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4015 Camp Brook Road Description

Incredible sugaring opportunity in the country town of Bethel, Windsor County, VT! This 122 +/- acre lot boasts both Northern hardwood and mixedhardwood stands. Although not currently used as a Maple Orchard, the seller is estimating a potential of 5000+ sugar taps. 2013 Capital Timber value in excess of $100,000. Property is in Current Use with 8 acres section left out of the program for future development, perfect a potential home or camp. Numerous trails provide for ease of access for walking, riding or ATV's. The VAST snowmobile trails cuts through one end of the property for your winter fun. This is by landowner permission each year, so if snowmobiling is not your thing, no problem. In the lower section, Large Hemlocks tower over beautiful running streams while Sugar and Red Maples dominate the northern, elevated stands. Slope is excellent for sugaring while still allowing easy use of the property for access, hunting, etc. Power and fiber is approximately 180' from the border on Camp Road, a paved town maintained road. Existing curb cut leading to a small clearing makes parking easy and may be a good spot for a home or camp. Septic soil testing in progress with results available soon. This rural retreat has been well thought out and executed - do not miss this chance!

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Listed by Curtis Trousdale and Alex Danis of Preferred Properties
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