This 27 acre lot is a picturesque Vermont rolling farmland. The majority of the property consists of a large open field on the east side of the First Branch of the White River accessed by a sturdy iron beam bridge. There is an old pond with a spring in the field, that with some work, could be a beautiful addition to the property. The possibilities are endless for horses, cows or any other farm animal. Build your dream home up on the knoll overlooking the field and valley. A small one acre section of the property sits on the west side of the First Branch with road frontage and a large barn that once housed cows. Property is shown as Tract II on the sellers deed.
Last updated Sep 20, 2022
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MLS# 4911958 —
From the center of Chelsea town where VT Route 113 meets VT 110, follow VT Route 110 north towards Barre. In 3.1 miles the property is on your right. If you get to Edwards Road on your left then you've gone a bit too far. From Washington Center travel S about 6.8 miles on Route 110. Property on left
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