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Salem View Farm is an epic offering, unique in scale and significance. This dominant piece of the Hudson Valley landscape is over 399 acres, five parcels in total, in the Town of Southeast. Three of the lots are in the North Salem school district and the remaining two, in the Brewster school district. Old hay fields span gently rolling hilltops with wide vistas in all directions. This property has been nothing but farm for hundreds of years. It is surrounded by equestrian facilities, high value home developments, and 93 year old Vails Grove golf course. Currently approximately 70 acres is hayed, while 300 acres remain wild woods, streams, and fallow fields. A portion of the woods are tapped for maple syrup. Its hard to imagine that such a magnificent piece of land will ever be available for sale again in this area. Here are endless agrarian opportunities, a fantastic setting for an equestrian paradise, and the potential to build homes with unparalleled views. The North Salem school district is highly rated, with less than 1,100 students K-12 and a 9 to 1 student/teacher ratio. Agricultural exemptions reduce property taxes to $7,009. A new development could potentially connect to a nearby sewage treatment plant with excess capacity. Significant road frontage on Nichols Road, Dingle Ridge Road and Peach Lake Road (Route 121). Less than a mile to I-84, less than two miles to I-684, just a mile to both Westchester County and Danbury, CT, the location is ideal. Click on the virtual tour for a panorama shot of the property. Use your mouse to do a full 360 degree tour.