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A wonderful parcel of 10.1+/- acres with incredible long range views of the Green Mountain National Forest in Danby, VT. Located on desirable Colvin Hill Rd (a year-round, town maintained & plowed road with power) where many large & expensive country estates sprinkle the landscape. Property includes a state approved wastewater permit & design for a four bedroom single family residence. The proposed home site is near the height of the 4.6+/- pasture, perfect for a walk-out basement & stunning views. The eastern portion of the land is young regenerated mixed forestland and several apple trees. Several vintage stonewall borders exist, as well. Located between Rutland & Manchester on the US-7 corridor (both approximately 30 minutes away), where all major amenities can be found. Danby has no zoning.

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Listed by Curtis Trousdale and Michael Wrobel of Preferred Properties

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