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Listed by Michael Tragner of Fountains Land Inc.
A ±20-acre, gently-sloping meadow sits at the land's southern end along the town road frontage. The meadow slopes downhill away from the road, ending at a stream that originates just to the north. Along this small stream and adjacent to the meadow is an open-water beaver pond created by an active beaver population. Various potential home sites within the meadow would provide fine views of the nearby valley and ridgetops, including Chases Mountain and Densmore Mountain; the upper ridge of Densmore Mountain is entirely on the land. The meadow offers a westerly exposure and full southerly sun year round. While no soil test pits for septic have been dug, soils in the meadow are largely high and dry. The parcel has ±2,100' of road frontage along town-maintained South Bear Swamp Road, where electric power is roadside. Most of the frontage is gently sloping, with two existing driveway cuts into the parcel's meadow. The forest management plan identifies four forest stands with forest operations last occurring ±35-40 years ago. Sugar maple is a common species and, at the lower slopes, a stand was previously used as a sugarbush. A well-developed woods trail leads from the back of the meadow to the upper mid-slopes of the land; this trail is used by VAST.

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