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179 Timberline Trail, West Park
Located at the very end of a private road owned by a homeowners association. River views are possible with proper home site selection and clearing. The land to the riverside of this lot is under a Scenic Hudson Conservation Easement. The land to the South is 500 wooded acres owned by Saint Cabrini. The land to the North is protected state lands and the John Burroughs Society. Beyond the immediate sub division, your future privacy is guaranteed. If your looking to enjoy the outdoors right out your front door, this is it. Hiking, snow shoeing, hunting, fishing are all around you. Over 1,200 acres of public lands.
- MLS® #20190162
- FeaturesADDITIONAL LAND AVAILABLE, ADJACENT TO STATE LAND, SECLUDED, SLOPE-MODERATE, SLOPE-STEEPLY, WOODED
- ViewMOUNTAIN, WATER
- DistrictNEW PALTZ
- Listing AgentDennis Cooper
- Listing OfficeWin Morrison Realty
- Address179 Timberline Trail
- CityWest Park
- CountyUlster County
- Zip Code12493
- Lot DescriptionADDITIONAL LAND AVAILABLE, ADJACENT TO STATE LAND, SECLUDED, SLOPE-MODERATE, SLOPE-STEEPLY, WOODED
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