A secluded mountainside parcel offering sweeping views and a central building site for a seasonal or year-round, off-grid home. The property rests on the upper slopes of Crossett Hill, a large north-south ridge just east of Camel's Hump. Overall, the property is a gentle slope, once the climb from Hayes Road trail is achieved. An area near the center of the property that was cleared 12 years ago now hosts saplings and small trees, but could be re-cleared for building and opening the view. Just past the building site, the old farm road intersects with a maintained snowmobile trail that makes an arc through the property, providing easy access to much of the forest. Above the regenerating area, the forest is a mix of red maple, white birch and red spruce, among other species. With the large, private holdings of forestland on Crossett Ridge and the state land associated with Camel's Hump to the west, game are likely to be quite active in this region.
Listed by Alisa Darmstadt and Michael Tragner of Fountains Land Inc.