Land for sale on 28

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Land for sale on 28

About 10 acres on route 28 about 3 miles east of Andes
17 miles from Platty
18 miles from Bell
5 miles from  Bobcat
Electric
Tasty water well
 Beautiful views

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Harvey Harvey
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Looks like a nice piece of land!  Already got some landing near Rt 28 a few hundred miles north. :)

Near Bobcat, I like it, even if you can't ski it!
"If it's my mountain, I'm installing a fixed grip and telling the lifties to stuff the beginners into chairs as aggressively as they have to to keep it going full speed." —Brownski
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I've been going to Andes since I was real short back in '72.
There's a book that was written about all the places on 28. From start to finish. It's a long interesting ride if you ever have a couple days to wander.
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What is the pitch on your property... do you make XCD turns there? How much snow do you get?

Why selling? (if not too personal).
"If it's my mountain, I'm installing a fixed grip and telling the lifties to stuff the beginners into chairs as aggressively as they have to to keep it going full speed." —Brownski
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My first falls where on that hill. Having 8 people on a  toboggan was way more fun as a shorty. The pitch changes all different ways but never very steep. Unless of course your walking up loaded with  provisions because the car couldn't.
Wind always seemed to blow snow into a 8' deep drift along the stone wall and leave nothing anywhere  else.
 My folks bought the place with a trailer back in '72. When I became of age I  contemplated building a house for a long time.
Due to the influence of my wife we actually bought a turn key in Masthope,which is in the Poconos. It's much closer and we ski and horseback ride for free basically. There's also many other amenities the Catskills property didn't have.
It's a further drive to Platty but it's still closer than Long Island.
Cheers
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