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Comfortable place to come home to. Located just a three to four minute walk from Treasure Island, a town run and maintained swimming and recreation area, and near the public boat launch for Lake Fairlee. Five miles from both Interstate 91 to the south east and the Lake Morey Country Club to the north. This home has a recently renovated kitchen, freshly painted interior, new exterior siding. Features great space for entertaining and a great yard. Lots of options with this house. In move-in condition.
Listed by Alfred Michalovic of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
Hemlock Hill in West Fairlee, Vermont is an 83-acre property that includes an 8-acre building site and 75 acres of forest. The large level meadow is perfect for building a home, farm or vacation house. Could be used for a possible agricultural or equestrian endeavor as well. For the avid hunter, there is a great deer yard in the old hemlock forest. A network of open trails provides easy access to the forested acreage, as well as backcountry skiing, snowmobile or ATV use. If you want peace and quiet, take a walk through the woods and end up at the top of the property. Above the trees there is an open natural clearing perfect for a cabin or camp. Sit outside with a roaring fire and watch the world below and stars above. Close to I-91, Lake Fairlee, Hanover, NH and Dartmouth College.
Route 113 Forest has paved road frontage and house sites that are easily accessed as well as a considerable timber resource and excellent white-tailed deer habitat. The property benefits from two points of frontage along Route 113 and a snowmobile trail crosses the western tip of the property. Internal access trails are well developed and lead to a high plateau on the property. There is gentle terrain along each of the road frontage points and at the height of land. In between, the topography is moderate to occasionally steep. At the high point, hardwoods dominate the forest and views of the Ompompanoosuc River Valley below unfold from late fall to early spring. From here, dense hemlock and pine stands, including a mapped wintering deer yard, slope to the road. A timber inventory was done in June 2017 producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value of $62,200. The species composition is nearly equally split between hardwoods and softwoods. Species composition for all products combined is dominated by hemlock, while sugar maple holds 29% of total volume. Fully-stocked stands prevail and stem quality is high. While the forest holds a wide diameter distribution, most stems are within the 12-16 size class.
Looking for a small farm? This wonderful property has a fenced in pasture, a goat barn with plenty of storage, a detached garage and a 72 x 14 Manufactured home with front and rear covered porches that allow you to listen to the sound of a babbling brook or overlooking the pasture and watching the animals. This is a great home for anyone looking for peace and tranquility.
Federal 30-year interest rate: 2.87% last updated on 2020-09-17
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