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$949,900 5.1 acres
70 Littles lane, Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050 - Plymouth County

North River land with shared boat dock. 5.1 +/- Acres of LAND

North River Farms 70 Littles Lane, Marshfield, MA 02050 $949,900.00 Land Residential-One Parcel. Lot # D20-01-39D (Marshfield / Scituate line) Builders welcome with owner financing available Permitted, Approved Septic Design, New Road & Underground Utilities 5.1 +/- Acres + Shared Deep Water Dock w/ 127 river frontage Brand new road including turnaround with fire hydrants & underground utilities Offers both an artesian well & street water Loaded with wildlife and 500 +/- protected abutting Audubon acres Includes adorable ancillary dwelling (Needing some love) which is perfect for a Green house, potting shed, tack room, doll house, boat house, man cave. Tennis court, pool, berry farm, horse farm all p
Brad White Eagle River Realty, LLC
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$317,000 126 acres
Route 9, Ware, Massachusetts 01082 - Hampshire County

Peppers Mill Forest

Peppers Mill Forest is a central Massachusetts forest offering abundant recreational opportunities, a substantial timber resource, and year-round residential potential. The forest is in the town of Ware, a semi-rural town in the Ware River Valley and just south of the Quabbin Reservoir. Within the property, the majority of terrain slopes gently to the west. Soils are generally well-drained with only a few seasonally wet areas towards the north. The upper portion of the forest, offers scenic views across Peppers Mill Pond to the opposing ridgeline. Some tree clearing would be necessary to open up these views to the west. The forest supports an oak-pine type common to the region. Overall health and quality of the timber is good to above
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$154,000 151 acres
East River Road, Chester, Massachusetts 01011 - Hampden County

Chester Hill Forest

Chester Hill Forest is a partially conserved, mixed wood forest offering well-managed timber, recreational opportunities and a 25-acre parcel suitable for a camp or secluded home site. The property is located in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, a scenic region of rolling forested hills, historic homes and numerous streams and rivers that thread their way through the countryside. The village is less than 25 miles west of Northampton and the Five College Area of central Massachusetts, and Boston is just over two hours drive to the east. The forest is easily accessible via two paved town roads that bisect the parcel and form an "X" through the center of the tract. A gravel road beginning off one of these roads is drivable with
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$104,000 96 acres
Sears Road, Ashfield, Massachusetts 01330 - Franklin County

Sears Meadow Forest

Sears Meadow Forest is a well-stocked, conserved forest (no building or development allowed) with a towering stand of old growth white pine and eastern hemlock. The property is in the town of Ashfield in the Berkshire foothills about 12 miles west of the Connecticut River Valley and Interstate 91. A town-maintained, gravel road bisects the forest for approximately 2,000, providing ample access for land management activities. The terrain is gently rolling throughout most of the forest. A brook runs north/south through the property, supporting 20 acres of wetland meadows in the lower areas, while most upland soils are well-drained. The forest supports a white pine/hemlock species mix with associated hardwoods. A February 2015 timber invent
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc
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$75,000 93 acres
Northfield Road, Warwick, Massachusetts 01378 - Franklin County

Bolster Hill Forest

Bolster Hill Forest is a conserved forest (no building or development allowed) with gentle terrain, good quality timber and recreational opportunity in Warwick, Massachusetts, a few miles south of the New Hampshire border and east of the Connecticut River Valley. The town is quite rural and nearly one third of its acreage is state forest land. The 1,617 foot Mount Grace rising near the town center is the prominent topographic feature, providing visitors and area residents a host of outdoor recreational opportunities. There are several ponds in Warwick, creating a mosaic of wetlands. The forest boundary stretches over the lower eastern portion of Bolster Hill, a prominent ridgeline in an area of rolling hills. The terrain rises gently
Michael Tragner Fountains Land Inc