Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
North of Orange County sits Sullivan County, New York. This area, which directly borders Pennsylvania, is home to more than 78,000 people and spans just under 1,000 square miles. Sullivan County is known for its outdoor activities, like mountain climbing and hiking, and also for hosting the 1969 Woodstock music festival.
The Delaware River town of Narrowsburg is as rich in history as it is in arts and culture. This classic river town has much more to offer than your stereotypical small town! Read more about Sullivan County and the nearby towns of Bethel, Callicoon, Livingston Manor, Narrowsburg and Roscoe in our Town Guides.
Land Prep Estimate : $30,000 - $45,000
Next to Nature in New Paltz
This lot is awesome because it offers the opportunity to create your own nature lovers paradise and be only minutes from some of the best that Hudson Valley has to offer. This New Paltz gem is close to the Hudson River, Kingston, wineries and fantastic restaurants --- and best of all, it is within a couple minutes walking distance of the John Burroughs Nature Sanctuary.
Nearly 20 Acres Just Minutes from Livingston Manor
This lot is awesome because it has the opportunity to create a programmed series of off-grid outbuildings throughout the forest in addition to a main home. We envision small follies among the trees, to include a meditation and yoga shala, greenhouse, private office and art studio. This personal compound would be perfectly located only minutes away from the charming and bustling downtown of Livingston Manor.
Open Meadows and Hidden Stream Near Bethel Woods
This lot is awesome because it is in an excellent location, nestled among several great towns in western Sullivan County. The wide open meadow leads to a secluded onsite stream, offering both wide open country views and a peaceful nature escape.
Beautiful 10 Acres Near Mountaindale
This lot is awesome because it is private, level, beautifully wooded with some cleared locations, and very close to the village of Mountaindale.