11.5 acres in Merrimack County, New Hampshire
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Chuck Braxton
Chuck Braxton
Roche Realty Group
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11.5 acres in Merrimack County, New Hampshire

88 Ford Mill Road, Danbury , New Hampshire 03230 - Merrimack County
$49,284 11.50 Acres
Property ID 4743217

Description

Danbury - Secluded yet accessible 11.5 acre rolling wooded tract is two lots of record that were involuntarily merged and can be unmerged by application before 2022. Dense hemlock forest with hardwoods mixed in offer materials for a post & beam structure. Rolling terrain and south-facing exposure offers a private valley setting near area attractions including Newfound Lake, Ragged Mtn. and Mt. Sunapee Ski Areas, Grafton Pond Preserve, Northern Rail Trail and the Smith River. Address is estimated 9-1-1 location, subject to change. Buyer shall be solely responsible for any fee related to change in current use status ("current use" is a property tax discount available to owners of 10 or more acres of undeveloped land). Ask for larger, high resolution maps and aerial images.

Directions

FROM EAST: Exit 23, I-93 go W on Rte. 104 through Bristol to Danbury. R on Rte. 4 (see below) FROM SOUTH or WEST: Exit 11, I-89 go E on Rte. 11. L on Rte. 4 (see below) BOTH: Ford Mill Rd. on L. Go past mill on left, around the bend, SE corner of property on R w/yellow flag. Sign.

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Chuck Braxton
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Roche Realty Group

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