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Property Location
Southold, NY
[Suffolk County]
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19 acres available
19 open acres for farming
0 wooded acres / other

Property Description

Soil types:

HaA, HaB, RdA, Rdb

Description of the property’s current condition and current use(s):


Farm Infrastructure

Infrastructure and equipment:

  • Fencing
  • Water access
  • Barns or other facilities for storage of equipment, livestock, and crops

Fencing description:

8 Foot deer fence around the entire property

Crops and Livestock

Types of crops permitted to be produced on the property:

Vegetables, Fruits, Grains

Types of livestock permitted on the property:

Cattle - Beef, Cattle - Dairy, Goats/Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Other livestock

Tenure Options

Tenure options:

For Sale

Sale price or estimated market value:


Description of tenure options:

Peconic Land Trust (“The Trust”) is offering for sale 19.2 acres of prime agricultural land subject to a Town of Southold Development Rights Easement and a Peconic Land Trust Enhanced Easement with Affirmative and Affordable Farming Covenants and Resale Restrictions. This farmland sale is part of the Trust’s effort to make farmland more affordable and accessible for farmers who grow food.

Additional Information

Conservation status:


Current land zoning:


Is the property located in a NY Agricultural District?:


Preferences and restrictions on agricultural activities:

Please see the attached RFP for a full description:

This property is perpetually subject to the Town’s purchase of the Development Rights Easement.  This Easement restricts the use of property to “Agricultural Production” as defined in Section 25-30 of Chapter 25 of the Southold Town Code. It further prevents subdivision of the property but may allow
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the property to be divided pursuant to applicable provisions of law and upon the approval of the Town Planning Board.
The Enhanced Easement with additional restrictions, herein referred to as Affirmative & Affordable Farming Covenants and Resale Restrictions, has limited the value of this protected farmland to its “true agricultural value.”  If this farmland is sold in the future, it must be sold to a Qualified Farmer as per the attached Application. In addition, an NRCS Conservation Plan must be reviewed and approved by the Trust every 10 years.

Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?:


Are you willing to have the public on the property as a part of the farm business?: