Own your own lost paradise in the Northeast Kingdom! When you finally reach the end of Cedar Wood Drive, more than a mile past the nearest neighbor, it's hard to believe you haven't traveled back in time. With over 440 acres of land, every tree, hill and field you can see is yours. At the center of the property, nestled in its own little valley, lies the old homestead. Immediately surrounding it there are about 37 acres of sunlit pasture filled with apple trees, wildflowers, and grasses. At the edge of the fields is a beautiful spring fed pond. The balance of the property is forested and there is every forest type and age present. Whether you're out hiking, riding, skiing, or working the land, access is fantastic through an existing network of old farm and logging roads spanning miles. The acreage encompasses the summit of Haystack Hill and runs along the ridge of the hills directly east. Both slopes have several hundred feet of vertical drop through hardwood glades that could easily make a private backcountry skiing dream come true. Substantial ongoing timber income could be derived by continuing the property in the current use program and utilizing selective cut logging over the coming years. The old 4 bedroom farmhouse was built in 1870 and has power, phone, water and septic. There is also a large garage/barn. The structures are in need of significant repairs but currently remain habitable. This is truly a place you can lose yourself for weeks at a time and enjoy it all.