Beautiful west facing slope for amazing sunsets, abuts preservation property in back, owned by MA Audubon Society (has been leased for horse grazing area) preserving part of Elm Hill Farm, home of America's most famous cow, Borden dairy product's Elsie the cow. Cart path to enter the land is about 100' south of the "Welcome to Brookfield" sign. Once about 1/2 way into the lot, both the southerly & northerly boundaries are all stonewall with horse pasture in the back. 2017 engineered site plan as well as approved Conservation Commission approval to cross the little brook with driveway (recorded on registry of deeds). Allowed uses; duplexes, animals, poultry, bee farms, secondary in home businesses/buildings, phase 3 power is at the street if you want to sell solar electric back to the power company, no solar restrictions, 90 seconds to RT 9 for easy 22 min access to Worcester. Listing photos show a nearby lake beach for town residents to enjoy. Tantasqua school system!
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