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Deep Gibou
Vermont, 05471
Franklin County
2,779.00 acres
Deep Gibou Forest is a long-term timber and/or immediate sugarbush opportunity with attractive species composition, productive soils, secure access and excellent potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource.

Investment highlights include:

Species dominated by sugar maple (43%);
Middle-aged, fully-stocked overstory, well-positioned for asset appreciation with Capital Timber Value of $2,311,000;
Excellent access with power nearby;
Sugarbush opportunity with 113,000 potential taps from stems 9 and greater on north-facing slopes with good sap-flow conditions to access locations;
Average tap/acre of 48, with many areas offering the possibility of 70-80 taps/acre.
The majority of the forest lies in the northern Vermont town of Montgomery. Regionally, the lands western boundary occupies the northern end and ridgeline of the Cold Hollow Mountains, a range that geologically is the boundary between the agricultural lands in the Champlain Valley to the west and vast forestland to the east, including the Green Mountain Range.

The small town of Montgomery Center is located 4 miles to the northeast. The Jay Peak Ski resort is 8 miles further to the east along Route 242. Richford and the Canadian border are 17 miles to the north. Montreal, Canada is a 1.5-hour drive, while Burlington, Vermont is a 1.25-hour drive.

Nearby state roads offer ideal access to regional and cross-border forest product manufacturing facilities.

The property offers excellent access to each of the lands two main watersheds. The eastern half of the land has frontage along Deep Gibou Road, a town-maintained road. From this access point, a 1.3-mile internal road runs to the center of this eastern management unit. Part of the initial section of this road runs across an adjacent landowner's property, for which a full right-of-way exists.

Access to the western half of the property is provided by a non-maintained Class IV graveled road. This road ends 3,000 into the property from the boundary line, at the base of the Cold Hollow Mountains.

Well-developed woods trails run throughout the property, facilitating future management of the forest.

Site Description
The propertys terrain is variable, with moderate slopes occupying its central and northeastern areas. The western and extreme eastern areas are defined by steep slopes, which are still largely operable, with the exception of 407 acres along the western boundary. This area has been defined as an Ecological Protection Zone and is off limits to any forest management (no timber data was recorded in this area). Generally, conditions for forest operations are very good within the acreage delineated for forest management.

Soils are mostly well drained, with the exception of various wetlands near each of the internal access roads and a high elevation wetland at the lands southern end. Wetland Protection Zones such as this make up 84 total acres.

Elevation ranges from 2,940 ASL (Above Sea Level) along the Cold Hollow Range to 1,280 ASL in the northeast section of the land near Deep Gibou Road.

Timber data in this report are based on a monumented and comprehensive timber inventory conducted in May 2016 by the ownerships forest consultant. 427 inventory plots were sampled (1 plot per 5.6 commercial acres), covering a 420 x 420 grid and using a 15-factor prism. Sampling statistics are 6.0% standard error for sawlog products and 3.5% for all cordwood products at the 95% confidence interval, figures well within industry standards. After applying growth for 2017 and 2018 using regional FIA data averages, the timber data reveal a total sawlog volume of 9,667 MBF International scale (4.2 MBF/commercial acre) with 40,970 pulpwood cords (17.7 cords/commercial acre). Combined total commercial per acre volume is 26.1 cords, above the regional average. Stumpage values were assigned to the volumes in December of 2018, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (CTV) of $2,311,000 ($832/total acre).

A species composition dominated by hardwoods prevails, with hardwoods at 95% and softwoods at 5% of total volume. Species composition for all products combined offers a favorable mix and is led by sugar maple (43%), followed by yellow birch (21%), American beech (17%) and red maple (6%), with other common hardwoods and softwoods comprising the balance. The sawlog volume breakdown consists largely of sugar maple (52%) and yellow birch (24%). This species composition is well suited to a long-term timber investment and/or sugarbush, with solid markets regionally and into Quebec for the products growing on the land.

Average diameter for the three main species are sugar maple 14.5, yellow birch 15.0 and spruce/fir 12.5.

Special Features
The property offers an exceptional potential sugarbush opportunity, given the high maple stocking, and terrain which slopes downhill to two access points. The timber data indicate a total gross potential tap count of 112,655 taps, with roughly 87% of the taps from sugar maple and the balance from red maple. Trees 9 and greater were considered, providing an average of 49 taps/acre, covering the propertys commercial acres. Electric power runs along Deep Gibou Road roughly 1,000 from the eastern watershed and 4,000 from the western watershed.

The conservation easement on the property will be held by the Vermont Land Trust (VLT), a Vermont-based organization and one of the most respected conservation organizations in the nation. A working forest partnership with VLT offers the new owner predictability and cooperation, given the long history and solid reputation this land trust has established regarding the easement lands under its jurisdiction.

