A very special land parcel in Wayland totaling ~13.74 acres is a rare offering for one to create a perfect retreat. The land is in a centrally located executive neighborhood of Wayland and less than 20 miles from downtown Boston. Convenient, private, and abutting Sudbury Valley conservation land, this acreage provides the ideal opportunity to design an estate to meet your personal vision and needs. The land was originally part of the holdings of Francis Shaw, first cousin to Col. Robert Gould Shaw, leader of the Civil War’s African-American regiment. The estate abuts the property, offering a lovely example of what is possible. This gently rolling land, studded with mature oak, beech and conifer trees, with no wetlands presents a rare ownership opportunity. Create an equestrian property, family compound, or an estate home with buildable parcels to sell or develop in the future. Land of this quality on the market after being family-held for generations is not to be missed.
Listing courtesy of Compass.