Corinth, VT Quintessential Vermont Farm

57 acres • $399,000

Property Owner:

Farmer or farm family

Contact Name:

Jeff or Mariann Gardener

Property Location:

457 Heath Rd. Corinth, VT
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The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:

57.0

Total acres available for agriculture:

50.0

Acres of forested land:

7.0

Acres of cropland or tillable land:

25.0

Acres of pasture:

25.0

Quality of land:

A total of Fifty-seven (57) south facing acres, with 25 acres of productive hay field, and 25 acres of fenced pasture with well. Property has long frontage on both sides of the road and is bordered on one side with a perennial brook. Hay field has been in continuous production, and pasture is fenced with new electric high tensile fencing. The pastures are maintained and are currently used for raising beef steer and dairy heifers.

Farm Information

Water sources present:

Available

Water sources details:

Home is serviced by gravity fed spring. There is also a gravity fed well in the pasture.

Barns and sheds:

Available

Farmer housing:

Available

Farmer housing details:

The home is a classic large post and beam cape with private in-law/caretaker attached apartment. There is a large Kitchen and sunny rooms in both units, with original wide pine floors and woodwork. There are four bedrooms in main house, and 1-2 bedrooms in apartment. All appliances, and upto date oil heat in main house and brand new propane in apt.

Equipment and machinery:

None available

Farm infrastructure details:

Three stall equipment shed.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for sale

Sale price:

$399,000

Additional Information

Quintessential Vermont Farmhouse for sale. Perfect for small scale self-contained sustainable grazing operation or vacation property.  A total of Fifty-seven (57) south facing acres, with 25 acres of productive hay field, and 25 acres of fenced pasture with well. Property has long frontage on both sides of the road and is bordered on one side with a perennial brook. Hay field has been in continuous production, and pasture is fenced with new electric high tensile fencing.  The pastures are maintained and are currently used for raising beef steer and dairy heifers.