Listed by Fountains Land Inc.
A well-stocked, conserved property offering a seasonal camp right, hunting lease income, and adjacency to the Appalachian Trail. The forest consists of two non-contiguous parcels along Webster Road. The northern parcel is nearly flat with a gentle westerly slope that forms the headwaters of Webster Brook. The southern parcels flat terrain along the road frontage gradually slopes upward to a small table before sloping steeply to the southeast. Across both parcels, the soils appear very stony, conducive to growing good oak and pine. The forest supports a pine/hardwood species mix with white pine, red pine and hemlock comprising 60% of the total volume by species. Red maple, black cherry and red oak combine to make up 32%. Sawtimber quality is good to above average and most stands are amply stocked. The gentle terrain, well-drained soils and general accessibility of the forest allow abundant options to conduct small, cost-effective, thinning operations throughout the year.