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$37,000 | 2.6 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 Cornish NH Land »

Acres 2.6   
Saturday Jul 29, 2017
Description: A choice 2.60 acre building lot in a rural subdivision in cornish. the land includes a 1/25th interest in the daniel g. deming memorial park. said park contains 12.1 acres. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 1 images.

$73,900 | 19.23 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 Cornish NH Land »

Acres 19.23   
Saturday May 13, 2017
Description: This land is extremely private. it is abutted on two sides by the blue mountain forest association. this is a buildable lot at the very dead end of west pass road. there is a stream running through this property with a beautiful waterfall. sellers say they are motivated....feel free to make an offer. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 9 images.

$97,500 | 6.88 Acres | Price Per Acre $0 Cornish NH Land »

Acres 6.88   
Monday Jan 8, 2018
Description: Cornish building lot! driveway, and well in place, very nice setting with winding driveway, lined with mature hardwood trees and a level building site high above the road. this is a great lot, with a wonderful location. See MLS Property & Listing Details & 1 images. Includes a Virtual Tour

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