Looking for privacy and seclusion at the end of a little town land? You've found it here. Formerly farmed, but not in many years. Potential for growing organic. Ideal re-conversion to the original single family home with two front porches (a la...
Looking for privacy and seclusion at the end of a little town land? You've found it here. Formerly farmed, but not in many years. Potential for growing organic. Ideal re-conversion to the original single family home with two front porches (a la Tara). Lots of property for forever privacy & enjoyment of wild life. Approximately 2000 feet of frontage. on the Claverack Creek. 168 feet of frontage on Fairview Ave. offers potential for subdivision of land and mixed use development. Area has both residential and commercial uses at present. Much of interest to history and railroad buffs. The home was originally built as a boarding house for train passengers. The railroad disappeared long ago. Possibilities are fascinating. Tax records report the house was built in 1918, but nothing to verify that.
Listing Courtesy of Mary Bartolotta, Coldwell Banker Advisor Realty
Listings Provided by Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS.
Hot Water, Other
2 Stories, Farm House
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