Marlboro Vermont Real Estate

6 acres of peaceful, back country woods. Soil testing has been done and the site will support a 4 bedroom in-ground system. The front portion is quite flat, which makes for a perfect house site. The back half has a slight incline but is very easy to walk through. There is a power line easement across the front of the property which has opened up a 50' wide northerly view. Currently there is still snow on the ground and the road in front of this land is not plowed. See directions
Welcome to the 28.6 +/- acres of peace and quiet you’ve been searching for in Marlboro, VT! This is a great opportunity for RV enthusiasts, van-lifers, or recreationalists to establish a basecamp for adventures in the Green Mountain State. Located on a gravel country road that’s maintained and plowed by the town year-round, the current infrastructure includes a professionally constructed gravel driveway and a level landing space perfect for parking your RV or van with excellent drainage ditching, culverts, and handsome retaining walls. Molly State Park, Harriman Reservoir, Mount Snow, and the Green Mountain National Forest are all nearby! Power runs along Augur Hole Rd and there is also a power pole on the property at an old camper site. The elevated gravel landing offers wooded privacy and the calming sounds of Bellows Brook flowing parallel to the road frontage on the property! Enjoy excellent proximity to Route-9, Interstate 91, and Brattleboro, VT. Property is within the Town of Marlboro’s Rural Residential Zoning District and its acreage size makes it a candidate for the state’s tax reduction program, Current Use. Owner financing may be possible. This is a land only sale. Please see MLS # 4963287 for the land and personal property being sold together.
Mountain views in Marlboro Vermont! This 13+ acre parcel is situated in the desirable community of Marlboro where you are never far from a farmstand, sugar house, community or cultural event, or recreation. Roughed-in driveway access from a paved state road, with direct routes west taking you to lakes and skiing. Molly Stark State Park is nearby too. Head east to Brattleboro for all of the conveniences of a larger town and I-91 access. Visit the Brattleboro Farmers Market, and Memorial Park or stroll down the main street for an eclectic mix of boutique shops and unique eats. Or, stay "in town" and visit the Vermont Natural History Museum, a favorite with visitors and locals alike! Grab a pizza at Pizzapalooza or a craft spirit from the local distillery. The lot itself is lightly wooded with a gentle slope on the lower half of the lot and a gradually steeper grade closer to the top. Much of the land has ridgeline views that improve impressively as you near the southern boundary line. Some selective cutting and thoughtful house site location could make for a very special spot with sunrise and/or sunset views.
Here is an amazing opportunity to build your dream Vermont getaway. This 30 acre parcel sits conveniently off a quiet town maintained paved road, not far from the Mount Snow ski resort or nearby lakes. At the crest of a hill, beautiful views could be attained with minimal clearing. 28 acres is currently in Current Use and 2 acres is separate for a home site. The withdrawal of any acreage would incur a 10% fee of the assessed value of that acreage. The acreage gently rolls down the hill offering numerous house site options. Final photo is of the potential view from the neighboring property.
This property of 169+/- acres blankets the side of a mountain along the Augur Hole valley. There is over 700 feet of the Marlboro Branch River running through the property: a trout fishermen's dream! Over the last 40 years of family attention, forestry harvests have concentrated on creating animal habitat, and the land presently has respectable numbers of deer, coyotes, bear and turkeys, just to name a few. It has been in the same family since 1948 and is now available, looking for a buyer who comprehends and appreciates the opportunity for some of the quietest land in the area. The south end of the land has the most gentle terrain and presents no sound but the wind in the pines. The high point of the south portion has the potential for a 180 degree view with clearing. Less than 30 minutes to Mount Snow, Wilmington, The Hermitage Club, or I-91

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