47 acres in Grand Isle County, Vermont
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47 acres in Grand Isle County, Vermont

92 West Shore Rd, Isle La Motte , Vermont 05463 - Grand Isle County
$595,000 47 Acres
Property ID 4414383

Description

This 47 acre parcel offers salvation as it borders the St Anne's Shrine in Isle La Motte. 500 feet on Lake Champlain with sandy gradual shoreline, and an 8 foot cement wall on the entire lakefront. Beautiful westerly lake and mountain views and very good water quality; with no weeds!. There is an impressive old growth stand of rock Maples and tremendous oaks. There is perhaps 400-500 tap potential with just huge trees. Historically this land was called Green Acres and it was an inn that burned to the ground. There is an existing sand pit with 60 feet of sand and gravel. Conventional soils make up this property with a mix of sand and sand/gravel. The St. Anne's Shrine is Vermont's 3rd largest tourist attraction. Also there is no zoning. The Statue of the St Anne's Shrine is about 20 feet from this lands boundary; in the Hardwoods/Sugar bush. The public beach at the Shrine is considered one of the local favorites with pure sand.

Directions

From Rte 78 to Alburgh at the intersection of Rte 2 go straight across on the truck route; go to end. Take left at West Shore Rd. Follow to the causeway for Isle la Motte. Take right onto causeway follow to right onto Shrine Road, go past St Annes Shrine. Property borders the Shrine on the road.

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