1.4 ACRES IN ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, NY
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Located in the Town of Macomb not far from the St. Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands area, this lot sits near the Adirondack Mountains just south of the Canadian border. Nestled in the bucolic New England countryside, the surrounding landscape includes rolling farmlands, streams, lakes and woods.
“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt, U.S. president
The lot has direct access via NY-58.
The property is about 40 minutes to the Thousand Islands and 1 hour and 30 minutes to Adirondack State Park. There are many recreational opportunities in the area, including historic sites, fishing and hunting, cross-country skiing, hiking, wineries, canoeing and kayaking, and whitewater rafting.
“Ninety percent of all millionaires become so through owning real estate. More money has been made in real estate than in all industrial investments combined. The wise young man or wage earner of today invests his money in real estate.” – Andrew Carnegie, billionaire industrialist
According to the Town of Macomb’s code enforcement officer, there are no restrictions on use for this property, including RV use.
CASH DISCOUNT PURCHASE PRICE $3,999 + $495 DOCUMENT FEE
We accept personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders and Zelle.
SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE
$299 down with a $299 document fee and $299 per month for 21 months at 0% APR. No prepayment penalty. No credit checks.
TITLE AND USE
What you can or cannot legally do on the land is controlled by the local government, not by us or any seller. Please contact the county, providing them with the parcel number, to confirm zoning, access, and available utilities.
ABOUT ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY
St. Lawrence County is located in Northern New York along the Canadian border. The Adirondack Mountains lie to the east, the Thousand Islands to the south, and the St. Lawrence River to the northwest. Situated on the Canadian border, the county benefits from trade with Canada. The region has an abundance of hydropower, providing affordable power for residents of the area. The county also has a low crime rate and strong K-12 education.
According to the St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency, “The County’s relatively sparse population (42 people per square mile) has the advantage of affording ample acreages of greenspace and fresh water that not only attract tourists but are also key components of the quality of life in the County for residents who want to hunt, fish, boat, engage in winter sports, or simply enjoy the great outdoors. The southwestern part of the County is in the Thousand Islands region and about a third of the County lies in the Adirondack Park – in which the County’s Five Ponds wilderness has one of the last stands of virgin timber in the State.”
ABOUT THE THOUSAND ISLANDS
According to Visit 1000 Island, “Anywhere you go, the 1000 Islands is truly a fun and friendly destination. Stroll through village downtowns, have fun on the water all day long or take in a drive-in movie at night. Have a ball on mini-links throughout the region, get behind the wheel of a go-kart or visit zoos and aquariums focused on local forest and marine life.
Come in the spring and smell the sweet aroma of maple sugar shacks on both sides of the U.S./Canada border. Apple orchards are scattered throughout the region, making autumn a peak visitor period for savoring cider and fresh-made donuts.
Visual and performing arts are abundant in the 1000 Islands with many venues and special arts events presented by local organizations. Throughout the summer, visitors enjoy a lively schedule of theater productions, gallery exhibits and special museum shows.”
Tax Map #: 158.001-2-14
Tax Acct #: 405400
GPS Boundary Coordinates: 44.3850261917319,-75.5563319942609; 44.3844804347875,-75.557464409763; 44.3837108258759,-75.5567370127905; 44.3843597198879,-75.5565393684128
TAXES ARE PAID AND CURRENT
Annual taxes are $211.04. Taxes have been paid through 2018 and no back taxes are owed.
“Buy on the fringe and wait. Buy land near a growing city! Buy real estate when other people want to sell. Hold what you buy!” – John Jacob Astor, real estate and business mogul
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are there any improvements on the lot? No, the lot is vacant.
What utilities are available? Water and sewer would need to be a well and septic system. Power and cable are available on NY-58.
Can you build on the property? Yes, you should be able to build on this property, you will just need to ensure that the well and septic system have a distance of 100′ from each other. Please contact the Town of Macomb for more information on how to obtain a building permit.
What kind of deed will I receive? You will a receive a special warranty deed, which means the seller is guaranteeing that the property wasn’t encumbered during the time of his/her ownership.
How many people can be included on the deed? You can have as many people listed on the deed as you would like.
Can the deed be made out to an LLC? Yes, the deed can be made out to an LLC or corporation.
Does the property come with mineral rights? We buy all of our properties assuming that we only have the surface rights. In order to determine whether a particular property has mineral rights, you will usually need to hire a title company to run a mineral rights search going all the way back to the original homestead.
“Buying real estate is not only the best way, the quickest way, the safest way, but the only way to become wealthy.” – Marshall Field, entrepreneur
We completed an extensive due diligence process on this lot, but we recommend you do your own research as well. Take the time to get to know your new property before purchasing – it could remain in your family for generations!
“Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” – Mark Twain, writer and humorist
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