Conserved Enosburg Property for Sale

86 acres • $305,000

Property Owner:

Private non-farming landowner

Contact Name:

Ward & Cheryl Heneveld

Property Location:

465 Daigle Drive, Enosburgh
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The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:


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Other open and/or non-farmable land:


Quality of land:

The 8 acres and a smaller field have been hayed for a long time by the same non-organic dairy farm with manure spreading after each cutting

Farm Information

Water sources present:


Water sources details:

a spring with a small pond is near the house

Barns and sheds:

None available

Farmer housing:


Farmer housing details:

The house is 30'x 20'. The ground floor is divided between a bright sitting room and a kitchen/dining area . On the second floor there are 3 bedrooms with a full bathroom. The walkout basement below is currently an office area with a wood-stove and includes windows and sliding glass doors, a full bathroom, and a laundry.

Equipment and machinery:

None available

Farm infrastructure details:

a small old storage shed; the studio is probably not convertible to farm use.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for sale

Property for sale:

The property is in the Vermont Land Use Program, and all but two acres around the buildings are protected by a Vermont Land Trust conservation easement . There's an ongoing lease for sugaring that last year included 2200 taps.

Sale price:


Additional Information

The former owner was an artist who taught and painted in the studio for about 20 years. The land has not been farmed for longer than that.  The house has not been occupied for over a year, but there will be a tenant this winter.  The studio is empty.  property is on a dead-end gravel road with no neighboring houses in sight, but there's one neighbor living in the woods above the meadow across the road.  7 miles to Enosburg Falls or Montgomery.