Off grid hilltop homestead with 14 acres, incredible views, South Washington

The Land

Property Owner:

Private non-farming landowner

Property Location:

South Washington, Vermont

Total number of acres available with this property:

6-20

Acres of cropland or tillable land:

6-20

Acres of pasture:

Not Applicable

Acres of forested land:

6-20
Farm Information

Water sources present

Available

Water sources details

There is currently a drilled well to the house and a shallow well that used to be used by the house. The shallow well is out in a wetland, close to pasture and I think could be utilized again.

Barns, sheds or other structures

Available

Farm infrastructure details

There is a wood shed structure that could be used to house machinery and a wood shop out building that could be multi-use.

Farmer housing

Available

Farmer housing details

The current house is very large, 2.5 stories with over 4,000 square feet that could house a group of people. There is also a small one room cabin with no amenities.

Equipment and machinery

None available
Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement

Property for sale

Property for sale

The house, wood shop, cabin and wood shed plus 14 acres is for sale. I'm going to field best offers, because I believe this land is worth more than it's current assessment, which according to the town of Washington is $325,000.

Sale price

$300,000-$400,000
Additional Information

Description

I would like to sell my property to the right people - this is important to me. The property is magical so this is a good place for people who want more than the average location. I want to make sure the land is respected and cared for. There are perenial gardens, raspberries, blueberries, apple and plum trees. There is a pig farm next door, down the hill. This could be a plus for another farmer, or not. The hill top location makes working on the land very pleasant, and there is plenty of solar power. The wind turbine needs some work but should be functional with repair. The power line is a mile away so this is truly off grid. There is a stone circle at the height of land which was put in by the original owners, overlooking the whole Chelsea valley. Though it's only 5 minutes to town, this place feels remote and is the end of the road, where the plow turns around in the winter. A mile further down the 4th class section of road VINS (Vermont Institute of Natural Science) was recently donated around 200 acres with an old farmhouse, and will be doing summer camps and retreats there. There are miles of places to cross-country ski and hike, without meeting another human. I have put my heart and soul into reclaiming this abandoned property and will be happy to find people who will love it as much as I have.

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