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Listed by Christopher Lang of LandVest,Inc/Woodstock
The backbone of Vermont history and its rural way of life is the Vermont Hill Farm. Once common, today they are increasingly hard to find, especially those that remain intact with modest structures and abundant acreage. Harder still is to locate one in an area with other farms that collectively define and sustain the beauty of the Vermont landscape. Taken together, this is a rare and special opportunity to purchase a Vermont classic located at 2407 North Road in West Newbury, VT. With a comfortable three-bedroom home, historic school house, post & beam barn and 196.3+/- acres you may well think you are in heaven. Most of the land is conserved but there is ample space within the homestead area to expand so as to capitalize on the mesmerizing long-range views across the valley to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Or use the home as is and enjoy using the fields, forests and trails for farming and recreation as well as swimming since the farm also includes 1,025 feet of water frontage on Round Pond. Finally, if you like the video, it was not photo shopped so as to provide a realistic overview of this compelling property.

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