A principal objective of the easements commercial acreage is to maintain, grow and harvest forest resources and products on a sustainable basis. The terms of the easement prevent subdivision and future development of any kind; however, forestry and sugarbush operations, and construction of associated support infrastructure, are permitted.

Easement highlights include:

Most sustainable and traditional forestry and sugarbush activities are permitted to support the long-term stewardship of the protected property;
The entire property is open to non-vehicular public recreation and hunting;
Silvicultural activities are limited to sustainable levels, with target diameters set for each species;
Surface Water Protection Zones (SWPZs - 84 acres) permit limited harvesting/sugaring with special consideration to maintaining water quality;
Ecological Protection Zones (EPZs - 407 acres) are No Touch and situated mostly at the higher elevation and steep terrain along the Cold Hollow Range;
One camp structure of 800 ft2 is permitted.
5247 Laporte Road Morristown VT 05661
5247 Laporte Road  , Morristown
Vermont, 05661
Lamoille County
28.00 acres
Stowe Home Care Maintenance (SHCM) is Stowe's largest property management company. Started with one truck in the 1970's this opportunity comes complete with a 4BR house, in ground pool, a service garage with two truck lifts, various outbuildings that will house about 23 trucks. Included is all the equipment which is about 17 trucks, 8 trailers, an excavator, bucket loader, large woodchipper, 20 zero turn mowers, 13 walk behind mowers, 2 DR mowers, 1 Gravely mower, Billy Goat blower, 18 hand held blowers, 28 powerheads and a generator. Business employees about 20 full time in the winter & 28-30 in the summer. The sale includes a customer list of over 500 plus swimming pool maintenance as a growth center recently added. The real estate includes ABOUT 28 acres, to be subdivided and surveyed from a larger parcel. The real estate can be retained by the Seller & leased to an operator or the business can be moved.
900 Route 58 West Route
900 Route 58 West Route , Irasburg
Vermont, 05845
Orleans County
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**
900 Route 58 West
900 Route 58 West , Irasburg
Vermont, 05845
Orleans County
710.00 acres
PRICE REDUCED! Turn-key 710-Acre Organic Dairy Farm 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. Enrolled in Vermont Current Use Program and conserved by the Vermont Land Trust. Offers 550 acres of prime agricultural land, some of which is used for organic grazing practice. Free-stall dairy barn has 400+ stalls and double 13 Parallel Parlor. New calf barn in 2016 has 50 pens & 3 large group pens for total of up to 100 calves. Buildings include heated workshop, machinery shed & garage. There are 2 homes being (a) 2-unit Farmhouse, 3-BR, 2-car garage & 1-BR, carport; and (b) 2-3 BR ranch, walkout basement, 2-car garage. The drilled well supplies 150gpm. This farm produces over 5 Million Pounds of Organic Milk per year. It has an average annual $400,000 NET after expenses for past 4 years. Very Profitable Farm! (Taxes include 2 other homes on 40 acres NOT Included in Sale). (Taxes include 2 other homes on 40 acres NOT Included in Sale). Also available with 2 more homes and 40 Acres for additional $500,000 (See MLS 486387).
3429/3471 US Route 4 Killington VT 05751
3429/3471 US Route 4  , Killington
Vermont, 05751
Rutland County
7.00 acres
If you've ever dreamt of owning an award winning ski shop, look no further than this remarkable property in Killington - the first ski shop visitors pass on their way into the area! Aspen East has been a superior ski and snowboard retail shop in New England, and Killington, for more than 45 years, and features two online retail stores. And in the midst of a pandemic numbers are up more than 25% year over year! This forward thinking, profitable, and well-established business sits on over seven acres of land and includes two commercial buildings and land that can be subdivided. The shop boasts gorgeous windows that create a bright, airy and inviting space. The sale of this shop will include a Wintersteiger Microjet PRO Robotic Ski/Snowboard tuning machine and kit, as well as the demo/rental fleet of skis and snowboards, racks and fixtures. This is a successful, sustainable business, with an established customer base, and plenty of room for expansion and growth. Office on second level of main building, and warehouse connected by double garage doors to loading dock for tractor trailer deliveries. Building two is where it all started and provides great opportunity for growth, whether it be expanding the business or leasing the space. This property wont last long - if you're interested in the opportunity to own this exceptional ski and snowboard shop, don't delay and schedule your showing today!
351 Ledgewood Drive Williston VT 05495
351 Ledgewood Drive  , Williston
Vermont, 05495
Chittenden County
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!
7 Laber Road Bridgewater VT 05035
7 Laber Road  , Bridgewater
Vermont, 05035
Windsor County
29.00 acres
