Dresden Hill Parcel is along a rural dead-end town-maintained road, with a northeasterly aspect lending itself to views of the lower Champlain Valley and the eastern flank of the Lake George mountain range. There is power at the town road and relatively flat access to several attractive potential homesites.
The property is on the western side of the Champlain Valley between northern Lake George and the South Bay of Lake Champlain. The village of Ticonderoga is 13 miles to the north, and the village of Whitehall is 14 miles south. It is a 20-minute drive to Huellets Landing, where there is a marina and public boat launch on Lake George. Lake George access is also available in Ticonderoga and Gull Bay, a 10-minute drive north. There are also several public access points to Lake Champlain in the vicinity.
Access is provided by the town-maintained Dresden Hill Road, off New York Route 22. There is power along the road and a clearing at the frontage. A driveway could be installed further into the property to develop a homesite with views of the valley and the central spine of the Green Mountains.
The Dresden Hill Parcel contains a mix of Hemlock and mixed hardwoods, predominantly Sugar Maple, Basswood, Ash, and Beech. A small seasonal stream runs along the northern boundary among scattered glacial erratic boulders.
The property is relatively flat from the road frontage making for good potential development access for a homesite on the high point with views to the northeast of the Champlain Valley, the eastern flank of the Lake George mountain range, and further out, the central spine of the Green Mountains.
In addition, the area is private, with only a handful of homes on the road. Finally, the property’s proximity to Lake George and Lake Champlain makes it an ideal basecamp for convenient access to the Adirondack and Green Mountains.