The Rogers Peak Hillside land is a small timberland investment property with exceptional timber resource which has been gently managed since the early 1960s. The property offers a maturing maple resource with fully stocked stands of high-quality sawlogs. The landâs estimated 9,600 maple taps offers a potential sugarbush or income from tap leasing. A mountain stream runs through the property creating small waterfalls and deep pools with old hemlocks lining its steep banks. The propertyâs conservation easement creates an asking price well below the value of the standing timber. This land cannot be developed, and no camp can be built on it. Its timber can be managed and harvested.