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RIVERFRONT BUILDING LOT WITH DIRECT BOAT ACCESS LOT TO NEWFOUND LAKE when you own this private 7 acre wooded lot on the scenic and calm Fowler River. So rarely does a riverfront building lot with direct boating access to Newfound Lake come on the market especially at its very above average size of over 7 acres. Small portion of land along shore line in Federal 100 year Flood Zone as shown on Flood Zone Map and small wetlands on the property but lots of dry and usable land and potential building sites to choose from. Requirements to build include a state approved septic design and necessary town and state permits to be assumed by the buyer. Located only about 1/2 mile away from Wellington State Park beach on Newfound Lake and hiking trails, about 1 mile away from 2 town beaches on Newfound Lake. For those who always dreamed of building their dream custom built home or vacation home on a river and crave their privacy, being surrounded by nature, love swimming, boating and fishing this is a very rare opportunity that you cannot afford to miss out on. Abutting 7 acre lot also for sale for $89,900 or purchase both lots together for a package price of $159,900. This lot is in Current Use with any current penalty assessed by the Town being assumed by the Buyer.

Listed by John Worthen, Coldwell Banker Old Mill Properties/B

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