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$680,000 526 acres
3000 Lottery Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

3000 Lottery Road, Shrewsbury

Estate quality 526.7+/- acre parcel located at the end of a town maintained road featuring privacy and extraordinary views. Shrewsbury is an upscale quiet town in the heart of the green mountains; a perfect place to build your escape. Likely once a sheep farm the property is covered with stone walls used to separate pastures & feature many old stone foundations. The pastures have since regenerated supporting commercially valuable forestland including maple, oak, cherry & softwood varieties. Miles of excellent internal roads & trails for your personal recreational use. Zoning allows for a residence, barns and associated structures. Preliminary engineering located 24 bedrooms of septic capacity. Power was brought over 1,340 feet i
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$689,900 12 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3415 sqft
969 Northam Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

12 acres Shrewsbury, VT

Extremely Rare Opportunity to have the possibility of owning an incredible home while being able to have a commercial venture on site with the remarkable 4,000 square foot Building. Situated on this prime 12 acres is this 4 Bdrm, 2 1/2 bath Log Home and while enjoying the enclosed glass porch, deck or patio the views that are in front of you will simply amaze you. A private first floor master suite, custom kitchen,two fireplaces, family room w. spacious bar, and hot tub room are just a few of the highlights of this property. The detached building has 3 phase power, Act 250 permit for 10 employees, FHA oil and Pellet Furnaces, spacious work areas, offices, and a bathroom. A Kohler 17 KW automatic on generator for house and shop. Shop was con
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$139,000 126.5 acres
5000 Cold River Rd, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

126.5 acres Shrewsbury, VT

Under 10 minutes drive from Rutland. Beautiful spot on Cold River Rd with potential views of Killington mountains. Build your dream home on this wooded 126 Acres. New driveway to a cleared building spot, big new shed for your toys, great for recreation, power by the Road. 120 Acres is in Land Use and has timber value.
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$87,000 2 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1100 sqft
7601 Cold River Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

2 acres Shrewsbury, VT

$10,000 PRICE REDUCTION! CALLING ALL OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS!!! Peaceful and serene three bedroom home along the Cold River and next to the Long Trail. Hiking, fishing, hunting and biking from your door step. Skiing, golfing, lakes and VAST trails all within a short drive. Quiet living but yet close to the amenities in Rutland A single wide manufactured with two additions and newer built in cabinets give you more space than meets the eye. Open concept living room, dining room and kitchen. All bedrooms and full bath/laundry room on single level. Very nice barn that could easily be converted back to a garage or created into a studio. Nice yard for animals, landscaping and gardening. Generator hook up available.
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$63,500 18.6 acres
00 Cold River Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

18.6 acres Shrewsbury, VT

Parcel was once part of a 5 lot PUD which was abandoned and the subdivision withdrawn. One house has been built on original PUD map. Property was conveyed to sellers as a singular parcel. New State and municipal permits will need to be obtained if a subdivision is desired. Sellers' attorney believes previously approved septic designs will suffice for future development, so long as lot configurations do not drastically change and required isolation distances are maintained.
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$63,500 18.6 acres
00 Cold River Road, Shrewsbury, VT 05738 - Rutland County

18.6 acres Shrewsbury, VT

Parcel was once part of a 5 lot PUD which was abandoned and the subdivision withdrawn. One house has been built on original PUD map. Property was conveyed to sellers as a singular parcel. New State and municipal permits will need to be obtained if a subdivision is desired. Sellers' attorney believes previously approved septic designs will suffice for future development, so long as lot configurations do not drastically change and required isolation distances are maintained.