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48.78 acres in Warren County, NY

Minutes from Lake George, NY!

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We aim to make the property purchasing experience as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Our step-by-step process ensures that you are well informed and guided throughout the entire journey. Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Contact Us – To begin the process, simply reach out to us by sending an email or calling/texting us with any questions about the property or if you are ready to Buy Now.

Step 2: Information Collection – Once you’ve decided you want to purchase the property, we will request your basic contact information including names of purchasers, phone numbers, and email addresses.

Step 3: Agreement Preparation – Based on the information you provide, we will prepare an agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of the property purchase. This agreement will include details such as the purchase price, any contingencies, and the timeline for closing the deal.

Step 4: Earnest Money Deposit – To solidify your commitment to the property purchase, we will require an earnest money deposit. This deposit is a demonstration of your serious intent to proceed with the transaction. The amount will be determined based on the agreement and is typically held in escrow until the closing of the property.

Step 5: Closing the Property – Once the agreement is in place and the earnest money deposit has been made, we will proceed with the final steps of closing the property. This involves working with a qualified attorney or title company who will perform the title search and oversee the transaction. They will ensure that all necessary paperwork is completed accurately and guide you through the closing process.


48.78 acre treed lot with road frontage on 3 sides. Located is Hague, NY which is in Warren County. Property is 8 minutes up the road from famous lake George. Lake views from the property! Opportunity to subdivide the land. Paved road. 8 minutes from the town beach. 40 minutes from downtown lake George. Priced at $149,000

Discover Your Piece of Paradise in Hague, NY!

  1. Nestled in the serene landscapes of Warren County, lies an exceptional opportunity to own 48.78 acres of pristine, treed land with road frontage on three sides. Welcome to your dream property, just 8 minutes away from the renowned Lake George!
  2. Embrace the tranquility and natural beauty that surrounds this picturesque parcel. Imagine waking up to the stunning views of Lake George from your own backyard, offering a glimpse of one of the cleanest lakes in the USA. With paved road access and the potential for subdivision, this property presents endless possibilities for investors, developers, or those seeking to build their dream home.
  3. Conveniently located just a stone’s throw away from the heart of Hague, enjoy easy access to local amenities and attractions. Spend leisurely days at the town beach, only 8 minutes away, or venture a short 40-minute drive to downtown Lake George for a plethora of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
  4. Whether you’re envisioning a secluded retreat, a lucrative investment opportunity, or a place to call home, this property offers the perfect canvas to turn your dreams into reality. Don’t miss out on this rare chance to own a piece of paradise in the scenic Adirondacks!
  5. Priced at just $149,000, seize this opportunity to make your mark in one of New York’s most coveted destinations. Contact us today to schedule your private tour and unlock the potential of this remarkable property!

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New Hague Rd, Hague, NY, 12836



Hague is a small town located in Warren County, New York, in the United States. It has a rich history dating back to colonial times.

  1. Early Settlement: The area that is now Hague was first settled by European colonists in the mid-18th century. It was originally part of the vast wilderness of the Adirondack Mountains, inhabited by Native American tribes such as the Mohican and Algonquian peoples.
  2. American Revolution: During the American Revolution, the region played a role in the conflict. Fort George, located nearby on Lake George, was a strategic location for both American and British forces. The area witnessed military activities and skirmishes during this period.
  3. Founding of Hague: The town of Hague was established in 1807. It was named after The Hague, a city in the Netherlands, reflecting the Dutch heritage of some of the early settlers in the area.
  4. Lumber Industry: Like many towns in the Adirondacks, Hague was heavily reliant on the lumber industry during the 19th century. The abundant forests provided ample resources for logging, and the lumber industry was a significant economic driver in the region.
  5. Tourism: In the late 19th century, the Adirondack region, including Hague, began to attract tourists drawn to the area’s natural beauty. The clean air, pristine lakes, and scenic landscapes made it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, and fishermen.
  6. Development of Resorts: As tourism grew, resorts and hotels began to spring up around Lake George and nearby lakes. These resorts catered to affluent visitors seeking relaxation and outdoor activities, further boosting the local economy.
  7. 20th Century and Beyond: Hague continued to evolve throughout the 20th century, with a shift towards a more tourism-based economy. The town remains a popular destination for vacationers, offering opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, and other outdoor activities.
  8. Cultural Heritage: Hague also has a rich cultural heritage, with several historic sites and landmarks that reflect its past. These include old farmsteads, churches, and other buildings that offer insights into the town’s history.

Today, Hague maintains its small-town charm while embracing its role as a tourist destination. It continues to attract visitors seeking a tranquil retreat in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains.


Please be sure to do your due diligence before reserving the property. Ensure that the Property is in a condition suitable for Buyer’s purposes and verify with the appropriate third party, such as the county, city, utility provider, etc.

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