Owned by a local family since the 1920s, Ottauquechee Headwaters encompasses a camp and 862 +/- contiguous GIS acres in Killington and Bridgewater within 15 miles of the Killington Ski Resort and the historic Woodstock Village.
The northern reaches of the property border the Appalachian Trail and adjoin lands of the 60,000 acre Chateauguay wilderness
The jewel of the property is a 1950’s camp high in the hills at the site of an ancient farm surrounded by 15+/- acres of meadows lined with stone walls.
Main access is 2 miles by an old town road with the camp as the only destination. The Chateauguay Road is the eastern border and runs along a brook that flows into the Ottauquechee River
Surrounding hills provide complete privacy with not a light to be seen
The timberland investment is predominantly sugar maple with typically associated hardwoods such as yellow birch and white ash. The hardwood resource is enhanced by a large volume of red spruce
The property offers immediate cash flow from the sale of merchantable timber and many acres are suitable for conversion to maple sap production. Timber inventory report available upon request