Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
Lee, Massachusetts was founded in the 1760s, this town was named after revolutionary patriot General Charles Lee and features quite a historic downtown area. The town also offers water activities like boating and swimming on nearby lakes and ponds. Read more in our Lee Town Guide.
Land Prep Estimate : $30,000 - $45,000
Plenty of Potential near October Mountain State Forest
This lot is awesome because it is tranquil, serene and secluded, with over of 9 acres of wooded and gently sloping land.The front of the parcel contains the perfect spot to construct a home that would allow for easy access to the adjacent road as well as the potential for some fantastic mountain views. Within a short drive, you will find some of the most popular recreational destinations in the Hudson Valley and Catskills, including Peekamoose Mountain, Slide Mountain, Willowemoc Forest, SundownForest, and the Big Indian Wilderness.
This lot is awesome because it is very well priced, coming in at just over $10k per acre -- with the potential for a future subdivision and multiple home development. It is very conveniently located for quick weekend trips, just minutes away from I-84 & I-87, Towns of Newburgh, New Paltz, Gardiner & easy access to Beacon or Poughkeepsie Metro North train stations.
This lot is awesome because so much of the heavy lifting has already been completed -- including a full driveway, private cul-de-sac, and electricity on property. The land has 5 acres of very developable land off of a town maintained road.
This lot is awesome because it consists of two parcels : SBL 12-1-24.10 & SBL 12-1-24.12.For information on this properties acceptable uses and any subdividing information, the cash buyer will need to call the Town of Fallsburgh Building Dept -- or better yet, work with the HUTS team on a code review and site conditions study! This lot will take a little work, but it's location among the most beautiful countryside in the Sullivan County Catskills is worth your while.