LAND: Estate/farm lot for sale at Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. These 62-70+ wooded acres with many natural resources offer a desirable location for building your family farm, with viable opportunity for sustainable forest management, timber farming and other agriculture.
Within walking distance of the historic village of Shelburne Falls, MA and abutting hundreds of acres of protected land, this unique property offers tranquility, privacy, old stone walls, artesian spring, seasonal brooks, old logging and cart roads, natural gravel bank, vast timber resource including diverse hardwood stands, a rich geologic and cultural history, and expansive views of Shelburne Falls, the Pioneer Valley, and into Vermont and New Hampshire, from its high lookout.
Land meets building requirements and has already passed prior perc test at preferred home sites. On the Buckland side there are approx. 48 + known acres and 347 ft of frontage on Bray Rd, sufficient for at least one estate/farm lot developable by right. Land spans an additional 13 + known acres into Conway, MA with potential to accommodate family compound or additional guest/farm worker residences via right of way zoning, with further possibility to build off the old Deerfield/Charlemont Road that runs through both towns on the property, with suitable sites offering privacy and views throughout. Additional acreage is expected to be gained upon final survey.
Road frontage is on quiet country road only 1.4 miles from Shelburne Falls village center and convenient to the Mohawk Trail/RT 2, a popular destination for its spectacular fall foliage, antique shops and farm stands. Shelburne Falls is known for its cultural and natural attractions ranging from shops & galleries, fine eateries and farmer's markets, to the famous Glacial Potholes & Bridge of Flowers, as well as fishing & white water rafting on the Deerfield River, hiking trails, winter skiing and snowboarding at the nearby Berkshire East Mountain Resort and more.
Property has a rich history in the area known as "Moonshine Hill" and site of historic dance pavilion. With diverse terrain, long range views, pristine woodlands & water, land also lends itself to hiking, cross country skiing, horseback riding trails, ATVs, hunting, wildlife conservation and other recreational/ educational opportunities.
For more information or to schedule a viewing please contact land owner at:
[email protected] or call 413-367-0340 (H) or 413-768-8426 (M).