Willow Crossing for Lease

92 acres • $2,000

Property Owner:

Private non-farming landowner

Contact Name:

Georgia Mcdougall

Property Location:

2507 Route 15 West, Johnson, VT, 05656
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The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:


Total acres available for agriculture:


Acres of forested land:


Acres of cropland or tillable land:


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Quality of land:

Marginal soil quality that needs amending. The 10 cleared acres are former hayfields that have been brush-hogged for past four years. There have been no chemical or pesticide applications in known history (at least five years). Primarily sandy loam soil.

Farm Information

Water sources present:


Water sources details:

Old gravity flow spring system is in place but needs improvement.

Barns and sheds:

None available

Farmer housing:

None available

Equipment and machinery:

None available

Farm infrastructure details:

No existing infrastructures on land.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for rent

Property for rent:

Negotiable price. Minimum 4 year lease. *if lessee should intend to use land for hemp production, price will reflect statewide/national lease prices

Sale price:


Additional Information

Great road frontage located between village of Johnson and Jeffersonville on highly trafficked VT route 15. The workable land is located directly on road. Currently a retired hay field that has been brush hogged for the last 5 years. There is immense possibility for the utilization of the land including but not limited to: diversified vegetable operation, pick your own berries, christmas tree farm, or grass fed beef. Landowners are passionate about permaculture and self-reliance, and are willing to entertain anyone with an agricultural enterprise that they think would thrive on this property. Would prefer to maintain a USDA Certified Organic status. Looking for passionate lessees who need an area to actualize and foster ideas and aspirations. The listed lease price is negotiable, and reflects necessary land amending and additional infrastructural improvements. It is necessary for lessees to desire to cultivate relationships with landowners to sustain regular communication and show detailed records of alterations, improvements and amendment applications. Liability insurance policy records are needed.