Ask Curtis Trousdale
With the peak of Belvidere Mountain on the adjoining conserved land, this 372.6 +/- acre forestland is an ideal recreational property ready for your seasonal camp in Lowell, VT! Journey along the almost half mile long access road to a mostly level 0.28 +/- acre clearing that offers great potential for a secluded recreational basecamp for outback skiers, hikers, mountain hunters & remote campers. With a gentle to moderate sloping topography, the property features mostly hardwoods throughout with several year-round streams, many smaller axillary streams, an old logging trail network ready to be reclaimed, & lots of wildlife. The access road could use a little love but currently offers easy travel for 4x4 vehicles & ATVs off the paved, Class II town-maintained Mines Road. Trails extend into the forestland off from the clearing; & with some maintenance, you'll enjoy an extensive, private trail network for all sorts of year-round recreational fun. Just 1500' off from the westerly boundary, you'll find the Green Mountain Club's Forester's Trail, which connects to the Long Trail & leads to the fire tower on Belvidere Mtn. There is potential for solar opportunities with great solar south exposure & industrial power lines at the street. This may be worth a sugarer's afternoon walk to determine if sugaring opportunities for future portfolios exist. Additional documentation available; address for GPS purposes only.