Get a head start on building your dream home in this upscale neighborhood. Here is a compelling opportunity to acquire the last building lot on a desirable street in East Hampton's bucolic Northwest Woods area that's just 2.5 miles to the village center. This one-acre parcel has had $100,000 worth of improvements that will save two to three months of construction time. This property predates new clearing restrictions and as a result offers a very generous building envelope. The building envelope is flanked by over 75 newly planted evergreens, ensuring privacy on all lot lines. A new and updated property survey is in place; lot topography is flat but with a very slight pitch that facilitates drainage - it is ideal for construction of a new home with garage and pool. Improvements include clearing, complete electric service in place and running, water well has been drilled, irrigation system in place for plantings, and construction driveway in place. The lot price includes all these recent improvements. Inquire about pre-construction opportunities from the builder of all the homes on the street, and available plans for homes ranging from 2,400+/- sq. ft. to over 6,000+/- sq. ft.
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