Adirondack Country Homes Realty Inc.
presented by our Schroon Lake Regional Office
1098 US Route 9, Schroon Lake
Aquifer for Lease
50 +/- Acres
Ticonderoga, NY - "Land between two lakes*"
Veterans Road, Ticonderoga, NY 12883, Elevation 319'
Shown above is proposed drilling map for town new water sources. The town had an option for purchase. The land was studied by AES Northeast for possible town water supply. The town, however found sources on their own land, so the public purchase wasn't necessary (we're told); however, some of the work is done for you and it shows great promise for water sources for a new bottling company.(click on map to enlarge)
Interior roadway to drilling sites in place (bridge need repairs). Great location next to box stores like Walmart™, Tractor Supply™,, etc. Ticonderoga participates in the PRIDE program, and Essex County's IDA is a vital community business support. To learn more about this Adirondack Region, visit our concierge site (click here).
Live and work in the Adirondacks!
Price at $399,000* USD
*Property is subject to subdivision. Acreage to be 50 +/- Owner will work with buyer for their needs.
The Development Authority of the North Country has a new revolving fund loan program of 1% FIXED (up to $250,000). Learn more (click here). Eligible uses include: real estate, improvements, machinery & equipment, furniture and fixtures. Wonderful news for the entire North Country's 7 counties of Hamilton, Essex, Clinton, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Lewis and Jefferson! To learn more about our Development Authority of the North Country, click here.
The name "Ticonderoga" is one of the most significant and familiar in American History. This Iroquois word, meaning "the land between the waters," describes the historic portage between Lake Champlain and Lake George used by Native Americans for 10,000 years. Here France and Britain fought in the French and Indian War, and America and Britain struggled during the Revolution. Over fifty plaques throughout the Town of Ticonderoga mark historic sites and remember legendary heroes, including Father Isaac Joques, British Brig. General Lord William Howe, Robert Rogers of the British Colonial Rangers, French Lt. General Marquis de Montcalm, American General Henry Knox, and Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys of Vermont.
The community boasts a significant history in the paper making industry. International Paper's Ticonderoga mill traces its origins to 1882 on the banks of the LaChute River in the village. This former manufacturing site has been reborn as the Bicentennial Park. The existing IP mill, on Shore Airport Road, is one of the few papermaking facilities that encompasses the entire papermaking process - from eight-foot logs at one end to reams of copy paper at the other. On a typical day the Ticonderoga mill produces 850 tons of fine white paper. This Adirondack community was the home of the former "Dixon Crucible Company" which produced the original "Ticonderoga Pencil." Known as “America’s Best Pencil”, Dixon’s Ticonderoga is in the hand of children and adults throughout the world. Everywhere you look in this township you will find history unequalled anywhere else in the United States. From the historic stone fortress of Fort Ticonderoga to the village’s industrial heritage, the childhood of our nation can be experienced here in Ticonderoga.
Its scenic beauty and varied opportunities for summer and winter recreation have made our community a mecca for vacationers. The area is enchanting and unspoiled more typical of an earlier, less hurried period of our history than many modern hectic resorts. Three season visitors will find numerous public and private campgrounds, uncrowded golf courses picnic areas, boat launch sites, beaches and hiking trails are available. If winter activities are more your taste then try our skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. Regardless of the season enjoy the rugged unspoiled beauty of the area. The community has grown to a population of 5,200. Whether by land or water or air, Ticonderoga is on your way. Major auto routes, from Albany, NY (100 miles south) and Montreal, Quebec (150 miles north), include Interstate 87 (The Northway) and New York State Routes 9N, 22 and 74. Major water routes are the 32 mile long, Lake George, and the 120 mile long, Lake Champlain. Major railways include the passenger service, Amtrack and freight service, Canadian Pacific. Major airports are accessible by an municipal airport capable of supporting DC-3 type aircraft. Burlington, VT and Glens Falls, NY airports are within a 50-mile radius.