Tweed River Forest lies squarely within the south-central Green Mountain Range in Vermont. This is a region known to grow some of the finest northern hardwood species in the world. The property offers a quality northern hardwood resource that is anchored by a valuable sugar maple component (48% of volume) along with traditional associates like the birches, red maple and beech. Its favorable species composition, high stocking and numerous sawtimber stems offer a clear path for realizing traditional investment returns and/or possible sugarbush options.
Tweed River Forest is named after the river of the same name which runs along the property’s road frontage. Few cars travel along this private road, making the area a quiet spot to enjoy the river for fishing and recreational activities. In addition, the property offers homesite potential and mountain views.