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The property is accessed by Herring Brook Road, a gravel road that creates 2.7 miles of property frontage. The land's frontage is on an unmaintained portion of the road, 0.4 miles from the town-maintained section of the road, where electric power is available. The northernmost property area offers a 0.7-mile seasonal internal road (culverts pulled) into the center of this operating unit. Topography is varied, however the majority of slopes are gentle to moderate. Areas of steep slopes can be found on terrain leading up to hill tops and along streams. Many of the areas adjacent to Herring Brook and Lynch Hill Roads are level, former cropland that was planted to softwood species in the 1950s. Elevations peak at 2000' atop Chase Mountain, and are at their lowest point at 1,000' where Herring Brook flows off the forest. Well-drained, upland soils predominate. This timberland investment has been carefully managed for 30 years, with third-party FSC certification covering the last 10 years, yielding one of the finest timber resource tracts in the region. The asset appreciation management regime has focused growth on chosen species, favoring the highest stem quality, and producing a crop that is at or nearing maturity. The standing timber has a current value of $2,560,000.

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Listed by Michael Tragner of Fountains Land Inc.
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