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Listed by Margo Casco and Bill Martin of Greentree Real Estate

Welcome to the Charlotte Berry Farm. Established in 1980, this continuously operated farm on over 56 acres of conserved scenic land features acres of mature blueberries, fields of raspberries and grows pumpkins each year. The farm is also host to Champlain Valley Apiaries. The farm stand offers a variety of products produced on the farm, seasonally flavored soft serve ice cream and you-pick berries. The farm is an attraction for both tourism and the local community, conveniently located on Route 7, with high traffic exposure, visible road frontage and close proximity to Burlington and Middlebury. A log home on the property is currently being used for rental income and can be easily converted into a duplex. There is also a designated building lot on the property. The property includes the farm stand, outbuildings used for farm equipment, a tool shed and office space. A brand new irrigation system was installed and draws water from two ponds on the property. All farm equipment, inventory and supplies will be included in the sale. The Vermont Land Trust has agreed to allow up to 6 wedding events be held at the farm each year.

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