14± Acres
Chittenden County, Vermont

4805 Hinesburg Road - Shelburne

ID: 44493
Status: Available
Price: $250,000
Acres: 14±
Price Per Acre: $17,857
Type: Farms, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land
Address: 4805 Hinesburg Road
City, State: Shelburne, Vermont
County: Chittenden
ZIP Code: 05482


Wonderful 14 +/- acre Shelburne, Vermont land offering. Gently sloping open farm field that looks across the road to an establish riding stable and open fields. The southeast of the property provides views of Shelburne Pond. Residential power crosses the property and highspeed internet is available at pole across the street. Septic soil testing was completed in August 2023 with results showing a highly likely 4-bedroom residential mound system. Hinesburg Road is a state maintained, paved, year-round road. The seller previously applied and was approved for an access curb cut. Reapplication will be required. Located right on the Shelburne/Williston town line, the property is only minutes from all major shopping in Willison, the Burlington airport, and the University of Vermont Medical Center. Come explore the property and see it will fill the needs of your agricultural or residential use. Enrolled in Vermont Current Use tax reduction.

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