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10.35 Acres Of Land For Sale In MOORESTOWN, New Jersey

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Estate-worthy IMPROVED residential lot on quiet, quaint Garwood Road in Moorestown Township, NJ. Thirty minutes from Center City Philadelphia and six minutes to Moorestown's Main Street, Garwood Road has maintained its country-road character with fresh air, low traffic, and a natural calm that helps define this premier Moorestown address. Containing lush, pristine woods this property attracts an array of wildlife, enjoyable in every season. Over 400 feet of road frontage sets the stage for a future home that would set-back approximately 300-400+/- feet in the relative privacy of a naturally wooded backdrop that extends an additonal 600+/- feet behind the residence. Currently enjoyed and easily managed as a tree farm, the future owner may retain the NJ farmland status (for all but 1.5 acres, the residential zone’s minimum lot size) in place. Farmland status allows operation of a so-called “gentleman’s farm” if desired, at reduced tax rates. Currently, the property carries a property tax of approximately one-hundred dollars a year given its existing classificaton as a registered tree farm. The property is "shovel ready" for it carries all required entitlements including: Septic designed, approved, and on file (Burlington County) to support up to a five bedroom home; Phase 1 and Phase 2 environmental studies completed; New Jersey state environmental permits in-hand to include a current NJDEP Letter of Interpretation (LOI) and approved NJDEP transition area permit with completed wetland delination. Additionally, both public water and natural gas (PSE&G) have already been INSTALLED on the parcel. The lot sits across the road from the Ester Yanai Preserve, a Moorestown Open Space tract that guarantees an undeveloped vista, plus an additional 34 acres of open-space woods available to explore. Located in a highly desirable area of upscale homes, friendly neighbors, and Blue Ribbon schools, improved land of this nature rarely becomes available in this highly sought South Jersey township. As such, this estate tract has few comparables, on or off the market in all of Moorestown. Lot may NOT be subdivided.

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