Why This Lot is Awesome
This is How We Would Build on This Lot
Bordering both Vermont and New Hampshire, Franklin County of Massachusetts has a population of just 71,029. This county was founded in 1811 and stretches across 725 square miles of the state. Within its borders, Franklin County houses plenty of attractions like Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation, Deerfield Historic Site, Quabbin Reservoir, and Turner Falls.
Bernardston, Massachusetts, initially known as Falls Fight Township, was a frontier settlement created by and for the families of soldiers who had fought in King Phillips War. Bernardston lies in the Pioneer Valley, on the edge of the Pocumtuck Range. Several mountains, including Wildcat Mountain, West Mountain, Bald Mountain, East Mountain and Pond Mountain, dot the landscape, on either side of the Fall River, a tributary of the nearby Connecticut River.
Land Prep Estimate : $50,000 - $75,000
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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