Build your dream home on this gorgeous parcel of land in the beautiful village of South Strafford. Thirty acres in a very private setting yet only a five minute drive to the quaint villages of South Strafford and Strafford. There is potential for fantastic views depending on the building site location. An abundance of trails for hiking, cross country skiing, hunting horseback riding. Plenty of mature sugar maple trees to make your own maple syrup. Dug well on the property. Seller has completed extensive road and drainage work into the property. South Strafford offers school choice for high school. Ten minute drive to I-89, twenty minutes to Norwich.
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Just reduced to $349,000 94 acres, in Strafford Vermont, Justin Morrill Highway is a QUIET country road, 1023 feet of road frontage, may have the ability to create 1 or 2 more lots. Quiet at the Top of the world, 15 years ago this was a year-round cottage. Breathtaking views of Strafford Village, one of the many attractions this property has to offer. Driveway to the top of the property along with power, propane, well, and septic. Your little cabin consists of a large eat-in kitchen with a woodstove, Livingroomand 3/4 bath with laundry on the first floor. Use it as a retreat from city life or while you build your dream home. Small shed for extra storage also at the top of the property. Drilled well, 1982 septic system, 2 bedroom cottage on post and piers. Woodstove with a chimney, and 2 propane wall heating units. 10 years ago this property was a beautifully landscaped area with full-time residents., Easy to bring it back with some cutting. The property is 11 miles off I-89 exit 2 in Vermont, 25 miles to West Lebanon and Hanover, 2.5 hours to downtown Boston. This property can be your oasis in Vermont. Village of Strafford is a beautiful small Vermont Village with Newton Village elementary School, wonderful little Restaurant StoneSoup, cattle and horse farms, along with hiking trails throughout the valley. As private as you desire or as public as you want, the property is not in current use
Offered for the first time16 Brokaw Road, Strafford, Vermont is where you marvel at the magnificent sunsets over Killington Peak, Pico Peak and Mt. Abraham and the Green Mountain Range. Four seasons of spectacular views, sunsets, storms and fireworks. This special spot consists of eleven acres with restored stone walls, open spaces and trails throughout. The home was constructed in 1983 and has been very well maintained throughout the years. It consists of three bedrooms, three baths and is appointed with many fabulous features. Custom cherry cabinets, built-ins, oak hardwood and Vermont slate floors just to name a few. Two working wood burning fireplaces and the added bonus of passive solar from the wall of windows to maximize the view of the mountain range and add to the energy efficiency of the home. A two car attached garage with plenty of storage above and below allows for the collection of skis, snowshoes, tennis racquets, horseshoes and any other recreational equipment. The town of Strafford has many wonderful amenities, such as public tennis courts, edible pocket park, town pond, tubing on the Ompompanoosuc River and town trails for hiking galore. Private and yet very convenient to traveling points North and South. I-89 exit 2 is 5.2 miles from property.
Escape to bucolic South Strafford, Vermont and create your own oasis on this 2+/- acre parcel. Located .8 miles from Coburns General Store, 1.1 miles to Newton Elementary School and Barrett Hall. Come ski Strafford's own Harrington Hill, visit the Strafford Nordic Center, Strafford Creamery and the critically acclaimed Stone Soup restaurant. The property has access to fiberoptic high speed internet and power is easily accessible. What are you waiting for? Come and view it today.
This beloved Cape style home truly captures the beauty and simplicity of New England living. Outside the home you'll find 1+/- acres of land, a level yard, and a pond that's perfect for ice skating in the winter, or swimming and entertaining in the summer. Inside you'll be greeted by a warmth that only a wood furnace and natural light can provide. The main floor offers an open concept kitchen and dining room area, a half bath with laundry hookups, and a spacious living room that's full of light throughout the day. On the top floor you'll find a full bath, four bedrooms with sizable closets, ceiling fans, and built in storage/desk space. The partially finished walkout basement can easily be converted to additional living space if needed, or keep it as a home office and seasonal storage. The property is located within walking distance of Miller Pond, 25 minutes to Hanover New Hampshire, 30 minutes to Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital, and 15 minutes to Thetford, Vermont.
This outstanding woodland land parcel is a 95 acre portion of the legacy woodlands of John T. Hemenway. Accessed by Furnace Flat Road, with 2355 feet of frontage on the Class 4 section. While there are several choice building sites, the old stone foundation pinpoints what is the premiere building site. Long distant views and good natural protection from the north. The forest management that this property has been the beneficiary of, has produced a forest of primarily mixed northern hardwoods of excellent quality. Extremely private and yet easily accessed from route 132 and in close proximity to South Strafford Village. Norwich and Hanover are a short twenty minute drive. An abutting 36 acre parcel is also available and is listing MLS#4781678.
In a class by itself. It is hard to list all the remarkable features of this stunning parcel. Grand views, vernal pools, trails, large pond and open meadows are just a few. The spring fed earth pond was designed by Hank McGreevey, it is thought to be one of the last ponds he designed. The property boast some of the nicest sugar arches in the county just waiting for a sugar house. Lent Road is located off Vermont Route 132 as you are entering the bucolic village of South Strafford. The parcel is made up of two lots and it is in the Current Use program.
An outstanding opportunity to purchase a portion of the legacy woodlands of John T. Hemenway. John was considered one of the pioneers of modern times for the conservation and stewardship of timberland. Through his long storied life John purchased over 5000 acres which is mostly now conserved. This 36 acre parcel is one of the very few that was sold privately. The land is gently sloping with multiple excellent building sites. The standing timber is a testament to proper stewardship. There is a year round brook that runs along the western boundary. Located just 2 miles from South Strafford Village, the property is easily accessed and an easy commute to Norwich/Hanover and the Upper Valley.