Spectacular nearly 65 acre undeveloped parcel below Mad River Glen not far through the woods from Sugarbush's Mount Ellen. Wooded with streams and over 1,700 feet of Mill Brook frontage (please note however there is no frontage on Route 17), the possibilities are endless. Abutting over one thousand, five hundred and fifty five acres of Mad River Glen & Mad River Corp property, here is Vermont wilderness at its best. Part of the Hiddenwood Association, this gem, long owned by Middlebury College, is the last undeveloped lot, all the way at the end of the road with four sections of birding paradise class III wetlands. Build your dream home in these magical woods for extraordinary long term potential appreciation. Enroll in Vermont's Current Use Program to bring down your yearly taxes, relish the Catamount Trail traversing the property from which you can back country ski the length of Vermont. Envision your ultimate northern crib on this heirloom covenant protected parcel and own BIG. Seller is exploring a potential state wastewater permit application but you may want to take care of that (including determining your preferred building envelope in or out of the deer winteryard area) post-closing; after all, on this much land, finding a building site is pretty much a slam dunk. Priced to take wing.
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