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$340,000 424.5 acres
2420 Lynds Hill Rd, Plymouth, Vermont 05056 - Windsor County

2420 Lynds Hill Rd - Plymouth

This expansive parcel of 424.5+/- acres is a perfect retreat for hunting, camping or exploring miles of trails through northern hardwood forestland in Plymouth, VT. Year-round recreational enjoyment will be coveted by hikers, horseback riders, ATV or snowmobile riders, who will all love the tranquil sights of babbling brooks, vintage stonewalls, mountain views, and an abundant deer and wildlife populations. This is a great opportunity to build that rustic nature retreat or hunting cabin thats always been a dream! Pine Hill Rd is a well-cared-for class 4 road, which becomes a VAST snowmobile corridor during the winter months. Parcel has been formally surveyed and the road frontages are clearly marked. Property has three separate significant
Curtis Trousdale Preferred Properties
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$2,440,000 2,779 acres
Deep Gibou Road, Montgomery, Vermont 05471 - Franklin County

Deep Gibou Forest

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 V
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$2,890,481 2,228 acres
Herring Brook Road, Moretown, Vermont 05660 - Washington County

Herring Brook Forest

Situated in the north-central part of Vermont, the forest occupies much of the central portion of Moretown township, a rural, largely forested landscape; adjacent to the capital city of Montpelier. Montpelier, 6 miles east, offers numerous shops and restaurants, a lively cultural scene, several colleges, state government and an array of employers. There are numerous hiking and biking trails throughout the region, and 4 alpine ski areas within an hours drive. Burlington, the states largest city, is a 50-minute drive to the northwest. Boston is 3 hours southeast of the property. Topography is varied, however the majority of slopes are gentle to moderate. Areas of steep slopes can be found on terrain leading up to hill tops and along strea
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$1,299,231 776 acres
Mountain Road, Moretown, Vermont 05660 - Washington County

Moretown Gap Forest

Moretown Gap Forest is a versatile property with potential for: 1) home development made easy by the lands long road frontage, level terrain, and nearby town village, 2) sugarbush conversion with the high concentrations of maple stands, and 3) conservation, given the lands unique size and location within the landscape. The property is in a rural setting one mile from Moretown village and a short drive to job centers, skiing and shopping. The adjacent towns to the north and south, Waterbury and Waitsfield (each 10 miles from the property), offer diverse job markets, a variety of retail stores and specialty restaurants. Multiple skiing venues are also nearby, including Mad River Glen, just 11 miles from the land. The regional high school is
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$295,000 213 acres
Keniston Hill Road, Sheffield, Vermont 05866 - Caledonia County

Square Brook

The eastern end of the property along Route 122 is level and covers roughly 34 acres consisting of 19 acres of cropland and 15 acres of hayfields. This agricultural part of the property is in corn and hay production by a local farmer through a verbal agreement with the owners. The cropland to the east of the road provides drivable access to Millers Run River. The hayfield on the west side of the road offers access to the lower slopes of the forestland. Topography is quite variable. The steepest slopes are located at the propertys center. The areas along Keniston Hill Road and the propertys height of land are generally moderately to gently sloped. Elevation ranges from 1,400 at the height of land (located at the center of the western bo
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$94,500 85 acres
Route 113, West Fairlee, Vermont 05083 - Orange County

Route 113 Forest

Route 113 Forest has paved road frontage and house sites that are easily accessed as well as a considerable timber resource and excellent white-tailed deer habitat. The property is in the town of West Fairlee, with the village center just minutes down the road. Lake Fairlee is just 3 miles to the southeast while Interstate 91 is 11 miles to the east. From the property, it is 2 hours southeast to Boston and 4 hours southwest to New York City. The property benefits from two points of frontage along state Route 113 and a snowmobile trail crosses the western tip of the property. Internal access trails are well developed and lead to a high plateau on the property. There is a narrow band of gentle terrain along each of the road frontage points
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$3,270,000 3,568 acres
Worcester, Vermont 05682 - Washington County

Eagle Ledge Timberland Tract

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. Timber data is based on a monumented and comprehensive timber inventory conducted in August 2018. 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 conservation easement on the property will be held by the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation.
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$5,030,000 5,916 acres
Worcester, Vermont 05682 - Washington County

Worcester Timberlands

Worcester Timberlands 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. Timber data is based on a monumented and comprehensive timber inventory conducted in August 2018. Stumpage values were assigned to the volumes in August of 2018, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (Ctv) of $7,622,300 ($1,317/Total commercial acre). A conservation easement on the property will be held by the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation.
Michael Tragner Fountains Land
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$1,910,000 2,353 acres
1 Eagle Ledge Road, Worcester, Vermont 05682 - Washington County

Catamount Timberland Tract

Catamount 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. Timber data is based on a monumented and comprehensive timber inventory conducted in August 2018. Stumpage values were assigned to the volumes in August of 2018, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (Ctv) of $2,765,400 ($1,200/Total commercial acre). A conservation easement on the property will be held by the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation.
Michael Tragner Fountains Land