Waterfront living and recreation beacons from this serene getaway in Calais, VT! With its own coveted peninsula on the quiet Sabin Pond portion of Woodbury Lake, this 4.17 +/- acre property is perfect for your dream lake house or seasonal camp! Offering end of the road privacy, the property features an existing boathouse with a spare room, secluded firepits, idyllic walking trails, and some of the best swimming in the lake right off the peninsula! A proposed homesite has been identified to comply with a state Land Use permit for the property. Excellent drainage and sand at the already cleared, proposed homesite will make for easy digging, and underground power is already on-site and connected to the boathouse with a generator quick connect established. Enjoy over 1200 of protected waterfront with excellent bass fishing and crystal clear, clean water that attracts wildlife and a local loon family that nests just beyond the end of the peninsula point. A shared, common boat access and dock adjoins the property and is located at the end of the privately-maintained and plowed Barnett Road. The sellers have no knowledge of a shared road maintenance agreement. The property conveys subject to a 50 x 100 common access area easement that extends from the common boat access area. A renewed Land Use Permit Amendment for the homesite project is likely needed for construction to begin. Just 30 minutes outside of Montpelier. Waterfront living awaits!
9 Calais, VT Real Estate Listings
This charming 1425+/- sq ft antique two bedroom, two bathroom Vermont cape comes with 37+/- acres split in two parcels and has been in the same family since 1956. There have been many mechanical and cosmetic updates over the years. A NEW WELL WAS DRILLED IN JANUARY 2021. Boiler has a new liner, new hot water tank, upgraded GFCIs, new smoke & COs, An oversized two car garage offers direct entry during inclement weather. Gorgeous, rare narrow maple HARDWOOD FLOORING has been protected over the years by carpet in the living room, foyer, and family room. Second floor may have wide pine boards. A newer 3/4 bathroom was recently added on the first floor and is located off of a mudroom with a door to the back yard and detached classic livestock barn. A wood stove in the living room adds an optional heat source to the primary baseboard boiler hot water system. The screened in porch offers a comfy place for a hammock. A 2+/- acre flat pasture next to the barn would work well for animals or gardening. Several acres up behind the house had been used as a gravel and sand source, but is now another open pasture area. The Kingsbury Brook winds through the mostly hardwood forest parcel across Rt 14. Affordable opportunity to be part of the Calais and U-32 school districts.
Your year round Vermont playground! In the summer watch the sun rise over the mountains as you sip your coffee on the back deck overlooking Curtis Pond. Later in the day, boat, waterski or just stretch out on your own private beach right on the pond. Winter, walk out your back door for ice skating, hiking and snowmobiling. Four season fun, in a great contemporary home built by the current owners with pride, care and craftsmanship shining bright. Many upgrades over the past five years. The first floor features granite counter tops and artistically tiled floors. Upstairs a year round sunroom overlooks the water plus bedroom balcony! New standing seam roof installed seven years ago. This home is 100% smoke free. NEVER smoked in! Exterior features include barn board cleated siding, a small shop with storage. Just 20 minutes to state capital Montpelier, and a short walk to local stores and post office. Privacy, convenience and of course- just a short drive to some of the best skiing in North America! Let the fun begin.
Sited in a country neighborhood offering a wonderful homesite in a most desirable location. Mature trees and stonewalls. Near Mirror Lake (AKA #10) in Calais, these two parcels (offered as one) are wooded and overlook the pond.
Early 1830's Cape residence at the edge of the town common, off the main road but easily accessible, in East Calais Village. Open layout, light and bright eat-in kitchen. One-level living is possible with first floor bedrooms, full bath and laundry. Two bedrooms with wide-plank softwood floors, and 1/2 bath upstairs with large landing at the top of the stairwell. Covered entry porch (10' x 6'3) plus a full-width (6' x 29' 6) covered rear porch. Workshop in the walk-out basement level. Generator-ready. Significant renovations completed throughout, over the past 30-years. Standing seam metal roof. Flat lawn, sunny spot for a garden, stone wall, historic granite fence posts. Poultry shed. Detached garage with storage overhead, has been used as a workshop in the past. Trail easement (ancient town trail) between house and brook. Boundary line for this property goes down the bank to the high water line of the Kingsbury Brook. FEMA maps would suggest that the land along the riverbank is considered flood plain. House itself appears to be located above the flood plain, but self verify to be sure. $55/qtr bond fee. A truly comfortable, traditional, and casual place to call home.
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! Here is your opportunity to make money for your business and not for others. This barely worked quarry has a rare combination of granite and black slate that will help you excel in your business and rise above the rest. The hard part has already been taken care of, the ACT 250 PERMIT IS IN PLACE, and the quarry is ready to be worked. The 45 acres of land has all of the commercial quarry regulations you will need, drainage ponds, environmental permits, and annual blasting regulations set in place. With upwards of $1,040,000 worth of material being pulled a year, this gives you options for your clients and customers to make everyone happy. Again raising you up above others. Even the scrap tailings from blasting can make an income, $10.00 a yard not bad for scrap. When blasting you create many different types of material to use. You can pull stone for road work or construction purposes, or tap into the landscaping industry. In fact the Highland Center for the Arts bought and displayed stone from this very quarry, making the perfect untouched Vermont granite stone masterpiece. The 45 acres has 10 acres of quarry to pull from, and 35 acres of land for a buffer; and the potential for a solar field (solar has not been addressed but could be researched.) Take a look, run the numbers, and make a change towards the future of your business. This property can only make you money in the long run. (Does not include a crushing permit.)
Views, glorious views. Cleared pastures and mountains. 36+ acres on two plateaus well above Max Gray Road with a 180-plus degree view of central Vermont's Worcester Range. Mostly open fields looking for someone to build their classic Vermont dream home. Subdivision and perc-testing done. All you need are big dreams, an architect and a landscape designer. A one-of-a-kind opportunity for the right buyer.
OWNER'S UNIT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY! Originally known as the W.L. Pierce store, this 2 1/2 Story building has since been converted to a 2-unit residential property. The attached barn has a heated workshop/studio and overhead hayloft. Tenants pay their own heat, electricity, trash removal. Both units have spacious rooms with exposed beams, a mix of soft and hardwood flooring, and covered porch. Good natural light. 2-bay garage plus on-site parking. One room office with 1/2 bath on the front used to be the Post Office. High Visibility location if you envision a home business. Road frontage on 3 sides of lot. Currently there's a $55/QTR flat fee bond charge for community water system.
1248 sq ft. Bank owned foreclosure Single Family Home features 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Bank-Owned Foreclosures can offer opportunities to purchase properties at attractive prices.