Listing Provided by Country House Realty, Inc.
4100 Route 52, Cragsmoor
This 72 acre lot with killer views is a unicorn and not to be missed. At the end of a half mile long, private driveway, you’ll find ultimate privacy and unbelievable 180 degree views of the Catskills in the lovely hamlet of Cragsmoor. Surrounded on every side by “forever wild” Bear Hill Preserve, Shawangunk Ridge State Forest, and lands owned by the Open Space Institute, this is an incredibly rare opportunity to own property of this caliber. The offering includes two parcels totaling 72 acres: 59.9 acres + 12.1 acres. Both parcels offer spectacular year-round views punctuated with a rainbow of hang gliders who set off from a neighboring launch site in the summer months. Each are bursting with old and new growth trees, wildflowers, ferns, and rock outcroppings. Either parcel would be an exciting site for a family compound, while the larger lot allows for further subdivision. Electric is available on the road at approximately .3 miles from the entrance to the property. Under 1.5 hours from the George Washington Bridge, and under 2 hours from the Kosciuszko Bridge, this is exceptional land on which to manifest your vision of an incredible living experience, with a reasonable travel distance to the city. Land in the Sky is a 9 minute drive down the mountain to up-and-coming Ellenville, home of Market on Market, a monthly artisans and farmers market, and the soon to open Terrace Motel. Visit the hip towns of Mountain Dale, Kerhonkson, Accord, and Stone Ridge, all within 25 minutes. Head down the other side of the mountain to visit notable hiking spots within Minnewaska State Park Preserve, like Sam’s Point, and the Awosting Reserve, all within 15 minutes.
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