Arguably one of the most spectacular privately owned waterfront properties from New York City to Albany is this magnificent 199.10 acre peninsula on the dead end of Sweezey Road in the Town of New Baltimore. Family owned for 100 plus years. It was once a destination point for travel from Columbia County to Greene County by way of Weaver's Ferry, which transported passengers, goods and services back and forth from Stuyvesant to the New Baltimore/Coxsackie area. This sprawling property stretches for 1,850 +/- feet of road frontage on Sweezey Road, 4,200 +/- feet of waterfront on the Historic Hudson River and 4,600 +/- feet of waterfront on the Coxsackie Creek. What makes this property unique is it's size and location. It's surrounded by water on three sides and located in the Town of New Baltimore with access to Coxsackie-Athens Central Schools. This sequestered property is only accessible through Riverside Avenue which travels about 2 miles north along the Hudson River from Coxsackie's revitalized Reed's Landing and downtown business district. This property was once the grounds where a portion of the abandoned Albany-Greene Turnpike was. This was a common place for waterfront travel to points north in Albany and points south as far as NYC. The topography primarily lends itself to additional waterfront housing besides the 3 houses already situated on the property. There is additional buildable areas further up the ascent to the higher ground where an all-encompassing westerly Catskill Mountain and an easterly Berkshire/ Appalachian view are more readily achieved. Super secluded, yet minutes from downtown Coxsackie's business district including the Yellow Deli Coffee and Bistro, Che Figata Italian Bistro, Mansion and Reed General Store, and THE WIRE! The Hudson Valley's newest Wedding and Event Center. A little over 2 hours north of NYC this property is offered at $12,500,000.00.
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