35 Acre Assemblage- Residential Development or Agricultural Land

129 & 131A Haverhill Rd Amesbury, MA 01913

129 & 131A Haverhill Rd, Amesbury, MA, 01913
129 & 131A Haverhill Rd, Amesbury, MA, 01913
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Amount:
$839,900
Last Verified:
Feb 15, 2019

Highlights

  • 35.5 Acres
  • Many uses By Right or Exception
  • Easy Interstate Access- Great Commuter Location

Description

Faulkner & Associates is pleased to offer this 35+ acre assemblage of residential development or agricultural land. All 35.5 acres is in the R40 zone. R40 permits Agricultural, Residential, Schools and more. Other uses allowed by right or exception. This property stretches from Haverhill Road towards Lake Attitash.

Permits in hand for 44 40B units on one of the lots. Wetland delineation, engineering and conceptual plans are in place. All plans are subject to Planning Board and Conservation Commission review. Conceptual plans are also in hand for 17+ single-family homes.

This is your opportunity to build in Amesbury, where significant pending commercial development may pave the way for even more housing and agriculture demand. This asseblage lies equidistant from I-495 Exit 54 in Amesbury and Exit 53 in Merrimac. Buyer to be responsible for all due diligence and final approvals. The Amesbury Zoning Table of Uses is attached.

Situated directly on MA Route 110 (Haverhill Rd)

Lot Size: 35.46 acres

Map of 129 & 131A Haverhill Rd, Amesbury, MA, 01913

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