Come to northeast Vermont and fall in love with this 40.8-acre parcel with a hilltop building site that provides stunning views of the surrounding hills and mountains. The Glover/Greensboro town line lies along one edge of this property, which offers 1,256 feet of frontage along Route 16. In addition, you’ll have frontage on Horse Pond, a 32-acre pond that’s home to pickerel, yellow perch, and bullhead, as well as loons. This is an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts, because if the 40 acres isn’t enough for you to explore, Black Hills Timber owns 2,000 adjacent acres that feature trails open to the public. And, from here it's 7 minutes to Shadow Lake and 12 miles to Caspian Lake for more swimming, fishing, and boating options. To stock up on supplies, a 7-minute drive takes you to Currier’s Market or 12 minutes to Willey’s in Greensboro. For more shopping and dining options, Hardwick is 20 minutes away. Fortunately, a fun beer run to Hill Farmstead Brewery is only 5 miles. The gravel road up to the building site has recently been resurfaced. Electric is at the road, and this property also offers good potential for solar power. There are currently two RVs on the property that could be negotiated into the sale.