Listed by Fountains Land Inc.
Hemlock Hill Forest is perfect for a recreational camp or hunting retreat. Access is by a deeded right-of-way off Meany Road running about a mile to the southern parcel boundary. The interior road ends at a central landing between two modest ridges. From here, several trails traverse the forest, providing easy walking. There are three small ridges on the property with the central ridge offering the most convenient location for siting a seasonal cabin in order to enjoy the views. The terrain is best described as gently rolling throughout with the modest ridges. There is just enough elevation to enjoy a view of Ascutney Mountain to the southwest and other Green Mountain peaks to the north. A chain of small beaver ponds exists in the southwest corner of the forest, paralleling the access road and offering a pleasant visual aesthetic and an attraction for a variety of wildlife. The forest supports a mixed species composition of northern hardwoods, red oak, hemlock and white pine. A 2015 timber harvest has left a primarily pole-sized diameter class with relatively even distribution across the parcel.