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$367,000 | 65.59 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 | Total Lots 2 Cornish NH Land »

Acres 65.59   
Listed on Wednesday Dec 13, 2023
Description: Set in an ideal country location yet a short distance to all conveniences this 65+ acres of land with an open pasture and woods are ready for you to explore. The land consists of two lots, one which would be landlocked without the purchase of the larger lot therefore the property is being sold together.    Should you choose to sell the upper lot, you can deed a right of way to the new owners.   With the possibility of views, this property is desirable whether you're looking to build your dream home or have a small farmstead.   Mature timber provides the new owner with some immediate income to offset the cost of purchase.  This land has something to offer everyone. See Listing Details & 4 images.

$149,900 | 1.87 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 | Total Lots 2 Cornish NH Land »

Acres 1.87   
Listed on Friday Jun 16, 2023
Description: HARD TO FIND IN CORNISH!! A LEVEL BUILDING LOT WITH A BRAND NEW 4 BEDROOM SEPTIC SYSTEM INSTALLED. IT ALSO COMES WITH A DRILLED WELL ALREADY IN PLACE. GREAT SPOT TO BUILD YOUR HOME. COME TO CORNISH AND SEE WHAT THIS WONDERFUL LITTLE TOWN HAS TO OFFER. See Listing Details & 9 images.

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