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Listed by Evan Potvin of Coldwell Banker Islands Realty
Explore the exceptional opportunity of building your dream home overlooking Keeler Bay of Lake Champlain. There are four available building lots that are ready for immediate construction with complete master permits and utility infrastructure, encompassing town water, community septic, power, and communication lines thoughtfully installed on each homesite. Your dream home can be brought to life effortlessly. The remaining lots range from 0.11 acres to 0.25 acres all with views of the lake and the Green Mountains. As a homeowner in this community, you'll benefit from the ease of grounds-keeping and snow plowing services covered by association dues. This picturesque setting comes complete with 2.67 acres of common land and 529 feet of shared common shoreline for your enjoyment. For boating enthusiasts, the Keeler Bay Marina is a stone's throw away, ensuring your boat is conveniently located just a few hundred feet from your future home. Nestled within South Hero's Keeler Bay Village, these properties are conveniently located near the grocery store, farmers markets and restaurants. Available lots include Lot 3 (0.14 acres), Lot 4 (0.13 acres), Lot 7 (0.11 acres) and Lot 8 (0.25 acres). Inquire for pricing.

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