Oak Hill is an attractive, undeveloped, 88±-acre parcel of land situated in an elevated position overlooking the southern Green Mountains, three area ski resorts, and the picturesque Rawsonville section of Jamaica, Vermont. Historically, this property served as a well-managed woodlot associated with the nearby Loren Coleman Farm. It also offers a choice southern Vermont parcel with attractive rural residential development potential. The land itself is predominately well-drained upland featuring mature hardwood timber with gentle to moderately sloping topography. A small trout stream known as Mill Brook creates the southeasterly boundary line at the toe of the hill. Access originates from Route 100, approximately one mile north of the Route 30 intersection, at which point Bobcat Run leads west. A short private right-of-way provides access from Bobcat Run to the property and crosses the Londonderry/Jamaica town line, terminating near the height of land. Bobcat run is a well-maintained gravel road with power and utilities available.
This region of southern Vermont is extraordinarily picturesque, featuring the rolling Green Mountains, interspersed with fertile valleys and farm fields. Oak Hill sits within 15 minutes each of Stratton Mountain Ski Resort, Bromley Mountain Ski Resort, and Magic Mountain Ski Area. Manchester, Vermont is a 25-minute drive. The property is currently enrolled in Vermont’s use tax program (UVA).
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