What Makes Clark Hill Woods Unique?

February 10, 2010 at 6:21 pm Leave a comment

We have gone to considerable lengths to preserve the character of the area and have done selective forestry management to enhance the health and beauty of all of the wooded areas that make up the majority each lot.

  • Located animal trails on the property; designed lots so as to allow these to remain with little or no disturbance
  • Selectively removed some trees to improve overall health of forested areas, allowing more sunlight to reach the forest floor, make walking, hiking, or cross-country skiing easier, and provide the ability to orient each home so it can benefit from passive solar warmth with no increase in building costs
  • Created a Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) for all lots that results in less disturbance to the land and its inhabitants than most other such systems
  • Provide alternative energy technology information, information about architects, builders, suppliers, alternative energy financial incentives
  • Provide links to useful Websites, other blogs, articles, and energy consumption comparisons or other data
  • All lots except one (including back lots) have frontage on a town-designated scenic road
  • Pleasant walk or bike ride to New Boston village
  • All parcels are in keeping with New Boston’s old New England charm and rural character
Looking into Land

An Entrance on Clark Hill Road

Looking South from a lot on Clark Hill Woods

Looking South from Clark Hill Woods


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