One of the last, large land holdings along the highly traveled Stowe Waterbury Road also known as the Rt. 100 corridor. Cloverdale Farm consists of 73 acres with 55.34 acres on the west side of Rt. 100 and 18+/- acres on the east side of Rt 100. Lots of possibilities exist as it falls in the town of Waterbury's Rt 100 zoning.
Protected by a conservation easement and well suited to sugarbush management and timber investment. Potential tap count of 37,676 taps, exceptional timber resource with standing timber value of $1,149,100, long town road frontage with developed internal trails, secure access with roadside power, attractive location within 7 miles of Montpelier, and an old house and 2 acres outside the land's conservation easement, providing an easily developable homestead. The property is on the eastern slope of Chase Mountain, a scenic, secluded area with the headwaters of Chase Brook. Much of the terrain slopes gently, with rolling hills on primarily southern, northern and eastern aspects. There is a 5-acre meadow where the right-of-way enters the property. The property includes a former caretaker's house which house is in disrepair and is being sold as is with no warranty. This site offers an ideal location for a sugarhouse or home. Species are dominated by hardwoods and include sugar maple, red maple, hemlock and white ash. Forest stocking is generally overstocked and thinning activity can occur at any time. The property offers an exceptional potential sugarbush opportunity. The conservation easement on the property is held by the Vermont Land Trust. The principal objective of the easement is to maintain, grow and harvest forest resources and products on a sustainable basis. Subdivision and future development are prohibited; however, forestry and sugarbush operations are permitted.
Patterson Brook Forest is one of the largest private ownerships in the Montpelier region. It offers unparalleled access to and views of Mount Hunger. The forest's stunning views, developed internal access and end-of-road privacy offer a significant kingdom lot opportunity. There are multiple homesites, each ideally suited for a weekend retreat, retirement home or large, working homestead. Much of the terrain is well-drained and gently-to-moderately sloped, and the land's high elevation provides views to the south towards Montpelier and to the west of the Worcester Range. The northern section of the property includes Mount Hunger's eastern ridge, a private route to one of Vermont's most hiked peaks. The land's most intriguing site is at the end of the western trail where level terrain unfolds less than a mile from Hunger, White Rocks and Burnt Mountains. The forest has been professionally managed for decades and the timber resource is dominated by northern hardwoods.
Listed by Michael Tragner and Todd Waldron of Fountains Land Inc.
Approved for 219 units in 2007 at City Level, sunset in 2011 but could be revived. Mix of single, Multifamily and Independent Living. Beautiful mix of old pasture and woodlands in the heart of Montpelier. Walking trails, Stone walls, large pine stands. Very convenient to all services, yet private and secluded. Excellent opportunity for an estate property or potential development. Access to water/sewer/power at street. Taxes are estimated based on information received in the most recent Montpelier Re-Appraisal. Access to Route 302 over a separate parcel for development purposes can also be negotiated. Broker Owned.
On the eastern slopes of the Worcester Range, this property offers timber production, recreation and homesteading. The property shares 3 miles of boundary with Putnam State Forest; includes the Burnt Mountain summit; has an internal road that leads to sweeping views of Mount Hunger; and is 10 miles from Montpelier. The forest's western terrain rises steadily from east to west, culminating at Burnt Mountain. Terrain for the eastern section of the forest rises south to north over mostly gentle slopes. Much of this terrain is easily accessible and there are attractive views of the mountains and the Montpelier area. The property's southeastern area provides level homestead opportunity relatively close to the town road and power, while the landscape at the end of the internal road provides a compelling, remote location for a house or camp. The forest has benefited from decades of professional stewardship and the timber resource is dominated by northern hardwoods.'
Listed by Michael Tragner and Todd Waldron of Fountains Land Inc.
A rare find of meadows and brook frontage on this 23.1 acre parcel with large barn. 180 Degree views from Sugarbush Valley to Mt. Mansfield, open fields - never to be developed - and plenty of septic. Adjacent to Thatcher Brook. Permitted for three 2-acre lots with 5 bedrooms each. Only a small portion of the lot is in flood plain - see map. Perc tested, 2-acre zoning. Local and state permits in place for all but 16-acre lot with barn. Owner is a licensed realtor.
Listed by Judy Foregger of Pall Spera Company Realtors-Stowe
A Five Star location in Berlin near the Medical Center, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont, Exit 7 of I-89, the Berlin Airport and central to both Barre and Montpelier. Two parcels offered together comprise 4.26+/- surveyed acres. Public water and sewer are available. Structures presently on this site are serviced by drilled wells and public sewer. A connection to the new Berlin Water System is available. Remove existing structures and you will have a level, high visibility location suitable for many potential uses.
Listed by Timothy Heney of Heney Realtors/Montpelier
Wonderful and unique offering of an estate quality parcel, the largest available in the valley and one of the largest ever offered. Wooded parcel in Current Use for low taxes, with a management plan to promote forest growth. Tremendous opportunity for private recreation and plenty of privacy. This parcel adjoins the 2500 acres Phen Basin, part of the Green Mountain National Forest. The VAST trail systems passes through the bottom of the property, offering access to hundreds of miles of trails in VT, NH, ME and PQ. Somerville Brook tumbles through. Blackberries, raspberries and more grow along the cleared logging roads and landings. This lot was heavily logged in parts over 15 years ago, new stands have been planted and the results have left a mix of open woods, plenty of trails and good habitat for wildlife. Lace up your hiking boots and take a walk in your woods.
Sugarbush and other mostly wooded with a gentle northly slope The lamoile River borders the notherly portion of the property. This would be a great place for the fishing enthusiast. There are many logging roads thruout the property and could be used for ATV riding or walking trails. There is diverse wildlife and very good habitat in the overgrown field stands. The 2nd SPAN # is 282-089-10351 owned by Chris on Union St is 140 acres, We I blazed & painted the line that separate the 140 acres from the 187 acres with blue paint yesterday. Working from the most southern point we got 75% of the line marked. I was amazed to see how much mature wood there is on the land. Ash trees averaging close to 2 feet on the stump, cherry trees between 1-2 foot and some veneer sized Yellow Birch, also a large stand of mature Softwood-Hemlock along the Wright Farm Road. A lot of timber & wild apple trees. Partridge,deer,abundant wildlife.
Listed by Marlene McCarty and Michael McCarty of McCarty Real Estate