Looking for a grand yet refined Vermont home? Look no further than Stonewall Manor! Situated on close to 30 acres in Bridgewater, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the space provided in this home. Arts & Crafts style allows home to grow as you enter, looking quaint & not massive, from the front elevation. 2 elevator shafts & stair chair offers wheelchair accessibility & can accommodate all needs. 2-car garage comfortably fits 3 cars & features man cave, complete with a living area, wood stove, bath & laundry room! Stonewall Manor features 5 living rooms, 7 bathrooms, 3 full kitchens (all complete w/ granite counter tops & Bosch appliances), 3 laundry centers, & secret passages between rooms. Additional option to rent out the two private 2-bedroom apartments! Stonewall Manor was designed to fully integrate w/ surrounding land & take advantage of all the property has to offer. Front of home is stunning in the morning light, while the back is beautiful in the afternoon with the way the sun hits & reflects off the house. 4th story cupola features historic 225 yr old bar end from the original Bridgewater Boarding house, & oversees glorious surrounding views of mountains, w/ peaks over 4,000 ft- including trail map view of Killington! Stunning great room features three story windows that allow for sunlight to pour in & heat the whole house during the colder VT winter months. Exceptional property w/ so much to offer- you need to see it to truly believe all of its features!
15 Cabin Lane Waterbury VT 05677
15 Cabin Lane  , Waterbury
Vermont, 05677
Washington County
7.00 acres
What would you say if you could purchase a commercial property that isnt just a property, but a sound business ready for your personal stamp? A business that comes complete with all the assets, from a solid customer base and full inventory to a company website? This is exactly what you could get with Evergreen Gardens. Located in the heart of central Vermont on Route 100, equally distanced between Waterbury Center and Stowe Village, Evergreen Gardens has been a staple nursery and garden center for over twenty years. The 7.45 acres of this property include: 7 greenhouses a pond retail shop with an accessory apartment and garage 4 solar panels that offset the electrical costs of the property Theres also a large barn on the property that functions as a separate retail space and storage facility. Evergreen Gardens is the chance of a lifetime for a number of different buyers, but the type of buyers its particularly suited for are: current nursery/garden center owners looking to expand their business landscaping/arborist companies seeking to expand entrepreneurs seeking an established operation to buy businesses looking for a prime retail location on one of Vermonts most-traveled routes It isnt often that a commercial property of this size with a robust, stable business like Evergreen Gardens comes up for sale. Schedule your appointment to see this rare flower at your earliest conveniencebecause it isnt going to last.
2445 Sampsonville Road Enosburg VT 05450
2445 Sampsonville Road  , Enosburg
Vermont, 05450
Franklin County
20.00 acres
Opportunity abound!! The Dairy Center located on Route 105 in Enosburg, less than 30 minutes to Jay Peak Resort, has a wide variety of functioning & successful business ventures! With approximately 20 (+/-) acres of land you'll find an on-site restaurant, banquet hall, catering kitchen, 5 unit motel, 2 little league fields, bowling alley, game room, virtual golf, bar and dance hall, residential rentals and so much more!!
Mountain Lake Cottages - Westmore
52 Old State Route 5A , Westmore
Vermont, 05860
Orleans County
4.00 acres
A true Icon of Willoughby, Mountain Lake Cottages that has been a destination since the early 40s. 10 cabins, popular from May to October. 328 deep, 5 miles long - surrounded by mountains. Lake Trout, Bald Eagles, and Wilderness. 7,682 acres of State Forest. Hiking, boating, & trophy fishing. Magnificent views from each of the cabin porches. Each cabin has 2 BR, stone fireplace, kitchen & living room. 322 of private shoreline offers plenty of dock space & moorings for boaters. Tennis, basketball, squash court, and a concrete ping-pong table. Something for every family to enjoy, and plenty of reading nooks too. This is a turnkey operation, well run, and impeccably maintained. Pride of ownership is obvious. All furniture, fixtures, client lists, business name, website, and deep history are included in the sale. As the owner, you will love your own private year-round log home, beautifully laid out, complete with 2-bedrooms and a huge deck to watch the sunset. The area is quiet in the winter, but with a little winterization on the cabins one could easily offer stays for snowmobilers, skiers, fat-tire mountain bikers, & ice fisherman, adding another income stream to the locations profitability. Easy access from NY, Boston & Montreal. Extensive information packet is available with video tours for these Covid times. If you love people and the outdoors and are looking for a lifestyle change in pristine Northern Vermont, you have found the perfect place and a rare opportunity.