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$2,040,000 1,994 acres
State Route 12, Elmore, Vermont 05657 - Lamoille County

Elmore Pond Forest

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
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$690,000 625 acres
VT Route 105, Jay, Vermont 05859 - Orleans County

Jay North Forest

Jay North Forest is an exceptional timber and/or sugarbush opportunity with attractive species composition, productive soils, good access and a diameter distribution supporting high levels of product shifting over the next 10-20 years. The forest lies in the northern Vermont township of Jay, home to the Jay Peak Ski Resort 10 miles to the south. The region is highly scenic, showcasing the tall peaks of the northern Green Mountain Range, and is rich with recreation opportunities, including the Long Trail just east of the land and a side trail along the high peaks of the propertys northern end. The property has long frontage along Route 105, one of the areas main transportation corridors, providing exceptional access to forest product markets
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$468,000 481 acres
Lake Wapanacki Road, Wolcott, Vermont 05680 - Lamoille County

Keeler Brook Forest

Keeler Brook Forest consists of two non-contiguous, conserved parcels that lie within 1,000 of each other in the towns of Hardwick and Wolcott, Vermont. The topography of Keeler Brook East is characterized by Jeudevine Mountain in the northeastern corner of the property and Scribner Hill along the western boundary. A series of beaver ponds and associated wetlands are found between these two features along the course of Keeler Brook. Topography on the flanks of Jeudevine Mountain is moderate to steep, and exposed bedrock is common. Scribner Hill is dominated by gentle-to-moderate slopes with little exposed bedrock. On Keeler Brook West, site quality is generally good with moderately well-drained soils in most areas. The timber resource
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$356,000 264 acres
Bear Notch Road, West Fairlee, Vermont 05045 - Orange County

Old Buffalo Forest

Old Buffalo Forest is a central Vermont timber investment property with high-quality, mature stands dominated by maple, ash, oak and pine sawlogs. Highlights include: desirable species composition; high overall stocking; predominantly 65-110 year old stems; exceptional stem quality; developed access for full property coverage; and low carrying costs. The property is located in a rural mountainous region in east-central Vermont where homes are widely scattered and small family farms occupy the fertile valleys. The lands convenient positioning to the I-91 corridor (11 miles to the east) enhances the capacity for efficiently transporting forest products to various markets within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and across the border into Canada.
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$197,000 116 acres
Goodale Road, Bethel, Vermont 05032 - Windsor County

116 acres Bethel, VT

Gilead Brook Forest in Bethel, Vermont, is tucked into a classic, narrow Vermont hollow. Seldom does a small property come to market, valued largely as a timber investment, whose price is supported by an exceptional timber resource. Of particular interest is the high quality of the maturing hardwood resource, which exists on the lands western half in stands that have been meticulously managed for decades. In addition, much of the hemlock component is mature and can benefit from thinning. This offers an income stream while the hardwoods continue to further develop into the sawlog veneer product classes. Soils are well-drained with good site productivity, which is evident from the tall stems and high crown-to-bole ratios. Sugar maple is
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$149,100 163 acres
Route 107, Stockbridge, Vermont 05772 - Windsor County

Bartlett Brook Forest

Bartlett Brook Forest is an affordable, hardwood-dominated timberland investment, offering a diverse diameter distribution and high stocking. While the property is protected by a conservation easement, there is a camp right and adjacent state lands to enhance recreational opportunities. The property sits on the western slopes of the narrow and undeveloped Bartlett Brook valley just south of Route 107 and the White River in Stockbridge, Vermont. A surveyed right-of-way that begins off Route 107 accesses the forest. Internally, a series of older skid trails thread through the woods. The topography of the forest is shaped by Sable Mountain, a notable peak just south of the land. The forests southern end occupies the upper plateau of S
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$145,000 67 acres
Hayes Road, Duxbury, Vermont 05676 - Washington County

Hayes Road Forest

Hayes Road Forest is a secluded mountainside parcel offering large easterly views, a central building site and a convenient location between Vermonts best ski resorts and job markets. The property is in the central Vermont of Duxbury, a small village adjacent to the more significant town of Waterbury. Waterbury lies at the junction of Interstate 89 and State Route 100, providing easy access to Stowe. Waitsfield and Sugarbush, Burlington and Montpelier. The forest is just 5 miles from Interstate 89 in Waterbury, from which point it is a 3-hour trip to Boston or 6 hours to New York City. Hayes Road Forest offers a private spot for a seasonal or year-round, off-grid home with sweeping valley and mountain views. The property rests on the upp
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$112,000 89 acres
Old Turnpike Road, Mendon, Vermont 05701 - Rutland County

Catamount Forest

Catamount Forest is a secluded, forested property adjacent to national forest and three long-distance hiking trails. The property rests on the western slopes of the Green Mountains in central Vermont. To the east, the landscape rises to the spine of the Green Mountains. To the west, the land slopes down to the valley region around the South Bay of Lake Champlain. To the north, the Green Mountain National Forest covers over 150,000 acres of the mountainous terrain. The property has 1,650 of frontage on a Class 4 section of Old Turnpike Road, which is directly off US Route 4. The road is a maintained, gravel road with utilities for the first 1.5 miles. Here, electric service ends and the road continues on as a level, well-maintained, one-la
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$98,000 27.3 acres
Devlin Road, Duxbury, Vermont 05676 - Washington County

Upper Devlin Road

This high-elevation lot in the shadow of Camels Hump offers secluded building options with emergent views close Waterbury, Stowe and Montpelier, Vermont. The property is just 6 miles from the Exit 10 interchange on Interstate 89 in Waterbury. The parcel sits at about 2,000 elevation on the upper slopes of Crossett Hill, a large north-south ridge just east of Camels Hump. A smaller ridge jutting east off Crossett Hill into the property provides elevated and flatter terrain. Here, with tree clearing, there can be sweeping views from the northeast across the eastern horizon and the rolling Vermont hills to the southeast towards the Sugarbush Valley. This would make a stunning, top-of-the-world site for a residence. Northern hardwood forests, w
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$98,000 31.4 acres
Devlin Road, Duxbury, Vermont 05676 - Washington County

Lower Devlin Road

This high-elevation lot in the shadow of Camels Hump offers secluded building options with emergent views close Waterbury, Stowe and Montpelier, Vermont. The property is just 6 miles from the Exit 10 interchange on Interstate 89 in Waterbury. The parcel sits at about 2,000 elevation on the upper slopes of Crossett Hill, a large north-south ridge just east of Camels Hump. A smaller ridge jutting east off Crossett Hill into the property provides elevated and flatter terrain. With tree clearing, there can be stunning views to the northeast from most sites on the parcel. This would make a stunning, top-of-the-world site for a residence. Northern hardwood forests, with some spruce-fir and hemlock, cover the lot. Some trees, notably red spruce an
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$67,000 47 acres
Dodge Road, Elmore, Vermont 05680 - Lamoille County

Dodge Road Forest

Dodge Road Forest is in a rural town not far from the capital city and offers gentle terrain, a developing timber resource, a scenic wetland and cabin development options. The town of Elmore is known for its popular lake, mountain, and State Park of the same name, all accessible from the small village center with a classic country store. The property is accessed via a right-of-way, part of which, is a snowmobile trail in the winter. Dodge Road Forest a recreational woodlot with options for hunting, establishing a seasonal camp, woodlot management and wildlife viewing. The terrain is gentle, except near the southern edge of the central wetland where it is steep and rocky. The entire property is forested, except for the central wetland. H
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc