocked, high-quality northern hardwoods stands, where sugar maple is the primary species, cover roughly 1,090 acres. The previously-treated hardwood stands are currently in a free-to-grow state with no thinning activity required over the next 10 years. The softwood plantations can be harvested at any time.
$2,890,481
893 Bonneau Road
#VT376561
Orleans, Vermont
562.00 acres
Organic Commercial Maple Sugaring Operation on 562.6 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.
$2,700,000