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10 Montpelier, VT 05602 Land For Sale
Here is a chance to own a large parcel of beautiful Industrial and Medium Density Residential Land with direct road frontage access off of busy US-2 and just off I-89, Purchaser will enjoy a well manicured lot and existing gravel driveway up to a large and private open field with an alternate US-2 access. With a large healthy plot of mature trees to boot there may be many uses for this outstanding and rare property. So handy and central to everything this amazingly property has so much potential in the perfect location! On the property there is an existing storage unit business consisting of two metal buildings that sellers are entertain offers on as a package. Land only purchase would be subject to proper permitting and final plat recorded prior to conveyance of property and the sellers would retain a right of way on the existing drive to and around the perimeter of the storage units. Property Taxes based on current configuration with active storage unit business.
Sunny, rolling meadows, streams, water falls, forest land, gravel, power, promising soils for large scale sewage and water sources. Perhaps one of the most desirable properties in Central Vermont if not Vermont. Property encompasses three zoning regions, Mixed Use District, Rural Residential and Conservation District. Located just outside Middlesex village you could not find a more convenient commuting spot, close to Montpelier, Sugarbush, Stowe, Burlington.
This southwest facing land consists of two contiguous parcels with 7.2 acres in the town of Middlesex and 7 acres in East Montpelier. There are many huge sugar maples for a home sugaring operation plus hundreds of towering white pines some 2 feet in diameter. There is a new drive way to the building site and a septic design (waste water permit WW-5-7879). Power crosses the land. There is an old concrete foundation with a tiled spring. This was the site of the CVC corps camp when they were building Wrightsville dam. The land is mostly wooded with a substantial amount of mature timber. Also there is 2+ acre open field and long distance views with clearing overlooking Wrightsville Reservoir and Hunger mountain. The property is 4 miles to downtown Montpelier. This is a rare property in a prime recreational area and borders State lands.
A 20-acre, gently-sloping meadow sits at the lands southern end along the town road frontage. The meadow slopes downhill away from the road, ending at a stream that originates just to the north. Along this small stream and adjacent to the meadow is an open-water beaver pond created by an active beaver population. Various potential home sites within the meadow would provide fine views of the nearby valley and ridgetops, including Chases Mountain and Densmore Mountain; the upper ridge of Densmore Mountain is entirely on the land. The meadow offers a westerly exposure and full southerly sun year round. While no soil test pits for septic have been dug, soils in the meadow are largely high and dry. The parcel has 2,100 of road frontage along town-maintained South Bear Swamp Road, where electric power is roadside. Most of the frontage is gently sloping, with two existing driveway cuts into the parcels meadow. The forest management plan identifies four forest stands with forest operations last occurring 35-40 years ago. Sugar maple is a common species and, at the lower slopes, a stand was previously used as a sugarbush. A well-developed woods trail leads from the back of the meadow to the upper mid-slopes of the land; this trail is used by VAST.
Timber data in this report are based on a comprehensive and monumented timber inventory completed in June of 2019 for the purpose of establishing Capital Timber Value (CTV). The timber data reveal a total sawlog volume of 6,722 MBF International scale (7.1 MBF/acre), with 16,769 pulpwood cords (17.8 cords/acre). Combined total commercial per acre volume is 32.1 cords, a figure above average for the region. Stumpage values were assigned to the volumes in June of 2019, producing a property-wide Capital Timber Value (CTV) of $1,055,400 ($1,122/commercial acre). The species composition is nearly split between hardwoods at 54% of total volume and softwoods at 46%. Species composition for all products combined mirrors that commonly found in the area; however, with a higher percentage of white pine, given that several large forest stands were planted to pine in the 1950s, resulting in white pine holding 17% of volume. Other species include hemlock (25%), red maple (18%), the birches (12%, mostly yellow birch), sugar maple (10%). Remaining species consist of white ash, beech, spruce and miscellaneous hardwoods, completing the profile. The sawlog volume breakdown is similar; however, white pine holds the largest volume followed by hemlock, the maples, yellow birch, red spruce and white ash (see graph to right). Previous forest management has had a noticeable impact on reducing the American beech component.
A rare opportunity to build your new home on the last undeveloped homesite in Montpelier's Murray Hill neighborhood. This open site is easy to build upon with public sewer, electric, phone and cable utilities readily available to this site. With south, southeast exposure and lovely views and abutting Association owned common land, this is the ideal location for your dream home. Ownership of this land includes membership in the Murray Hill Homeowners Association and the use and benefit of the Association swimming pool, tennis courts and approximately 18.5 acres of common land.
If youre looking for extensive long-range views, this is your property. Facing southwest, this parcel has a 14-acre field in front of 63 acres of forest land. From the field you can see a large section of the Green Mountains, with Mt Ellen (Sugarbush Resort) directly in front of you. This open level to gently sloping field has different options for building a permanent home or a special place to get away from it all. Possibilities include different agricultural endeavors, maybe some horses or other animals, a house and outbuildings, or maybe just a nice garden with amazing views. Easy access to I 89 is 3.5 miles away which make this a perfect place to escape to and let your imagination run wild.
This unique parcel showcases interesting Mountain Views of Hunger Mountain and the Worcester Range. There are several building site options depending on what the new owner would like to do. There are two clearings that are close to the road that would provide easy access to power which is located at the road. These semi-cleared areas could be opened up to provide more local and long-range views facing east and north. There are also several old clearings that could be used to build a house or camp, with old stone walls and small tracks of forest breaking up the old fields. Depending on what your looking for, this could be your place to build a permanent home or an easy to get to vacation get-away.
Ready to build your dream home. This wonderful 7.76 acre lot with mountain views is private yet only minutes to Montpelier and I-89. This lot has been surveyed and has been perc tested, septic design available. Town maintained and paved road. Don't miss out on this opportunity.
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