Today we saw the first four:
- Historic Albany Ave, built in either 1780 or 1840 (they can't seem to figure that out), it looks like it hasn't been updated since. The stone foundation could be falling in, the front door is definitely falling off, and the lot isn't big enough to hold much more than a driveway (which would have to be added, because there isn't one now). The worst part is that it's on Albany Ave, and the sound of traffic would preclude any conversation while sitting on the porch.
- Eastcliff lot, 0.8 acre east of 110 Ferncliff, would require an easement to put in a driveway, but even worse, the land is actually a cliff. Basically impossible to develop.
- Kings Road, a ranch within walking distance of the rollerblade trail, but that's the only good part of the neighborhood.
- Prattling Pond, on a private road, we didn't venture too much so didn't see much. It's an expensive and swampy 2+ acres near Route 4.