Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
LOCATION: This beautiful recreational/hunting ranch is located about 9 miles northeast of Brady and 4 miles northwest of Rochelle. This ranch lies approximately 1 mile off of paved FM 1121, with good county road access.
WATER: Two water wells and one stock pond on the ran...
Vermont's 463-square-mile Lamoille County covers five percent of the state's total land area. Of Vermont's 14 counties, Lamoille County ranks 12th in terms of the size of its population (25,235, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Lamoille County. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Lamoille County at $837 per acre. The average listing price was $362,500 (the most expensive listing being for $475,000) and the median acreage of land for sale in Lamoille County was 433 acres. Land for sale in Lamoille County totaled 866 acres and $725,000 in overall land value, with the city of Belvidere Center featuring the most land for sale in the county. With a recreation- and tourism-dependent economy, recreational acreage and property, as well as hunting lands, are most commonly sold in Lamoille County.
Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Lamoille County Vermont
Elmore Pond Forest represents an exceptional timber and/or sugarbush opportunity with attractive species composition, a maturing yellow birch age class, and high volumes, providing the next ownership a clean canvas to develop a personal stewardship plan. Protected by a conservation easement, the property can be used for forestry and sugarbush operations with the construction of associated support infrastructure permitted.
The forest is located in the town of Elmore in north-central Vermont. Spanning nearly 4 miles from north to south, this considerable footprint runs parallel to the northern end of the Worcester Range, with some sections of the lands upper elevations encompassing the ridgeline. An eastern aspect prevails with nearly al