17 acres on paved dead end road surrounded on 3 sides by thousands of acres of State Forest. Walk to the Natchaug River (about 200 feet) for trout fishing and riverfront trail. Owns all the road frontage on the right (east) side of the road. Land is rolling with 2 level areas each about 2 acres; first is along the road frontage, second is the northwest corner. Gravel in a couple of locations, one of the two locations is near the end of the street with an area the size of 8 cars that has been harvested. The other is a untouched gravel nubble along a cart path north of the end of the road. Boundaries are very well marked with ribbon, state forest signs and successively numbered state forest iron pipes. Other than the street frontage, over 80% of boundary is stonewalls. Abuts gravel state forest road for about 500 feet, horses can go for miles. Property can be subdivided into multiple lots. Land is not in s flood zone. In 2nd listing photo (aerial) land is located beyond (above) the road and house in photo.
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