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Land for sale in Albany Pennsylvania

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$550,000 51.66 acres
7575 Lonesome Drive, Albany, PA 19529 - Lehigh County

51.66 acres Albany, PA

51 Acres of preserved farmland for sale in a beautiful area of Kempton near Leaser Lake. Land goes right up to the mountains. One residence may be built on the property and farm buildings may also be built.
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$550,000 51.66 acres
7575 Lonesome Drive, Albany, PA 19529 - Lehigh County

51.66 acres Albany, PA

51 Acres of preserved farmland for sale in a beautiful area of Kempton near Leaser Lake. Land goes right up to the mountains. One residence may be built on the property and farm buildings may also be built.
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$550,000 4.1 acres 6 Beds | 6 Baths | 5006 sqft
33 Hawk Mountain Road, Albany, PA 19529 - Berks County

4.1 acres Albany, PA

The Gyory family invites you to view their much loved Victorian home in northern Berks County. The original tracts of land were bought by Wm Penn's heirs in 1732 from local Indians. The land was then purchased in 1752 by Daniel Boucher where a "modest log cabin" was built. The current home was built in the 1870s & stayed in the family for almost a century. It has been updated for comfort & modern conveniences, still maintaining its heritage. The Boucher family and subsequent owners have also operated the "Guest House" as a Bed & Breakfast since the early 1900s. Whether you enjoy history, hiking on the Appalachian Trail, bird watching at Hawk Mountain, or cycling in the countryside, you will be enthralled by all that encompasses this propert
$550,000 4.1 acres 5006 sqft
33 Hawk Mountain Road, Albany, PA 19529 - Berks County

4.1 acres Albany, PA

The owners invite you to view their much loved Victorian home in Berks County. The original tracts of land were bought by Wm Penn's heirs in 1732 from local Indians. The land was then purchased in 1752 by Daniel Boucher where a "modest log cabin" was built. The current home was built in the 1870s & stayed in the family for almost a century. It has been updated for comfort & modern conveniences, still maintaining its heritage. The Boucher family and subsequent owners have also operated the "Guest House" as a Bed & Breakfast since the early 1900s. Whether you enjoy history, hiking on the Appalachian Trail, bird watching at Hawk Mountain, cycling in the countryside or antiquing, you will be enthralled by this property. The home, out buildings,