Jiminy Peak Auction 21 Acres 01237 Sold

Jiminy Peak Wooded Seclusion 21 Acres, 5 minutes from Jiminy Peak, 3 locations with perc tests done.

Jiminy Peak Auction 21 Acres just minutes from Ski Jiminy, with perc tests done. This site affords utter seclusion, possible access to shared driveway. No reasonable offer refused!!

Jiminy Peak Auction

Jiminy Peak Auction

Jiminy Peak Auction 21 AcresWooded Seclusion

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England, summer home to Mountain Adventure Park and the only mountain resort in North America to generate its own energy using alternative wind power. Jiminy features extensive conference and wedding facilities for groups up to 400 people. Since opening in 1948 Jiminy Peak has evolved to become a 4 season resort, offering something for everyone. Its mission is to provide positive, memorable, Mountain Resort experiences with outstanding, friendly and helpful service in remarkably beautiful surroundings; inspiring guests to return again and again.

Hancock is bordered on the north by Williamstown, on the northeast by New Ashford, on the east by Lanesborough and Pittsfield, on the south by Richmond, on the west by Canaan, New Lebanon, Stephentown and Berlin, New York. Most of northern Hancock is bound by the Taconic Mountains, between which the valley of the west branch of the Green River begins and continues northward, and the Kinderhook Creek valley begins and flows southwest into New York. To the west, along the New York border, stands the western escarpment of the Taconic Mountains including Misery Mountain and Rounds Mountain, while the northeastern town line is bordered by the eastern Taconic escarpment peaks of Brodie Mountain, Sheeps Heaven Mountain, and Jiminy Peak (home to a ski area of the same name). Southern Hancock, where the Shaker Village is located, is dominated by the Taconic peaks of Pittsfield State Forest, including Tower Mountain, Smith Mountain, Berry Hill, Honwee Mountain, Doll Mountain, and Shaker Mountain

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 35.8 square miles and a population of 721 people, 97% white. The median income for a household is $45,347 and the per capita income for the town is $22,250.

Jiminy Peak Auction 21 AcresWooded Seclusion

The town of Hancock in the Berkshires, was re-named for John Hancock in 1776, the year of its incorporation, from Plantation of Jericho, as it was called by the original settlers in 1762. Hancock Shaker Village was established there in 1790, becoming a thriving Shaker community before the movement’s mid-19th century demise. In 1960, the Hancock community was closed by the Shaker Central Ministry, and the next year Hancock Shaker Village, a non-profit museum was opened; it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1968.

Hancock is very rural with no industry and is primarily a tourist-centered community. Hancock is also the home of a one-of-a-kind barn museum, a campground, a nudist camp, as well as the largest ski area in Massachusetts, and boasts many fine inns, one dating back to 1767.

For more information on Jiminy Peak Wooded Seclusion call 800-398-8802

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  • Address: Hancock, Massachusetts 
  • Price: $89,000 
  • Property ID: 3396 
  • Town Taxes: 339 
  • School Taxes: 1041 
  • Prop. Class: Vacant Land 
  • County: Berkshire 
  • Contact: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker 
  • Cell: 518-928-7239 
  • Brokerage: Barns & Farms 
  • Phone: 518-392-6400 
  • Town: Hancock 

Property Characteristics

  • Acreage: 21 
  • Road Type: Town