As the great Mark Twain once said, ''Buy land, they're not making it anymore!'' This large, wooded, residential lot in East Harwich can possibly be subdivided into 2 buildable lots! Dorset Drive is a proposed, private way. The total lot size is 2.04 acres, which the town has informally said can be subdivided into 2 buildable lots (as each lot can be the required minimum of 40,000 sq ft per lot, with 150 feet of frontage on the proposed Dorset Drive). With current Town of Harwich minimum residential zoning setbacks of 25 feet front and 20 feet on the sides/rear, there is plenty of space to build large homes. Each lot would be limited to a maximum 4 bedroom home/septic system design. Any engineering for redrawing the current subdivision plan, subdividing the lot, the private gravel road construction (and any other road construction requirements by town) and any house permitting, etc., is all at buyer's expense. This lot must be sold with the 1.06-acre lot at 6 Dorset Drive, which is currently for sale for $225,000 (see MLS #22203872). Buyers and their agents must perform all due diligence regarding this property and info in this MLS listing.
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Listing Agent: Rob Serroni, Jr
Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Martha Murray