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Land for sale including Timberland in Washington County Vermont

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$1,285,000 1,004 acres
Chase Road, Berlin, VT 05602 - Washington County

Chase Mountain Forest

Chase Mountain Forest is protected by a conservation easement and well suited to sugarbush management and high-quality timber investment. Property highlights include potential tap count of 37,676 taps, exceptional timber resource with capital timber value estimated at $1,149,100, long town road frontage with developed internal trails, secure access with roadside power, attractive location within 7 miles of Vermonts capital city, Montpelier, and an old house and 2 acres outside the lands conservation easement, providing an easily developable homestead. The property is in central Vermont, a region known for productive stands of sugar maple and other northern hardwoods and for a diverse array of regional and local markets for forest products.
Fountains Land - North Fountains Land
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$1,130,000 1,003 acres
Hults Road, Worcester, VT 05682 - Washington County

Patterson Brook Forest

The 1,003-acre Patterson Brook Forest represents one of the largest private ownerships within the Montpelier region of central Vermont. With nearly two miles of high elevation terrain in common with Vermonts Putnam State Forest, this forestland offers unparalleled access to and views of Mount Hunger, one of the regions scenic landmarks. The property lies on the eastern flanks of the Worcester Range in Worcester, Vermont, in the north-central part of the state. The Worcester Range runs north-south just east of and parallel to the Green Mountain Range. Worcester is primarily a bedroom community for Montpelier, Barre, Waterbury and larger employers in the Burlington region. Downtown Montpelier, located 10 miles to the south, is the hub of the
Fountains Land - North Fountains Land
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$890,000 763 acres
North Bear Swamp Road, Middlesex, VT 05602 - Washington County

Burnt Mountain Forest

Burnt Mountain Forest, part of a scenic and well-known landscape associated with Vermonts Putnam State Forest and Mount Hunger, brings together timber production, recreation and homesteading opportunities. The propertys most notable attributes are: a shared 2.7 miles of boundary with the 13,600-acre Putnam State Forest; the summit of Burnt Mountain, one of three scenic peaks making up the Mount Hunger Ridgeline; a gated internal road penetrating deep into the forest from which sweeping views of Mount Hunger unfold; proximity Montpelier, an economically and culturally vibrant community and Vermonts capital city. The property has been managed for decades as a working forest; left untapped are the lands recreational and homestead amenities off
Fountains Land - North Fountains Land