Tinmouth Mountain encompasses 1,148 acres ± of contiguous northern hardwood forest situated in the scenic Taconic Mountains of Southern Vermont. The property is readily accessible from Rutland via many of the region’s primary thoroughfares including Route 7 and Interstates 87 and 91. There is a rich diversity of hardwoods — including white ash, red oak, yellow birch and black cherry — dominated by sugar maple, representing 44% of stocking levels. The property offers an appealing investment in timber, maple syrup production, recreation and conservation with immediate cash flow available from the sale of merchantable timber. The large, unbroken forest provides core habitat for larger mammals including moose, bear and bobcat. There are multiple access points — McCoy Road (Class 3), Gulf road (Class 4) and the Pent Road ROW. The current lease includes 1,200 taps off of McCoy Road. A Vermont Land Trust conservation easement is in place and the property is in the Use Value Appraisal program. A timber summary report is available in the data room. Located within a 3- to 4-hour radius of Boston and New York City.
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