110 acres in Caledonia County, Vermont
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110 acres in Caledonia County, Vermont

2174 Great Road, Groton , Vermont 05046 - Caledonia County
$380,000 110 Acres
4 beds 2 Bathrooms 2068 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 4721085


Enter "Round the Clock Farm" via a classic country road, lined with mature maples and maintained by the town. This 110 /- acres consists of 40 acres of fields (currently cultivating clover), 20 acres of forest, 35 acres of fenced in pasture and 2 ponds (one stocked with trout). Once a 400 acre generational dairy farm, the large free-stall barn can be refurbished to most any purpose. The four-bedroom farmhouse is conveniently sited near the barn along the quiet country road. Nearby you will find Groton State Forest, the VAST trail (snowmobile the length of Vermont) and the State Capital of Montpelier. This bucolic setting is perfect for a hobby farm, bed and breakfast, wedding venue or simply just your private Vermont, Caledonia County escape. Additional acreage available across the street, a 55 acre parcel down the road MLS #4706530. All acreage not in "Current Use".


From I-89 S and I-89 N, take exit 7 toward US302/Berlin/Barre, go 5 miles and turn right onto N. Main St./US302E/VT-14, go 21 miles turn slight left onto Minard Hill Road, then go 2 miles turn slight left onto Great Road, go 2 miles, property is on the right.

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