1369 Sand Hill RoadEnosburg, VT 05450Price: $900,000

  • Price: $900,000
  • 162 Days on Market
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Federal 30-year interest rate: 6.58% last updated on Nov 23, 2022
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  • $900,000List Price
  • 62.6Acreage
This campground is in a quiet country setting, next to a babbling brook. It has 80 seasonal lots, 40 daily lots, a Pavilion for gatherings of ~150 people, 2 bath houses, laundromat, office with space for a small store, and a nice children's playground, A Park Model camper is also included, all on 62.6 acres of land. Some of the land has yet to be developed, so there is potential to expand, subdivide, etc. There is also a small gravel pit on site. The septic system and electrical systems have been upgraded in the last two years. What a place to relax, and make an income, too!
Listed by Shawn Cheney and Joyce Hunt of EXP Realty
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