Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
Directly west of Albany County is Schoharie County, New York, named after the Mohawk word for “floating wood.” Spanning 626 square feet, this county has a population of just 29,000 and encompasses Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest. Schoharie is known for its hiking trails and breweries. The county is also packed full with historic sites, caves, and farms.
The historic Village of Richmondville is in the center of the Town of Richmondville and is northeast of Oneonta. The early village was the location of many mills and small factories. The village was incorporated in 1881. Elevations within Richmondville range from 920 feet along the Cobleskill-Richmondville boundary at Cobleskill Creek to 2,160 feet near the junction of Cross Hill Road and Dodge Lodge Road in the southeastern corner of the town. Interstate 88 passes across the town.
Land Prep Estimate : $15,000 - $25,000
Jackpot in Schoharie County
This lot is awesome because it's located along a bucolic Dutchess County road, and consists of woodlands, stonewalls, and some wetlands.Bonus points for existing BOH approvals in place.
This lot is awesome because it is located in the highly desirable are of West Saugerties. The land is level and lightly forested with seasonal and possible year-round mountain views. Total privacy but also just seven miles to both the villages of Woodstock or Saugerties, and minutes from Catskills hiking. An ideal upstate locale.
This lot is awesome because it offers nearly 24 acres of lush, forested land in beautiful Schoharie County for less than $2500 and acre. With an already installed driveway on a flat, buildable, and partially cleared lot - this is an amazing deal for the right buyer!
This lot is awesome because it's tucked into the trees and flush against the mountain side, offering a lot of privacy. The land is level and partially cleared, and extremely well-priced at under $4k per acre. It is located very near to the thousands of acres of Catskill Forest Preserve, and also the East Branch Delaware River and Pepacton Reservoir