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Listed by Franz Rosenberger of Coldwell Banker Islands Realty

One of a kind parcel with over 50 acres of sloping meadow and forest down to the water overlooking the Broad Lake with panoramic views of the Green Mountains and 50 ft of private shoreline. Their are several potential building sites on the property from the meadow located 400 - 500 ft back from the Lake, to the sites on the North West and South West parts of the lot with elevated views overlooking the East Shore of Isle La Motte. Currently there are trails, hardwood forest, meadow, and even a pond on the property. The frontage is very accessable for a private dock and the water in this area has a gradual slope. This could serve as an amazing Homestead property, family compound, or small residential resort neighborhood. Acreage is Approximate 54 Acres +/- According to an enginerring report based on cummulative test pit data performed on 6/22/18 and review of topographic conditions, this area is likely large enough to support three to five mound systems. Additionally wastewater capacity could be increased if a community or shared mound systems would be proposed. On site wells and Septic are needed to develop this property.

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