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Conserved Property For Sale

24.45 acres in the town of Wright for sale

Dugan Hill Road

Dugan Hill Property

Seeking a tranquil place to start a small farm, build a home or just escape the hustle and bustle? The Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA) is pleased to offer a 24.45-acre property in the Town of Wright, Schoharie County, NY that offers many options to prospective buyers and all within a short drive of Interstate 88 and the Village of Schoharie and within 25 miles of Albany/Colonie/Schenectady. This vacant property features four fields, which are currently used by a local farmer for hay, in addition to a small patch of woods. It offers views of Rundycup Mountain and the hills to the west of I-88. The property is located off Dugan Hill Road, just north of State Highway 443.

This property is a generous gift to ASA as part of our Gifts of Real Estate Program. As a condition of the sale, a conservation easement, held by a local land trust, will run with the land restricting it to agricultural and forestry uses as well as a single-family residence. As a bonus, keeping the fields in agricultural assessment and applying for the NYS Conservation Tax Credit will help keep the property affordable.

The asking price is $42,900. For more information, please contact Renee or Chris at ASA at 518-692-7285 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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