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Land for sale including Lakefront Property in Keeseville New York

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$695,000 12.9 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 4341 sqft
687 Trout Pond Road, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

12.9 acres Keeseville, NY

This is truly a unique property that is both secluded and accessible to nearby towns (e.g., Lake Placid, Plattsburgh), Adirondack Mountain recreation areas, and interstate 87. On about 12.9 acres, the property stretches along the pond with 2045 feet of waterfront and no neighbors in sight. The home, custom built by a master craftsman in 1991, is a contemporary, two-story structure of western red cedar with a covered front porch, expansive southwest-facing deck, screened back porch (including built-in Murphy bed for summer sleeping), and magnificent mahogany and hemlock exterior doors. The home has an open floor plan with a top of the line kitchen, custom stone fireplace, and a master suite.
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$599,000 184.5 acres
214 Shun Pike Road, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

184.5 acres Keeseville, NY

Beautiful 184.50 acre parcel with endless potential. This property would be ideal for recreational enthusiasts; hunting, fishing, and trapping. Agricultural use is a possibility or build your dream home on this hidden Adirondack gem.
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$369,000 2.5 acres 6 Beds | 3 Baths | 4390 sqft
213 Corlear Bay Road, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

2.5 acres Keeseville, NY

Located on beautiful Lake Champlain, this 6 bedroom, 3 bath home is a must see! Breathtaking views of the Lake and Mountains from the great room. Master Suite has stairs that lead to an office with a kitchenette. 2 bedrooms downstairs are a walk through as are the oversized bedrooms upstairs. Lots of closet space, including a cedar closet in the laundry room. Screen porch and a large deck that leads to stairs bringing you to 150 feet of stony beach. Guest house has a rustic charm with 2 bedrooms upstairs and a small kitchen and living area downstairs. Private drive and large detached 3 car garage.
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$299,900 189.7 acres
30 Niesen Rd, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

189.7 acres Keeseville, NY

189.7 acres with over 650' of frontage on Augur. Only small section of that frontage is usable for boat ramp. Frontage on both sides of Augur Lake Rd. Clark Rd, and Niesen Rd. Building lots w/ wonderful lake views from section closer to Augur Lake Rd. Property has been timbered over the years using sustainable timbering principles and there are 50 acres that have NEVER been timbered. Part of lot is Resource Management and part is rural. No APA requests have been made to date.
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$249,900 4.1 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1368 sqft
22 Dellwood Lane, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

4.1 acres Keeseville, NY

Augur Lake yr-round ranch on 4.1 acres with 145' of frontage. Privacy abounds on this large waterfront lot. Single floor living is possible with laundry moved upstairs to the existing office room. Former owner heated with woodstoves & Monitor w/ electric baseboard back up. Oversized Wrap-around deck facing lake.2ca det garage, insulated w/ heater & attic space for storage. Wildlife abounds on this mostly wooded lot. Augur Lake may be accessed by owners on the lake only and offers the ideal setting for seasonal use or yr round residence. SELLER MOTIVATED
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$179,900 0.4 acres
154 Water Edge, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

0.4 acres Keeseville, NY

Enjoy the sunrises from this lake front property. View of Lake Champlain, Green Mountains and located directly across from Burlington, VT. Woodstove in family room. 101 feet along Lake Champlain. Older mobile home needs work but would make a nice camp. Close to I-87, AuSable Chasm, golf course, Port Kent train stations & ferry to Burlington, Vermont. Priced below assessed value!
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$79,000 65.9 acres
0 Dugway Road, Keeseville, NY 12944 - Essex County

65.9 acres Keeseville, NY

Almost one mile of river frontage on the AuSable River and 66 acres located in Chesterfield. 1,875 feet of road frontage off Dugway Road. This large parcel has a combination of wooded areas and meadows that is bordered by the Ausable River to give you your own private fishing area with 5,200 feet of shoreline. The owners believe it was select cut about 15-18 years ago. Located in the Adirondack Park with a low intensity designation.