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New York Residential Land Information
Searching for residential land and property for sale in New York? New York is among the top five states in the country with the most residential land and property for sale. There was roughly 418,300 acres of residential land and property for sale in New York based on recent Land And Farm data, making it the most common type of land for sale in the Empire State. With an average price of $463,193, the combined market value of residential land and property for sale in New York was $11 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in New York to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Approximately three-quarters of a million New Yorkers and visitors hunt in the state annually, although most hunt on private land. The state numbers 215 state and national parks, many of which are open to hunting. New York's waterways, including more than 7,500 lakes and ponds, 70,000 miles of rivers and streams and thousands of miles of coastline, count 165 species of fish.


New York Residential Land Information
Searching for residential land and property for sale in New York? New York is among the top five states in the country with the most residential land and property for sale. There was roughly 418,300 acres of residential land and property for sale in New York based on recent Land And Farm data, making it the most common type of land for sale in the Empire State. With an average price of $463,193, the combined market value of residential land and property for sale in New York was $11 billion. Browse all residential property and land for sale in New York to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Approximately three-quarters of a million New Yorkers and visitors hunt in the state annually, although most hunt on private land. The state numbers 215 state and national parks, many of which are open to hunting. New York's waterways, including more than 7,500 lakes and ponds, 70,000 miles of rivers and streams and thousands of miles of coastline, count 165 species of fish.