Direct Waterfront


Technically, any property that touches or borders on a body of water can be considered direct waterfront. This can be a pretty subjective concept, as some would consider a parcel with a stream or river flowing through it to be direct waterfront, while others think that the body of water should be more substantial (larger pond/lake, Long Island Sound, beach frontage, etc.) in order to qualify as direct waterfront.

One way to verify this would be to pull up the property and look at the map- if the map shows water abutting or going through the parcel, it is direct waterfront.

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