38 New Boston Road, Amherst, NH | Derry NH Area Vacant Land For Sale
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- Asking Price: $1,100,000
- Sold Price: $1,072,500
- Type: Land
- Status: Closed
- Days-On-Market: 2
- Listing Date: May 01, 2019
- Closing Date: Jan 19, 2020
- Updated: Dec 31, 2019
- Bedrooms: | Baths: 0
- Sq Ft: 0 | Acres: 80.00
Property Description80 +/- Acres of prime residential property located in the bucolic Town of Amherst NH. This land is two adjoining lots with road frontage on Boston Post Road and 38 New Boston Road (Lot 007-072-000 Book 5846 Page 0176). This prime land is conveniently close to Historic Amherst Village and approx 15 miles to Manchester / Boston Airport. Very easy to show. Call today for more information and to schedule a tour.
Listed by Tim McGibbon of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty.
Property DirectionsRt 101 (Amherst) to Rt 122 (Amherst Street). Set of lights turn onto Boston Post Road toward Amherst Village . Land is approximately 1.5 miles down on the right.
- MLS ID: 4748718
- Address: 38 New Boston Road
- City/Town: Amherst
- State: NH
- Zip Code: 03031
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Zestimate: $60,556 | Range: $48,172 to $74,238
Rent Zestimate: $1,550 monthly | Range: $1,364 to $1,798
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