NAI James E. Hanson is marketing two vacant sites in Roxbury and Ledgewood. — Courtesy: NAI James E. Hanson
By Joshua Burd
NAI James E. Hanson has been named the exclusive listing agent for two vacant parcels in Morris County — including one that may be used for a zip line park.
The real estate firm said the properties, sitting at Mount Arlington Road and 1233 Route 46 in Roxbury and Ledgewood, are contiguous and can be sold separately or together. The larger of the two is 42 acres, heavily wooded and approved for the recreational use.
The smaller of the two parcels is .17 acres, but offers frontage on Route 46 for better visibility, NAI Hanson said in a news release. Together, the two sites occupy an area between Interstate 80 and Routes 46 and 10.
John J. Schilp is the exclusive broker on the assignment for the Hackensack-based firm.
“These two parcels offer a creative and proactive business owner or entrepreneur with the chance to create an outdoor recreation facility that can become a destination fixture in Morris County,” Schilp said in a prepared statement. “A space of this size offers endless potential and is a rare opportunity in a rapidly growing market with strong demographics in the surrounding area.
“It’s exciting to think that this land could be enjoyed by families and tourists from all over the Tri-State area in the near future.”