A very rare opportunity to own one of the last buildable lots in Medford Lakes. The lot design is adaptable for a walk out basement, and obviously can be designed to meet your lifestyle requirements. Couldn't be any more convenient. Needs township approval for paper road to be finished or stoned. Walking distance to shops, restaurants and lakes. Here are just some of the activities one can get involved in. Medford Lakes Association, Memorial Day Parade/Run & Thanksgiving Turkey Trot, Colony Summer Camp, Mardi Gras & Canoe Carnival, Social Scene, Garden Association, Medford Lakes Lions, Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts. It's accessible by I-295, Routes 38, 206, 73, 70, PA & NJ Turnpikes, & the Atlantic City Expressway and, close proximity to center Philadelphia and Shore points. Approximately 30 minutes to center Philadelphia. About an hours drive to the Jersey Beaches or New York City, and the Tri State area. A short drive to the Ben Franklin, Walt Whitman, Tacony-Palmyra Bridge or Burlington/Bristol Bridge connecting with I-95 & Bucks County. Easily accessible to the Philadelphia International Airport and Atlantic City's Int'l Airport. All inspections, certifications are the responsibility of the purchaser. In its original incarnation, Medford Lakes was a log-cabin resort, and much of it still feels more summer camp than hometown. The pine-tree-studded Burlington County borough is tiny, stretching just 1.2 square miles, and includes 22 lakes and 150 cedar-log cabins that were part of its identity as a vacation spot in the 1930s. Today, there are 1,500 anti-McMansion-y homes connected by trails?no streets here?plus five beaches (beaches!), a country club, a rec center, and a vibrant network of community groups that organize events like the Medford Lakes Pageant and the annual canoe carnival. Families like the quaint, small-town feel; the "downtown" consists precisely of a music shop, where boys and girls come to take lessons, and the Sand Stand, an adorable-if-pricey ice-cream parlor that even has a flavor for vegans. Because there's no bus service to the Medford Lakes public schools, boys and girls get around on bikes, which, in summer, head to the town's summer camp, open to Medford Lakers.