On historic Crown Point on Lake Champlain sits this rare large acreage parcel with over 1000’ of lake front. This property has massive potential to build your dream home or subdivide into separate building lots. The large agriculture fields currently in production and yielding a strong amount of hay each year. The wooded section includes a good deal of marketable timber with a significant amount of mature growth oak, maple and pine. Heavy deer and turkey sign are scattered throughout the property including heavy trails, rubs and beds. The property borders the Crown Point Historic Park on one side where hunting is prohibited so it provides deer and turkey with secure cover and very little pressure and they will frequent the ag fields on the parcel for feeding making this a strong hunting location. There are a number of inside corners with great access providing excellent stand or blind locations for multiple wind directions as the deer feed in the ag fields. There is an open sided shed providing ample storage space for farming equipment. The dirt road (RC Way) leads along the large ag approx. 75-acre ag field and down through approx. 22 acres of woods and past mature timber stands to a clearing at the edge of the lake. Build your dream home or lake cottage with sweeping views of Lake Champlain. This is one of the rare parcels in NY on Lake Champlain that faces West so you will be able to sit on your porch and watch the sunset over the Adirondack Mountains across the lake to the west. The historic Crown Point National Monument and Park borders the property to the North where building is prohibited so you can build a dream home in complete privacy without any potential neighbors. With your own private lake access, you will be able to enjoy everything from canoeing, kayaking and boating to excellent fishing as well. The parcel includes three other agriculture fields totally roughly approx. 70 acres and approx. 13-acre section of timber with a high percentage of mature oak trees. First established as Fort St. Frederic by the French in the 1730’s Crown Point became a major stronghold during the French and Indian wars and later held by the British during the Revolutionary War. Today you can explore the ruins of the fort, the museum, the lighthouse and the grounds of the park on the shores of the lake. Just past the park is Lake Champlain Bridge connecting Crown Point NY to Chimney Point Vermont and providing excellent access to Middlebury to the South and Burlington to the North. The surrounding area of Essex County and Vermont offers a variety of activities from fishing and golf in the summer to snowmobiling and skiing at nearby Gore and Whiteface in NY and Killington Mountain in VT. Incredible lake frontage with privacy, mountain and lake views, large agriculture producing acreage, excellent hunting and recreation abound, check this out today!