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Is it time to build your perfect home...?
And the location is unatched: you're situated midway between the Pond Parish Town Forest and the Souhegan Woods Golf Club in Amherst, with easy access to Route 101 to the west and the Everett Turnpike to the east. You're also just a short jaunt to the Amherst Country Club, and LaBelle Winery, as well as Horse Hill Nature Preserve and the premium outlet shops in Merrimack.
Inventory is low...if you can't find what you like, maybe it's time to create what you'll love?
Build your dream home on this rare, level 4-acre building lot in Victoria Ridge, Amherst's premier subdivision. The largest lot in the subdivision, this parcel is beautifully wooded and could easily accommodate a pool.
2 Victoria Ridge
Looking north to Spring Rd.
Looking south to Upham Rd.
You can choose from one of Knight Custom Homes' classic designs, or bring your own plans or builder (there is no builder tie-in).
Knight is the area leader in premier quality, custom homes. "We subcontract very little in the new homes, so our control and quality far exceeds that of a GC. Let us show the many upgrades we include that make our homes the finest in the area. We specialize in designing the perfect home for your needs. All our homes are designed by us (structural and final plans by our architect), so bring us your dreams and we will make them a reality!"
Prices start at $700,000, inclusive of the lot.
About Amherst, New Hampshire:
Amherst is bordered by Mont Vernon and New Boston to the northwest, Bedford to the northeast, Merrimack to the east, Hollis to the south, and Milford to the southwest. Like many New England towns, Amherst was the result of a land grant given to soldiers – in this case, to participants in King Philip's War. Settlement started in around 1733, and in 1741 settlers formed the Congregational church and hired the first minister. The town was finally chartered on 18 January 1760. The estimated population as of 2015 was 11,261, and the town has one of the highest per-capita incomes in the state (ranked 14th).
The town celebrates its history by preserving its historical architecture, lands, and resources, but there is no shortage of 21st century amenities, and you're just an hour from Boston, from the White Mountains, or from the beautiful shore and beaches of the coast.
Amherst is home to four public schools: Clark and Wilkins elementary schools, Amherst Middle School and Souhegan High School. The elementary schools handle children from Amherst only. Seventh and eighth graders from neighboring Mont Vernon attend the middle school on a tuition basis, while Amherst and Mont Vernon jointly own Souhegan High School, which serves both towns. There are also two private schools--The Summit School and The RSEC Academy--as well as the Country Village Montessori School.
Contact me if you'd like to schedule a visit to the property with the builder.
the full subdivision plan