Lowell Mountains Forest offers a superb timber and recreation property situated along the east-facing aspect of the Lowell Mountains at the end of Shuteville Road in Albany, Vermont. An existing camp and pond with eight acres of open field enhance the recreational utility and appeal of the surrounding forest. Logging roads and trails meander throughout the property. The timber resource is predominantly variable-age northern hardwood stands heavy to sugar maple, red maple, and yellow birch. A smaller mixed wood component adds softwood diversity. A beech resource provides a good mast source of food. Abundant wildlife can be found on the property including bear, deer, moose, and turkey. The property is situated on the Albany/Lowell town line with portions of the boundary directly abutting Lowell Town Forest. Numerous streams including Lamphean Brook and McCleary Brook traverse the property, feeding into the Black River along Route 14. The property is enrolled in Vermont’s Use Value Appraisal tax program with a March-2018 update to the forest management plan. A true end-of-the-road wilderness retreat buried in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.
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