Details for LOT 2 North Road, Eden, VT
Come see this 23+ acre Vermont beauty that truly is a slice of heaven in the town of Eden. This prime piece of countryside includes 1.75+/- acres of apple orchard with approximately 83 pruned apple trees. The remaining acreage comprises a forest of hardwoods and softwoods. Plenty of maple trees invite anyone to tap trees and boil sap into pure maple syrup. Just inside the woodline lay farmer-built rock walls, reminders of Vermonts agricultural history. Amazing mountain views await you. Revel in the wildlife - deer, moose, turkeys, owls, and more! This parcel is a four season recreational paradise. Enjoy fishing, mountain biking, hunting, ATVing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and beautiful Lake Eden! Trails for hiking and all-terrain vehicles are within minutes of this property! Lake Eden, one of Vermonts cleanest, freshwater lakes, is only 2.7 miles away. This pristine lake offers fishing (trout, bass), boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing, and swimming. Numerous rivers, streams, and brooks nearby also offer fly fishing opportunities for brook trout! The small hamlet of Eden is 2.7 miles away, offering groceries, gas, a deli, hardware, and postal services. Three preeminent ski resorts, Jay Peak Resort, Smugglers Notch Resort, and Stowe Mountain Resort, are all within 25 miles. This fertile land nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont truly is a gem and ready for new owners. Why wait? Come to Vermont and enjoy the calm, relaxing, healthy life that you deserve!
- Lot Size
- 23.87 Acres
- Mls Id
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