Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
Cheshire is located within the valley of the Hoosic River, and is the site of a dammed reservoir on the river. To the west, parts of Mount Greylock State Reservation take up sections of town, and includes a section of the auto road. To the southeast, North Mountain peaks just outside town limits before descending to the valley. The Appalachian Trail crosses through the center of town, heading from North Mountain to Mount Greylock. The spectacular Berkshire countryside provides numerous trails and back roads for hiking, cycling, bird watching, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Read more about the area and the nearby town of Lee and the town of Great Barrington in our town guides.
Land Prep Estimate : $30,000 - $45,000
Parcel Pair in Cheshire
This lot is awesome because it is beautiful waterfront land on a wildlife preserve, just minutes from the Beaverkill River, East Branch of Delaware, and the downtowns of Roscoe and Livingston Manor. A true Sullivan county gem - at an amazing price - with nearby access to the Delaware for fishing, tubing, and swimming. .
This lot is awesome because it offers 17 private acres on a town maintained, dead-end road, with long road frontage on a quiet country road lined with giant old Sugar Maples and an old stone wall. This gently sloping parcel has fantastic south exposure and possible views with some clearing. There is close proximity to utilities only 300 feet away from the high plateau, due to a small residential utility line that runs along the northern boundary. It is close to Mount Snow and Stratton Resorts, as well as the lakes and mountains of the Green Mountain National Forest.
This lot is awesome because it is very reasonably priced, has access to many points with the Berkshires, Boston, New York and Connecticut, and offers plenty of road frontage on two maintained roads.
This lot is awesome because it has views for days in the beautiful Vernon Valley, conveniently located only one hour from New York City in the New Jersey Highlands. Major bonus points for an already permit-approved 6 bedroom septic.