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Description: A northern Vermont forestland tract, well suited to the long-term timber investor, with options for home construction or sugarbush management. Property highlights include a standing timber value of $292,700, 15,000± potential taps, long town road frontage, mostly gentle terrain with scenic views of the Cold Hollow Mountain Range, and attractive asking price set near timber value. The property has 2,900 feet of frontage on Bog Road, a dirt, town-maintained road. Terrain gradually falls from the land’s southern end to the road frontage to the north, producing a northern aspect. Terrain is gradual to moderately sloped, with few steep areas creating ideal conditions for forest management and sugarbush operations. Views after tree clearing of the opposing Cold Hollow Mountain range would be impressive. The species composition is dominated by hardwoods (93%), offering a diverse mix led by yellow birch (28%), followed by sugar maple (25%) and red maple (21%). Stands are generally fully stocked and stem quality is quite good, overall. The property offers a potential sugarbush opportunity, given the level of maple stocking, slope factor and access. A June 2017 timber inventory indicates a potential tap count of 15,156 taps with an additional 9,174 taps that may become available in the coming decades from the maple resource within the 5-8” diameter class.

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