I live on 107 beautiful acres in central Vermont and am looking for people who want to live off-grid and homestead.

I am willing to lease you the land for nothing for up to four years if you are willing to develop your parcel. You only pay your share of property taxes each year.

This is a great opportunity to explore and experiment with homesteading without having to make the huge commitment of buying property.

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18 Responses to “Lease land for free in Vermont!”

  1. gscottgrahamstephens

    Hi,

    Just a quick update. I just responded to the posts and requests. So if you didn’t get a response it means you were lost in the shuffle so please reach out again.

    We have moved forward with one of the opportunities for the land. There is one left.

    The person who we have accepted is planning on building a platform and erecting a canvass wall tent that accommodates a wood stove during his first year and plans to expand this in year two. He will spend the remainder of his time working on a more permanent structure, cutting wood for the winter, building a well, and establishing a small solar array. He was spending $900 / month on rent and utilities. The way he looks at it he could continue spending $900 for a total of $43,200 over the next four years or invest his time, limited money and muscle into something else. He has the right attitude — he is approaching this as an opportunity to experiment, work out the kinks and build some skills without having to purchase property.

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  2. Amanda Gawith

    Hello, I’m 39 yrs old and have an 18yr old daughter that is very eager as I am to gain knowledge and learn through hands experiences of living off the grid. We both are from Colorado but living in kansas at the moment and have been looking for something just like this! Thank you and hope to hear from you soonp@

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  3. Yvette Hamilton

    Beautiful land. I am very interested in joining in.

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  4. gscottgrahamstephens

    Some people have messaged me to ask if this is real. It is.

    In addition to the 360-degree pics I posted on January 10 2021 to this thread, here is an aerial video of the property (I am just learning to fly and it is a bit jerky at times so please be kind with the comments).

    https://youtu.be/wWo5TnFNNFY

    Scott

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  5. gscottgrahamstephens

    Be sure to CONTACT ME instead of leaving a post on this page! (I am not online a lot and do not check this page for updates).

    Scott

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  6. Michelle

    The world seems to have gone mad…. looking for the perfect way to escape the beast system.
    Joining an offgrid community, sounds like a dream. Single mom of an eleven year old.

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  7. Paul Mcclanahan

    I’m interested in this opportunity, I’m a experienced camper and maintenance technician of 15 years. Garden, building etc. thanks

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  8. gscottgrahamstephens

    Update: this is still an active post. I am replying to people individually when they message for more information.

    Thanks for your interest.

    Scott

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    • gscottgrahamstephens

      PS – it does appear that when you reply to this thread, I receive an email with your contact information and I respond to that usually in 48 hours…

      Scott

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    • Nicbar1984

      Scott,

      I am ready to make the move. If you have standard information you could send to give me a starting point, that would be appreciated.

      As an FYI: 36, living in NJ, tired of the lack of empathy and basic care for others. Hungry to be educated on living off the grid, an able worker with an eye for detail, and . Would like to be allowed to help and lead construction and maintenance projects, and spend time learning new ways to improve the gain from the natural resources available.

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  9. camandjim

    Hello!
    Please let me know if you are still in search of people to join you! My husband and I have been searching for off-the-grid living and we have a lot of skills between the both of us. We are young (early twenties) so we have a lot of energy and heart to contribute! We also have a young daughter (3 years old) and a dog (border collie lab- would do very well in a nature filled environment). My husband could build cabins/houses, fix things, hunt, etc. He is currently a mechanic but has a long maintenance work history. I could provide child-care, gardening, cooking, etc. I am a certified phlebotomist, so I know a good bit about human anatomy and health and I am very creative. We are young but we are serious about this. Let me know if this opportunity is still available.4126zero93595
     Thank you!
    Cameron & James

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  10. chris marien

    hey guys, i am christopher, 39 years old. I have been a chef for 25 years, worked construction for 8 years and have an expertise in farming agriculture both hydroponic and soil.

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  11. Edwin Matthew Adkins

    I am very interested in living off grid . I am a carpenter at heart and a handy man. Thank you

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    • Jemma

      I am too and would love to connect more with people like this. Could you add me to your contacts? channel jem (at) gmail

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      • Joe Coleman

        Hi Jem, I’d be interested in this too! Hit me up!

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        • John Atkins

          Hello, this sounds like an amazing opportunity! Since my divorce in 2017, I have been traveling the south doing volunteerism, work exchange. Before the divorce, I raised a family, owned homes and businesses, taught the bible, etc. I have a lifetime of experiences that would benefit any community. I just finished my lady posting (tutoring a13 year old through 7th grade) and I cannot find my next destination. I am almost out of monies and would relish a permanent home. Please let me know if you are still looking for participants. Thanks in advance for your consideration. John Atkins

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  12. Edwin Matthew Adkins

    Hi I am Edwin I am 54 years old I have survived in the woods and lived off the land most my life. I have done carpenter work and handy man for 38 years. Would be very interested in off grid living and show others what I have learned.

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