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Description: Wouldn't it be nice to find a parcel of land where you could build your own cabin or home from timber on the land? Wouldn't it be better if it adjoined 1350 acres of conserved land which you could hike and nature watch or hunt on? Wouldn't it be amazing if within this 1350 acres there was a network of 20 KM of groomed Nordic ski and snowshoe trails that is only a few hundred yards from the property line? Access is provided from East Echo Lake Road (town maintained) to Tripp Hill (Class IV) and onto Hopkins Hill (Legal Trail). Two neighboring property owners currently keep Trip Hill road open in the winter. The setting is great for solar power with great southern exposure. There is view potential of Bald Mountain. The forest is primarily softwood dominated by Fir but there are some nice pockets of hardwood as well. Three of the Four boundaries lead to properties protected by the Vermont Land Trust restricting future development of the neighboring properties. There is well over 2000 acres of conserved land which is contiguous to this parcel and parcels adjoining those. This is a great opportunity to enjoy LOTS of land right outside your door at a very affordable price and without high yearly taxes. If you also enjoy the water you are very close to Echo and Seymour! Whether you are looking for a weekend retreat to unplug or a place to build a year around home this property is worth a look. Seller financing considered to qualified buyers. Broker owned.

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