With sloping elevation toward a plateaued building site, this virgin land totaling 1.34 surveyed acres offers views of an iconic Shelter Island farm to one side and borders over 20 acres in the rear. Delivered with Health Department Permits in place for six bedroom septic system, this idyllic acreage is ensconced within one of the oldest subdivided areas on Shelter Island, around the corner from the grand estates on Nostrand Parkway to the west. In the opposite direction are located the most popular beach areas, along which are The Pridwin Hotel, which is completing a $17-million high end renovation, The Perlman Music Camp and Sunset Beach Hotel.
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