This Charming Long Island Acreage was a portion of The Estate of Claygon Cartwright and is located in Petty’s Settlement, Long Island - With 12.57 acres of prime land ideally located close to Clarence Town. This lush undulating acreage is in close proximity to key amenities - shopping, liquor stores, churches, BTC, Island Luck, the local port and an eleven minute drive to Deadman’s Cay airport. Despite its central location on the island, the property is in an area that is serene and private as it stretches Northern ward over three hills towards the waterfront. There is 125 feet of frontage on the water, with elevated views of the Atlantic Ocean. Open-zoned, the property has road access down the length of it and electricity is in place. This parcel of Paradise would make an ideal investment to create an extensive estate property with multiple villas or for a unique resort destination with beautiful cottages or townhomes or the land could even be subdivided and sold as several parcels. Don’t miss this opportunity to own this prime piece of real estate.
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