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Living In Ticonderoga NY

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MLS #171116 - 852 STATE ROUTE 9N, Ticonderoga NY 12883 MLS #171116
852 STATE ROUTE 9N,
Ticonderoga NY 12883

$ 145,900
Listed by: Brannock Properties LLC

Nestled in the pastoral Champlain Valley, the village of Ticonderoga has an exclusive place in the region’s geographical and historical makeup. The land between the southern end of Lake Champlain and the northern end of Lake George is a treasure trove of Revolutionary War history and lore. Fort Ticonderoga is well known and respected for its historical preservation, education and promotion of this areas colorful history.

Entering the village, the elaborate Liberty Monument in the town circle welcomes visitors into the downtown business section. The lovely village falls of the LaChute River at Thompson Park grace the village proper and greet visitors with a spectacular white-water display. The park is perfect for picnics, jogging and biking, and has a playground for public use.

COMMERCE

Located on the outskirts of the village on the shores of Lake Champlain, International Paper Company is a major employer in this community. This plant accepts raw timber and carries out the papermaking process all the way to the finished paper product that is shipped worldwide. Logging, farming, and small businesses are also vital contributors to the local economy.

Tourism is a significant contributor to the local market. From the recreational shores of northern Lake George where families have come to vacation for generations to the historical pull of Fort Ticonderoga, this community is ripe with opportunity for economic growth. Small business and industry continue to be actively sought and supported by this community.

THE ARTS/RECREATION

Local cultural awareness is evident in the Town of Ticonderoga. Museums include the Fort Ticonderoga museum, Crown Point State Historical site, Penfield Museum, Ticonderoga Historical Society, and The Heritage Museum. The Ticonderoga Festival Guild sponsors concert performances, art shows, and many other special events. The town hosts an incredible July 4th celebration long known as the “Best 4th in the North”.

The Ticonderoga area is a natural playground. Lakes and ponds abound, providing boating, fishing, and water sports of all types. The Adirondack Mountains are ideal for biking, hiking, and camping.

Ticonderoga and the Champlain Valley offer countless benefits to residents and visitors alike. This small, thriving community is an example of how much the Adirondacks have to offer for living, working, and playing.

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Visit the Hague-Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce for more information about living in Ticonderoga NY.

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