35+/- Sub-Dividable High Visibility Acres Available

Rt 102 & Robinson Rd Hudson, NH 03051

Rt 102 & Robinson Rd, Hudson, NH, 03051
Development Site
Rt 102 & Robinson Rd, Hudson, NH, 03051
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$3,500,000
Last Verified:
Feb 27, 2019

Highlights

  • High Traffic Location
  • High Visibility Site
  • Sub-dividable 7 - 35 Acres
  • Public Water at Site
  • Natural Gas at Site

Description

Located at the busy, signalized, four-way intersection of Route 102 and Robinson Road, this 35+/- acre Hudson development property features available municipal water, natural gas and a flexible G-1 zoning. The site provides excellent visibility and high traffic counts in this fast developing area. Land splits are available from 7 to 35 acres. Potential uses for this site include: Commercial, such as retail, restaurants, automotive, professional buildings, indoor recreation, nursing homes and daycare facilities; Industrial, like research labs, manufacturing facilities, contractor yards, warehousing and wholesale distributors; Community facilities, such as religious, hospital, school and childcare; Residential, including single, two-family and manufactured housing developments. Whatever project you are considering for development, this site offers the flexibility, space and amenities to make it your top choice.
2 Additional 2+/- Acre Pad Sites available at the same intersection.

Developing area at the intersection of rt 102 & Robinson Rd. Varying topography from rolling hillside to level.

Lot Size: 35.0 acres

Map of Rt 102 & Robinson Rd, Hudson, NH, 03051

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