Nassau Farm Land 2 1860’s Barns Restored 3 Plus Acres 12123

Nassau 2 1860's Barns Restored 3 Plus Acres. An unusual find that would be perfect as a mini-farm on 3.47 acres with 2 barns builtin 1860's that have been restored. With raised beds and beautiful views of a waterfall it is priced to sell.

Nassau Farm Land 2 1860’s Barns Restored 3 Plus Acres.  An unusual find that would be perfect as a mini-farm on 3.47 acres  With raised beds and beautiful views of a waterfall it is priced to sell.   

Nassau Farm Land

Nassau Farm Land

Nassau Farm Land 2 1860’s Barns Restored

Nassau Farm Land is in the southern part of Rensselaer County border to the south by Columbia County, to the west by the Town of Schodack, to the north by the Town of Sand Lake, to the east by the Town of Stephentown.

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 45.2 square miles and a population of 4,818 people, 97% white. The median income for a household is $46,526 and the per capita income for the town is $21,785.

The town of Nassau was organized in 1806 as Philipstown, in honor of Philip Van Rensselaer. In its first few years, it was to undergo several name changes. During this time, it was known as New Stores, then Union Village, and finally, in 1818, Nassau.

Nassau Village, with its population of 300 and 57 houses at the time of its incorporation in 1819, was the social center of Nassau. There were hotels – the Kelly Hotel, later called the Kingman House, and the Homestead Hotel, built by Jonathan Hoag in 1792. It was said to have been one of the stops on the underground railway for escaping slaves.

Nassau Farm Land 2 1860’s Barns Restored

In addition to being a social center, the village was an industrial center, with its grist mills, carriage factories, card shop, candy factory, and shingle and lath factory. In the early 1900s, Nassau had a piano factory.

In recent years, there has been much development activity in the region within which the Town of Nassau is located. This activity includes both residential and non-residential development and has affected surrounding towns in Rensselaer County as well as communities to the south in Columbia County.

The Town of Nassau which has not experienced the large-scale development activity that some area towns have in recent years, Nassau has seen an increase in residential development, particularly small to medium subdivisions, as well as pressure for industrial development. As growth continues in the Capital District and Hudson Valley regions, Nassau can reasonably expect increased development.

For more information on Nassau Farm Land 2 1860’s Barns Restored 3 Plus Acres call 800-398-8802.

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Basic Information

  • Price: $60,000 
  • Property ID: 4517 
  • Town Taxes: 184 
  • School Taxes: 261 
  • Prop. Class: Residential 
  • Town: Nassau 
  • Contact Agent: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker