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29032 Cougar Trail
29032 Cougar Trail, Aguilar, Colorado 81020
35.50Acres
$699,000
Lindal Custom Cedar Brick Home, 2 bed, 2 bath w/ office, 2,498 heated Sq ft, 2,610 total under roof, 35+ acres, multi-million $ views, Stone & Slate floors, auto skylights, whole house stereo, custom lighting & ceiling fans, 7 1/2 '' baseboards, SS appliances, custom cherry cabinets w/ pullout drawers in kitchen & office, granite counters in kitchen & master bath w/beveled edges, Vermont Casting w
29032 Cougar Trail
29032 Cougar Trail, Aguilar, Colorado 81020
35.50Acres
Lindal Custom Cedar Brick Home, 2 bed, 2 bath w/ office, 2,498 heated Sq ft, 2,610 total under roof, 35+ acres, multi-million $ views, Stone & Slate floors, auto skylights, whole house stereo, custom lighting & ceiling fans, 7 1/2 '' baseboards, SS appliances, custom cherry cabinets w/ pullout drawers in kitchen & office, granite counters in kitchen & master bath w/beveled edges, Vermont Casting w
$699,000
29032 Cougar Trail
29032 Cougar Trail, Aguilar, Colorado 81020
$699,000
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Maine Cabin for Sale in Avon
55 Mount Blue Pond RD, Avon, Maine 04966
950Acres
$875,000
950+- acres with over 3,000 feet on the western shore of Mount Blue Pond in Avon Maine. Tucked in a quit cove is an off-grid post and beam chalet with one bedroom on the first floor and a loft bedroom. An enclosed front porch and an enclosed second floor balcony enjoy views of the pond. Heat and ambiance are provided by a Vermont castings propane stove.
Maine Cabin for Sale in Avon
55 Mount Blue Pond RD, Avon, Maine 04966
950Acres
950+- acres with over 3,000 feet on the western shore of Mount Blue Pond in Avon Maine. Tucked in a quit cove is an off-grid post and beam chalet with one bedroom on the first floor and a loft bedroom. An enclosed front porch and an enclosed second floor balcony enjoy views of the pond. Heat and ambiance are provided by a Vermont castings propane stove.
$875,000
Maine Cabin for Sale in Avon
55 Mount Blue Pond RD, Avon, Maine 04966
$875,000
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155Acres
$849,900
Find peace and quiet in your own natural sanctuary. This beautiful property offers gently rolling topography which climbs to breathtaking 360 views of fields and forests. Raccoon Creek flows around three sides of the property creating a natural border for privacy and containment of livestock, and offering immediate access to fishing and canoeing.
155-Acres with Two Homes on Raccoon Creek For Sale in Albany, Ohio
36580 Bowen Cemetery Rd, Albany, Ohio 45710
155Acres
Find peace and quiet in your own natural sanctuary. This beautiful property offers gently rolling topography which climbs to breathtaking 360 views of fields and forests. Raccoon Creek flows around three sides of the property creating a natural border for privacy and containment of livestock, and offering immediate access to fishing and canoeing.
$849,900
155-Acres with Two Homes on Raccoon Creek For Sale in Albany, Ohio
36580 Bowen Cemetery Rd, Albany, Ohio 45710
$849,900
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312 acres Mettawee River Falls Granville NY
12 County Route 12, Granville, New York 12832
312Acres
$248,900
Mettawee River Falls with 312+- acres in Granville NY, Washington County. Great opportunity to own this unique land with miles of the Mettawee River running through it with several waterfalls including the designated Mettawee River Falls.
312 acres Mettawee River Falls Granville NY
12 County Route 12, Granville, New York 12832
312Acres
Mettawee River Falls with 312+- acres in Granville NY, Washington County. Great opportunity to own this unique land with miles of the Mettawee River running through it with several waterfalls including the designated Mettawee River Falls.
$248,900
312 acres Mettawee River Falls Granville NY
12 County Route 12, Granville, New York 12832
$248,900
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1.13Acres
$329,000
Kingman MountainSIZE: 25' x107.1 each lot total of 15 lots = 375' x 107.1'APN#: 31117137LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Kingman Metropolitan addition # 2 Block 7 Lots 40 thru 54STATE: ArizonaCOUNTY: MohaveGENERAL LOCATION: On Arlington at the NW corner of Vermont & ArlingtonGENERAL INFORMATION: Own the 2nd Highest point in Kingman. the only higher point is the mountain 1/4 mile to the west.
15 Town Lots In Kingman * On Kingman Mountain * City And Expansive Views
Vermont and Arlington, Kingman, Arizona
1.13Acres
Kingman MountainSIZE: 25' x107.1 each lot total of 15 lots = 375' x 107.1'APN#: 31117137LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Kingman Metropolitan addition # 2 Block 7 Lots 40 thru 54STATE: ArizonaCOUNTY: MohaveGENERAL LOCATION: On Arlington at the NW corner of Vermont & ArlingtonGENERAL INFORMATION: Own the 2nd Highest point in Kingman. the only higher point is the mountain 1/4 mile to the west.
$329,000
15 Town Lots In Kingman * On Kingman Mountain * City And Expansive Views
Vermont and Arlington, Kingman, Arizona
$329,000
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37Acres
$234,900
Custom log home on 37 acres with a 3 acre pond in Berkshire NY.No details left out on this fine custom-built Beaver Mountain Log Home.  Located in the Town of Berkshire on Phillips Road which is a dead end town road.  This well-outfitted Custom Log Home has a lot to offer.
Custom Log Home with Garage and Pond on 37 acres in Berkshire NY 75 Phillips Road
75 Phillips Road, Berkshire, New York
37Acres
Custom log home on 37 acres with a 3 acre pond in Berkshire NY.No details left out on this fine custom-built Beaver Mountain Log Home.  Located in the Town of Berkshire on Phillips Road which is a dead end town road.  This well-outfitted Custom Log Home has a lot to offer.
$234,900
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    Three Things to Keep Your Eye On When Looking for Vermont Land

