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13.60 Acres Of Land For Sale In Black Brook, New York
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Over 13 acres of wooded land wedged between Route 3 and the Soucy Road in the town of Black Brook. This is actually two separate parcels being sold as one. Tax ID #272.-2-12.1 and Tax ID# 272.-2-12-4. The listed assessed value and taxes are the total for both parcels combined.
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