Opportunity knocks on Taylor Road

Farm property suitable for crops, vineyards or orchards; the 290 acres also has approval for a partial sub-division


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— A beautiful farm with an abundance of rolling land can be yours. This is the stuff that dreams are made of.

Get ready to roll up your sleeves and create your own future.

Whether you dream of working the land yourself or building a community, this is one opportunity that you won’t want to miss.

The call of 36 Taylor Road is hard to ignore and you will start to feel excited as soon as you lay your eyes on this little kingdom.

Scenic views and beautiful trees dot the landscape and there are currently four buildings on the property.

Seize your chance to turn oodles of land into a whole lot of money.

This property seems to be made for a commercial agricultural operation.

This property also is suitable for crops, vineyards, orchards, nurseries or dairies.

There’s nothing like working the land yourself and here is a business opportunity that the whole family could fall in love with.

Or maybe you have an entirely different vision for this property.

For those with an eye on building, here you have 290-acres of land already approved for a partial sub-division.

There’s so much value and potential in this property.

Maps are available.

Buyer must pay agricultural roll-back taxes.

The total acreage also includes Sec. 18 BLK.1 Lot 2.

The property is approximately 50-miles from New York City.

Commuters will also appreciate the easy access to Route 17A and Route 94.

Contact Barbara Raynor by calling 845-986-1151 for a tour.

Each week's featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by The Warwick Advertiser's advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Frank Curcio at sales@strausnews.com.





Essential information

Address: 36 Taylor Road, Warwick
Price: $4,500,000
Taxes: $67,000 (estimate.
Agent: Barbara White
Raynor Country
845 986-1151




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