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Looking for a quality Vermont home with acreage?
Check out this home in Strafford, Vermont.

MLS 4613448 – $550,000 – More Property Information

Gorgeous contemporary 3 bedroom home on 25 secluded acres in Strafford, Vermont. Natural paradise. A superior home with fields and ponds, soaring granite fireplace, barn, garage and views. Perfect getaway or year round Vermont home.

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122 Acres for sale in Meriden, New Hampshire

Opportunity for a supremely private country estate. 122 +/- acres of rural, mostly wooded land only a short drive to Hanover and Lebanon and the Dartmouth College community. Has two south facing hillsides. New driveway permit in place. Hard to find such a large private parcel that is close to Dartmouth College and Upper Valley shopping, cultural, and recreational amenities. Located on route 120 in Meriden, NH (part of Plainfield). Schools: Plainfield School is for K-8. High school students go to Lebanon High School or to the private Kimball Union Academy.

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About Hal Sheeler

Since 2001 I have been a REALTOR with Century 21 Energy Shield Realty in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Licensed in both New Hampshire and Vermont, I can help you find a home, land, or commercial property in the beautiful Upper Valley area. I’ll listen to your requirements, search for and accompany you to showings of appropriate properties, and guide you through the process. If you are moving to the area to take a position at Dartmouth College or Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center or other employers, it helps to have an experienced agent on the ground who represents you and knows the area. Read comments at the bottom of this page from a few former clients. Cheers, Hal Sheeler Cell: 603 398-2151. Office: 603 643-0127. ext. 3. Email: hsheeler@gmail.com

The Upper Valley

Upper Valley MapThe Upper Valley refers to communities on both sides of the Connecticut River in New Hampshire and Vermont centering around Lebanon and Hanover. Some New Hampshire communities in the Upper Valley region include: Hanover, Lyme, Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, and Plainfield. Some Vermont communities in the Upper Valley region include: Norwich, Hartford, Hartland, and Sharon.

Hanover was chartered in 1761. Connecticut settlers were the first permanent settlers, who arrived in 1765. In 2008 it was estimated that 11,064 people live in Hanover, this includes resident students. Dartmouth College enrolls an estimated 4,300 under graduate students, and 1,200 graduate students each year. The Dartmouth Medical School is the 4th oldest in the nation, founded in 1797. Dartmouth Thayer school of Engineering was the 1st in the nation, founded in 1867. Hanover, NH and Norwich, VT compose the Dresden School district. It was the first inter-state school in the nation created in 1963. There are more than 15 ski areas within an hour and a half of Hanover. Baker Tower is the oldest building on Dartmouth campus.

Lebanon was founded in 1761. It is where the Connecticut and Mascoma river meet. Approximately 13,589 New Hampshire residents live in Lebanon. Ranked #3 in Norman Crampton, top 100 Best Small Towns in America. Lebanon has over 25 miles of woodland hiking trails. Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is the largest medical facility in Northern New England. The Lebanon Opera House is a cultural focal point in the Upper Valley featuring performances by international and local artists and groups. There are 6 flights that run daily between Lebanon Municipal airport (LEB) and Boston Logan airport (BOS) offered by Cape Air. The AVA (Alliance for the Visual Arts) art building used to be a former Mill. Lebanon used to be a manufacturing center and railroad hub for Boston.

Baker Library Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hampshire

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Hal Sheeler, a NH and VT REALTOR with Century 21 Energy Shield Realty since 2001, offers superior real estate services for Buyers and Sellers of real estate in the Dartmouth College/Upper Valley area. Working out of his office in Lebanon, New Hampshire, Hal covers communities on both sides of the Connecticut River in Vermont and New Hampshire. A former music teacher, he also continues to be involved in area musical activities as a conductor, singer, and clarinetist.

Here are a few comments from some of Hal’s clients:

Hal is very knowledgeable, so well-connected – he was able to help us find something in our tiny little price range and didn’t mind walking up and down a million spider web-filled stairways to do it.

I can’t imagine not having Hal as our realtor. Hal’s approach to this process really made our lives so much easier than it could have been. He is professional, honest, caring, and an all around great person to do business with.

Courteous – Gentleman
Very patient
Quietly Dogged
High Tech Real Estate Guru
Will go the extra mile for you

Hal has continuously gone above and beyond my expectations to ensure smooth closings, even when I thought it would fall through for sure. He is diplomatic and always has his client’s best interests in mind.

Superb. I have no reservations at endorsing Mr. Sheeler unreservedly.

My wife and I are tremendously pleased with Hal’s services, and indeed we will avail ourselves of them again when we need real estate help in Vermont. Our evaluation is best told through reciting our experience in working with Hal. We met Hal in the spring of 2007: we contacted him concerning a piece of undeveloped land. Hal showed us the property, and was careful to listen to our tentative plans and ideas. In no way were we “sold” or pressured even though it was an extremely hot market at that time and we were looking at a relatively inexpensive piece of land. This wasn’t potentially a large deal for Hal, however he never made us feel that we were any less deserving of his time and care.

A year passed and our plans matured in a different and more practical direction. We made contact with Hal again (late March, 2008) and we ended up making an offer on the place we were to buy in mid-April. Hal is direct, clear and patient. Hal is also tremendously competent: we dealt with him intensively as we were doing this at a distance. It was the smoothest experience in purchasing real estate that weíve ever had: he is clear, direct and organized. We came to implicitly trust Hal, and we’ve availed ourselves of his knowledge of contractors, electricians, etc. We’ve had a similarly strong experience with these people.

We could not have been happier or more impressed by Hal’s efforts on our behalf. It has been such a singular experience for us that we consider him a friend.

We hope you are well. We all know you are a great guy with excellent customer service qualifications, I can not tell you how pleased we were to have you act on our behalf when we purchased our property, you acted very professional and in our best interest of our purchase and with the best thought and care of the sellers. You were patient with all our decision making and you helped us decide on a purchase with some good solid advice for which we thank you, I have never met a more remarkable person, you went the full mile even out of your way to help us, coming from England to Vermont was a huge transition, but you helped us through everything, for which we are so very grateful to you for Hall, your ads are the most professional ones we have seen in Vermont and we hope that you will have much success in your future career, we wish you well and thank you so much, if I had a gold cup I would give it to you the inscription would be, to the best loyal, and most friendly helpful person in selling, and helping buyers, in Vermont, we take our hats off to you sir.

Excellent services; thorough, thoughtful, respectful and a (much appreciated) listener. Did not waste my time with homes that I had not requested to see. I would recommend him to anyone without reservation.


On the beach at night alone,
As the old mother sways her to and fro singing her husky song,
As I watch the bright stars shining, I think a thought of the clef
of the universes and of the future.
A vast similitude interlocks all,
All spheres, grown, ungrown, small, large, suns, moons, planets,
All distances of place however wide,
All distances of time, all inanimate forms,
All souls, all living bodies though they be ever so different, or in
different worlds,
All gaseous, watery, vegetable, mineral processes, the fishes, the
All nations, colors, barbarisms, civilizations, languages,
All identities that have existed or may exist on this globe, or any
All lives and deaths, all of the past, present, future,
This vast similitude spans them, and always has spann’d,
And shall forever span them and compactly hold and enclose them.
~ Walt Whitman