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Curt and Fleur Strand generously donated their house and property on Kaufmann Lane in Shushan to ASA as a gift of real estate. The property, which they had already protected with a conservation easement, is currently listed for sale with Select Sotheby's International Realty.
This beautiful 179-acre property is very private and located at the end of a town maintained dirt road. It is largely forested and includes landscaped perennial gardens, stone walls and patios, and a 1-acre, spring-fed pond. The original portion of the house is a classic 1860’s farmhouse with authentic details, including wide floorboards and a stone fireplace. A recent architect-designed addition effectively blends a modern, open floor plan with the original structure.
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Seeking a tranquil place to build a cabin in the country, start a small farm or pursue hunting or recreational interests? ASA is pleased to offer a 116.5-acre property in the town of Hoosick that offers many options to prospective buyers and all within a minute drive of State Routes 22, 7 and 346. This vacant property features approximately 20 acres of fields, which are currently leased to a farmer, in addition to woodlands and reverting pastures which make terrific wildlife habitat. It offers views of the Green Mountains of Vermont as well as the rolling hills of West Hoosick. The property is located on Breese Hollow Road (County Route 100), where ASA has worked to conserve 460 acres on two farms.
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 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 with property taxes.
The Latest NEWS
Skip and Selena Clark, dairy farmers who also operate a custom crop business, have conserved 240 acres in Jackson and Petersburgh
John McMahon and his son Dan have protected 343 rich, riverbottom acres in Petersburgh.
Charles and Marcia Reiss have donated an easement on their 47-acre property in Shushan.