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Vermont Lotting Plans
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Lotting Plans are the original "subdivision maps" for the towns. Typically made in the earliest days of the town's existence, often before any settlers, these maps divided up the township into smaller parcels of a few hundred acres each, so the lots could be sold or given to private individuals. A typical late 1700s lotting plan divides a town into a checkerboard of  rectangular lots, each numbered by "lot and range". These maps are important today because the old lot lines are often land boundaries today, and many documents, such as deeds and highway layouts, refer to the old lots.
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We offer these Old Lotting Plans in two formats, follow either link below for more details.

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Click on an image below to see a low-res example of a Lotting Plan
 


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