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$560,000 | 189.55 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 | Total Lots 2 Plainfield NH Land »

Acres 189.55   
Listed on Wednesday Jul 3, 2024
Description: 189.46 acres consisting of 2 lots of surveyed woodlands in current use. Lot 2 and 3 being sold together: Lot 2 is 141.59 acres and Lot 3 is 47.96 acres. A third parcel of 11.80 acres with a 3 bedroom house is also available as a package. See MLS # 5003348. The same family has owned the property for 60+ years. Current use map shows hardwood mix, poplar, pine and hemlock. The property hasn't been logged in decades. Recent appraisal is $685,000. See Listing Details & 3 images.

$199,000 | 17.4 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 | Total Lots 2 Plainfield NH Land »

Acres 17.4   
Listed on Thursday May 23, 2024
Description: Build your dream home in the heart of The Upper Valley. A gently sloping lot that rises to a perched building site, pristine privacy, and a blend of hardwoods & softwoods. An opportunity to create a homestead of your own close to shopping and amenities. 10 minutes to I89 and 20 minutes to I91. Located off Route 12A, but nestled in the hillside. Entrance to property is located at 585 Route 12A. DO NOT drive up the woods road. Buyer to pay any fees associated with removal from the Current Use Program. See Listing Details & 13 images. Includes a Virtual Tour

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