    Three Things to Keep Your Eye On When Looking for Vermont Land

    Sprawling forests and sparsely populated cities are just two of the reasons nature enthusiasts and those who appreciate a slower pace of living love Vermont. The Green Mountain State is equally as famous for its cheddar cheese and maple syrup as it is for its skiing and hiking. read more…

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    At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Vermont. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Vermont for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

    Almost by definition all land in Vermont is rural; only Wyoming has fewer residents, its capital, Montpelier, is the smallest state capital and its largest town, Burlington, is the least populous city to have the honor of being a state’s largest. Even the homes that are built are often unoccupied – 15% of all Vermont housing stock is classified as vacant or seasonal, the second-highest rate in America.

    Four out of every five acres in Vermont is covered in forest. The maples produce more syrup than any other state when they are tapped in the spring. Land that has been cleared for agriculture is reserved mostly for the state’s dairy herds. Much of that fresh milk is trucked to Waterbury to make Ben & Jerry’s super-premium ice cream, the state’s most famous export. Some Vermont land is being purchased for vineyards – there were none in the state in 1985, today there are 14.

    Much of the state’s private lands come with easements for public recreation. Most of Vermont’s 6,000 miles of snowmobile trails, used by 138 clubs, travel across private lands. The state controls its wildlife herds of deer, bear, moose and wild turkey with managed hunts. Waterfront property can be found along the state’s 800 ponds and lakes. Lake Champlain on 120 miles of Vermont’s western border is the country’s largest lake that isn’t a Great Lake.

    Some of the Green Mountain State’s most attractive land resides in the Northeast Kingdom counties of Essex, Orleans, and Caledonia. In the past, the National Geographic Society has tabbed the Northeast Kingdom as the most desirable place to visit in America. The best way to explore these lands is on a mountain bike – the multi-use trail system here has been recognized as one of the best in the country.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Vermont, known as the Mountain State, is famous for its scenic beauty and peaceful surroundings. Vermont has the second smallest population and its largest city is Burlington.The capital city of Vermont is Montpelier which is the smallest when compared to any other state’s capital. Most of the buildings and homes in this state remain unoccupied throughout the year as visitors and owners tend to stay here only during the holiday seasons.

    Facts about Vermont

    • Montpelier has a population of fewer than 9,000 people.
    • The capital city, Montpelier, doesn’t have a McDonalds.
    • In the United States, Montpelier is the largest producer of maple syrup.
    • The largest amount of dairy cows.
    • IBM is the largest employer in Vermont.
    • Most of the milk produced in the state is bought by Ben & Jerry’s for making their ice cream. In return, the company gives all its ice cream waste to the local farmers in Vermont to feed their many hogs.
    • The capitol building of the state has a gold dome.
    • 80% of the land in Vermont is forest, with 4 out of every 5 acres.

    Why Should you buy a Property/House in Vermont?

    If you are looking for a second home in the U.S, then Vermont is a great option. A home set between beautiful forests with vast open lands everywhere is a dream holiday and retirement location. If you enjoy snow skiing or snowboarding, then Vermont is a great place to enjoy it. The state sees a huge number of people come from all over the world to enjoy world-class skiing. Autumn also attracts many visitors to witness the amazing leafs changing color. During the winter the market for buying property is slow and often sold for lower prices. So February and March may be the best months to buy property in Vermont.

    How is the Climate in Vermont?

    The Maple State has a humid continental climate with warm summers and cold snowy winters. The average temperature during the summer is in July between 75 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are cold with the average lowest temperature between 2 to 12 degrees Fahrenheit during January. Sometimes the winters are extremely cold and receive rain or snow. Autumn is the most sought-after season of Vermont due to the colorful leaves and spring is muddy during April. Early summer and spring receive the highest rainfall along with thunderstorms. Snowstorms are common during winters.

    What is the Cost of Living in Vermont?

    Vermont provides a life that many people have always wanted. With the streams, meadows and huge mountains usually visible. Vermont also offers a higher cost of living. The cost of living in Vermont is 16% more when compared to the national average. Utility costs are 29% higher due to the cost of heating homes during the chilly and snowy winters. This is the highest variant that affects the cost of living in Vermont.

    How is the Real Estate Market doing in Vermont?

    As per Zillow, Vermont homes have a median value of about $202,300. This value is around the same as the national average. The price of real estate has grown by 3.9% and is expected to grow by another 1.3% in the coming year. Major cities, including the capital Burlington, has a higher home value with the median property value of $321,700. The price has increased by 6% and is expected to rise by 3 more percentage points in the next year.

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