Quiet Retreat, with 2 small streams converging in the lower area of the property. With some clearing of trees – potential long-distance views of Mount Snow and beautiful hillside vistas. This gem offers so much and is a short drive to many outdoor area attractions!
This Beautiful 4.10-acre parcel is located in the picturesque town of Willmington, VT where you can enjoy the great outdoors year-round! Hiking, Biking, Skiing, Swimming, shopping, and more. Being centrally located to many area attractions and daily essentials, what’s not to love.
- Historic Wilmington, VT (3.5 miles)
- Mount Snow Resort (12 miles)
- Hogback Mountain Lookout and Conservation Area (5.5 miles)
- Brattleboro, VT (19 miles)
- Green Mountain National Forest (20 miles)
- Stratton Mountain Resort (25 miles)
This parcel with its rolling hills offers a few options for building spots and is located on a peaceful private road – with no through traffic and only 2 neighbors. The lot offers you privacy when you want it and modern conveniences when you need them. If you’re looking to build a weekend getaway or year-round residence.
Head out and go hiking, biking, boating, fishing, skiing, or shopping – the choices are endless, and if you prefer to kick back, relax and enjoy your own quiet retreat you can do that too!
This property offers the best of both worlds – a private homesite retreat with quick and convenient access to everyday necessities. Call us and find out how easy it is to own this beautiful retreat and begin building dreams that will last a lifetime.
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Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: Moonlit Lane Wilmington, VT 05363
Legal Description: Land Only – Shearer Hill #8
Lot Size: 4.10 Acres
County: Windham County
Power: In Road
Water: Water (Well will be needed)
Sewer: Septic (Perc test, Site & Soil Evaluation has been completed. See the Site & Soil Evaluation Information below)
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $467.62
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
Site & Soil Evaluation Information:
A Site and Soil evaluation and perc test have been completed. The lot has been determined to be suitable for an in-ground on-site wastewater disposal system. A permit has not been issued – as a home location, well and driveway will need to be determined. Based on the information provided by the engineering company, it is very likely that the lot will be able to obtain a wastewater permit.
GPS Coordinates Approximate Front Middle of Lot: 42.844433, -72.832389
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- Stick Built and Modular – Allowed
- Minimum of 750 square feet
- A-Frames are not permitted
- Not Allowed:
- Camping, RV’s, Mobile Homes, Single Wides, Double Wides.
Wilmington is nestled in the Deerfield Valley of the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, with the North Branch of the Deerfield River winding gently through the downtown. The picturesque village is surrounded by beautiful mountains and bucolic countryside, minutes from the shores of the Harriman Reservoir. All four seasons are special here and many who come to visit end up staying for the natural beauty and rural way of life.
The town was chartered in 1751 by Benning Wentworth, the governor of the colony of New Hampshire. The name Wilmington was chosen to honor Spencer Compton, the first Earl of Wilmington.
In addition to shopping, fine dining, the famous Wilmington VT flea market, and more, the town is surrounded by nature and opportunities to explore Vermont’s Green Mountains. From hiking in Molly Stark State Park, fishing in Lake Whitingham, or skiing the slopes of Mount Snow, Wilmington offers endless outdoor activities in every season.