Prior to Feb. 7, 2015 this site had been a working farm for over 150 years. After ZBA approvals, on this 6.97 acre tract, which is contiguous to a separate 5 acre tract, and after a 20 day appeal period the Zoning Board of Appeals issued their decision and granted a variance for less frontage than required and to use this parcel, known as the 'remaining land' lot for a single family, residential use. Parcel is located approximately 1,000 ft. from the Mendon town line, where the majority of contiguous parcels are colonials or contemporary style homes, ranging up to $400,000 to $475,000 pricing. The initial soil testing, at a location closest to where the house would be built, reflects a 12" loam base, 6" subsoil, as well as 18" of solid granular (minus 1") sandy gravel, for a design of a below ground septic system plan. This parcel is also surrounded, to the west and south, by the West River, showing a property line to the center of this navigatable waterway. Plans available for review.