The Spruce Lot’s absolutely stunning views over a large meadow and then across the Beaverkill Valley are the picturesque Catskill panorama you have been looking for. Comprised of acres of rolling meadows and wild woods, the Spruce Lot – named for the handsome stand of mature spruces at its south eastern border – is a one-of-a-kind buyer-ready lot. Power runs close to the building area, making electrification easy, and your pond to keep dinner trout is a short walk from your future home (just keep an eye on the bald eagles angling for your fish).
The Spruce Lot is under conservation easement, qualifying its owner for membership in the Beaverkill Mountain Club and the Beaverkill Stream Club. It borders state land to its west and south, and the land to the north and east is similarly under conservation easement. The only lights visible at night are from celestial bodies. The Spruce Lots is extremely private and secluded, situated on a little-used town road that becomes seasonal at the south end of the Spruce Lot (i.e., beyond your driveway, the road it is not plowed in the winter). The designated building area is marked on the aerial images.
Offered at 78 acres, the seller is willing to exclude a 40 acre tax parcel and or a 5 acre tax parcel from the sale (marked in dashed blue on the aerials), though that will not reduce the sale price. The seller also has available for sale a membership in the Beaverkill Stream Club – pricing upon request.
Stunning views: Meadows, Beaverkill Valley views
Trout Pond: can be stocked with trout, fish for dinner