Build your dream home on this level lot in Quarry Estates in Corltandt Manor. Proposed site/drawings for 1 family dwelling attached. Convenient location, close to stores, highway and schools.
Listing courtesy of ONEKEY / Coldwell Banker Realty
MLS# H6070031 —
Amenities & Taxes
- Rt. 202 W to Left onto Old Crompond Road, at Fork go right to 4th street, see sign on vacant land-32 North 4th Street.
- Development Status:
- Raw Land
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- Property Sub Type:
- Unimproved Land
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- Contact info:
- Agent phone:
- (914) 403-7203
- Office phone:
- (914) 277-5000
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- Cable Available
- Septic Tank
- Elementary School:
- Lincoln Titus Elementary School
- Elementary School District:
- Middle Or Junior School:
- Lakeland-Copper Beech Middle Sch
- Middle Or Junior School District:
- High School:
- Walter Panas High School
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- Subdivision Name:
- Quarry Acres
- Development Name:
- Quarry Acres
- Senior Community:
Walter Panas High School
Lincoln Titus Elementary School
Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School
GreatSchools scores are based on a scale from 1 to 10, where 10 is above average.
The school service areas are not definitive and should only be used as guidance. GreatSchools Ratings provided by www.greatschools.org
This property has minimal flood risk
This property has a . Although flood risks across the country are changing because of the environment, this property is unlikely to flood over the next 30 years.
Recommended: MassiveCert estimates that this property is in FEMA Zone X, which means that flood insurance is recommended, but not required.
ClimateCheck® ratings reflect hazard risk at a property relative to the rest of the contiguous United States. Ratings are based on projected 2050 risk and the change from historical risk.
A rating of 1 represents the lowest risk; 100 is the highest.
Climate models project that both the frequency and amount of precipitation are likely to increase throughout most of the US. Your storm risk rating is based on both of these dynamics: the typical number of extremely wet or snowy events and the amount of rain or snow that will fall during those storms. An extremely wet event for your area experiences an amount of precipitation over 48 hours that normally happens only 8 times during the 1981-2005 baseline period.
Drought risk is based on water supply stress, which estimates how much of the available water in a location will be used by human activity, like watering the lawn. This information is specific to each watershed, or drainage basin, and takes into account both the projected supply of water, projected demand due to population growth and water use, and features of the watershed, such as soil properties and land cover.
Heat risk estimates are based on the typical number of extremely hot days that you can expect in the future. An extremely hot day for your area has a high temperature that normally happens only on the hottest 8 days of the year, during the baseline period from 1981 to 2005.
Fire risk estimates are based on projections for the average proportion of the area surrounding your home that will burn annually. Baseline estimates for burned area are drawn from the Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity project and MC2 simulation data, and supplemented with Cal-Adapt modeled historical area burned since 1960.
Sep 14, 2020
|Listed / Active||ONEKEY||$93,000|
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