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Build your dream home at the end of a private road on 21.5+/- acres of tranquil forestland in Fairfax, VT. Parcel has a state issued wastewater permit (WW-6-1243) featuring a proposed wastewater system supporting a four bedroom single family residence. The proposed home site is mostly cleared and level, surrounded by mature trees and offers excellent privacy. The properties topography offers a mix of soft and hardwood forestland with a nice population of hemlocks and several streams, some with apparent year-round flow. Many signs of deer and other wildlife throughout, as well as, several old logging trails provide a diversity of access to all areas of the parcel. A power pedestal is located along the road frontage on the adjacent property (currently, the last year-round home) approximately 1,500 ft from the proposed home site. Settlement Rd is a private road that is maintained and plowed by the current residents and landowners. High speed internet, phone, and TV are all available in the area. Desirable school district. Parcel has been formally surveyed and has approximately 827 ft of road frontage. Boundaries are well marked with a combination of orange/pink flagging, some corner pins, orange blazing, neighboring posted signs and some fencing.

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Listed by Michael Wrobel and Alex Danis of Preferred Properties
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