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This 51.03+/- acre property of gently sloped mixed woodlands offer privacy, recreation, and the opportunity for a private home site build project in Alexandria, NH. Cruising the old logging trails will offer the pleasant sights and sounds of vintage stone walls, quaint stream beds, abundant wildlife, and neat rock formations - where stunning views of Bristol and Newfound Lake can be found. Comprised of two adjoining parcels, the 5.03+/- acre road frontage acreage received an approval for construction (2008) for the installation of a private septic system supporting a three bedroom home. A drilled well is typical for the area. The 5.03+/- acres belong to the Newfound Hills Subdivision which includes approx. 1,025 ft of private road frontage. The remaining 46+/- acres is not associated with the subdivision or the covenants/by-laws and no portion of the property is entered into current use. Also, there is no town zoning. The last power pole is located roughly 800 feet from the trail head access to the proposed home site. Currently, the majority of the private road appears to be seasonal for the most part. Enjoy the excellent proximity to Newfound Lake, the Lakes Region, Interstate-93, and all recreation the area has to offer! Seller indicates current yearly dues of approx. $200.

Listed by Michael Wrobel and Curtis Trousdale, Preferred Properties

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