Our state was divided up into original grants that were granted by the King of England to the colonists. Did you know some of these original grants still exist, untouched or unsubdivided? In the 1850’s Vermont was 80% open pasture with sheep roaming everywhere, now our countryside is a lush green Velde, 80% Forest, just the opposite of years past. In Forestry Fire Fighting class our forests were known as the Asbestos Forest.
Our forests are one of the most pleasant to enjoy with an enchanting mix of hardwoods and softwoods. Yes, our forests tend to be dominated by the Sugar Maple tree, which every fall puts on a color display with the Ash, Oak, Evergreens and Red Maple to stun people from all over the world. Our lands are ripe with excellent sources of water, the best way to preserve this is through good land stewardship and private ownership. By far the vast majority of Vermont forest ownership is private, join the few, the proud heritage of being a Vermont landowner.
Set up your own custom search, realize many of our towns are ridiculously small, do not refine the search too much as you may miss an opportunity. Call us for a custom search as we have special tools at the office, duplex, rehab, special land, etc. we can also give you historical data if you are trying to determine if your goals are realistic/exist in your search criteria. Give us a call we would be happy to assist.