Cherry Mountain Farm and Forest, in Jefferson, New Hampshire, evokes a peaceful feeling as you pull up the long driveway passing through grassy fields. The fields are hemmed by thick forest, with Mount Washington and the Presidential Range looming on the southern horizon. Cherry Mountain’s multiple forested peaks command the Western view offering a stunning backdrop to the changing seasons of northern New England. The home and detached garage are situated on a gentle rise to take advantage of these mountain views and the fields that surround the residential area.
Pacific Brook Forest is an exceptional homestead opportunity, but it also offers a valuable timber resource as an alternative investment option. Maple sugarmakers will find much of the 668+/- acre property well-suited as a sugarbush operation. Located in one of the most scenic parts of northern Vermont, the property sits adjacent to the spine of the Green Mountain Range with several peaks visible from the property’s meadows. To the west, the entire Cold Hollow Range unfolds. At the back end of the meadow sits the old homestead, which is likely most suitable for camp use. The home is at the end of a town road and well away from any other homes, so privacy and lack of any road noise creates a serene retreat with extensive solitude.