State Farm Road West Parcel - Kinderhook, Columbia County

State Farm Road, Kinderhook, NY
Property Location: 
West side of State Farm Road 42° 25' 58.5156" N, 73° 40' 42.0348" W
East side of State Farm Road 42° 25' 48.6804" N, 73° 40' 42.6792" W
Auction Date: 
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Minimum Bid: 
Final Bid: 

The parcel is primarily vacant land and sits on both sides of State Farm Road. The portion of the parcel West of the road is vacant cropland with high-quality soils. It has approximately 1790’ frontage and begins immediately across from Konkle Lane (the access road to the Town of Kinderhook Volunteers' Park). The portion of the parcel on the east side of State Farm Road is partly cleared and tillable with a drop-off to the Valatie Kill. It has approximately 380’ of frontage, and is located approximately halfway between Dogwood Knolls and the Ichabod Crane School campus. Improvements on the east side of the road include a large pole barn, a two-bay garage, mobile home, and a root cellar.  Approximately 25% of the property is wooded. 

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