Nice large parcel at Route 203 in Nassau, NY near the Columbia County line.
38.54 Acres with mixed topography. There is a pond on the property.
Possibly this land could be developed for industrial use, as per the Town of Nassau.
Possibly a great private hunting preserve.
A little history: Nassau has experienced three distinct periods of development: the initial “discovery” and earliest settlement, the late 18th/early 19th Century development of an established village center and the turn of the 20th Century period of industrial growth.
The earliest inhabitants were Native Americans. A trail extended north toward Burden Lake and south to larger Indian villages along the Kinderhook Creek.
A spring of clear, fresh water flowed from the present village center. While the Hudson River Valley witnessed settlement by the Dutch, development of interior land was slow. Dutch farmers were more attracted to the richer lowlands nearer the river than the less desirable areas father inland. Consequently, settlements of lands along the upper Kinderhook and Valatie Kill were a result of westward expansion by New England settlers from the east.
Close to Massachusetts and Vermont.
- Ichabod Crane Schools
- mixed topography