Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
Wayne County of Pennsylvania sits at the Northeast corner of the state, along the New York border. Spanning across 751 square miles, Wayne County is home to hiking trails, rivers perfect for fishing, and areas for bird watching, like the Van Scott Nature Reserve of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy. This county, whose seat is the town of Honesdale, has a population of 51,155.
Located between New York State's Catskills and the Poconos in Pennsylvania Damascus Township is about a two hour drive from the New York City area. This is a unique community that offers an attractive rural setting within a few minutes of business, shopping and area attractions.
Land Prep Estimate : $30,000 - $45,000
Sold – Delaware River Dreamscape
This lot is awesome because it offers 800' of frontage on a babbling brook, offering the most perfect backrgound sounds for your weekend esape. The land is level and and lined by charming stone walls, with a roughed-in driveway and cleared build site. This is a convenient location to reach from various Hudson Valley towns, and is only a 2.5 hour drive from NYC.
This lot is awesome because it is located in the charming and beautiful town of Accord, with an onsite stream-fed pond. The parcel already has a driveway, site plan and septic design. Take a short stroll through the woods and you will find yourself at Arrowood Brewery, and close by to Westwind Orchard and Stonehill's. Privacy and convenience is key for this special location.
This lot is awesome because it is a rare gem consisting of three separate parcels that collectively offer a world of possibilities.The property is gracefully positioned on a quiet dead-end road, and is surrounded by the expanse of state land on two sides. There is already a drilled well in place, and previous Board of Health approval (1995) further enhances the potential for your envisioned retreat or residence.
This lot is awesome because it is located within the highly desirable location of Kerhonkson, close to Rondout Creek, Inness, and Minnewaska State Park. The land is truly picturesque, with a spring fed pond and a tranquil, park like setting.