The property is ideally suited to the development of a sugarbush for syrup production with a strong home site option, allowing for year-round living. Property highlights include direct access from Route 122 with adjacent electric power, sugarbush opportunity with an estimate of ±5,725 taps, sugar maple timber resource with standing timber value estimated to be $109,600, home site possibility with nice views of the surrounding mountains, commanding location at the top of Simpson Hill and a contiguous border with Holbrook State Park. The property's terrain is variable with mostly gentle slopes along the road frontage and internal access road. Moderate terrain exists along the intermediate slopes leading to Simpson Hill at its western and southeastern end. Southern exposure dominates with a few, west-facing slopes at the land's northwestern end. Simpson Hill is the primary geographical feature of the land, with its double peak bisected by a narrow saddle. This site offers an excellent hiking experience and long views when tree leaves have fallen. Several woods trails lead to the hilltop. The high point on the forest (2,020' Above Sea Level (ASL)) is at the top of Simpson Hill. The low point of elevation is along the road frontage at 1,760'. Soils are generally well drained with the exception of a few small areas at the land's southeastern boundary line (this boundary is yet to be established in the woods).