150 acres in Franklin County, New York
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Michael Black
Adirondack Mt Land
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150 acres in Franklin County, New York

$159,000 150 Acres
Property ID 6201254

Description

This Adirondack acreage has it all:

Lake and beach rights to scenic Loon Lake, the largest private lake in the Adirondacks.

A cabin site with a great view of Whiteface Mt. and surrounding mountains.

Stream frontage on the outlet of Loon Lake, canoe-able water leading to the lengthy Kushaqua Canoe route.

Panoramic summit views from a hill at the back of the property that faces the High Peaks and the Loon Lake Mts.

Direct access to a snowmobile and ATV trail.

Year-round maintained town road frontage.

The property borders the 19,000 acre Kushaqua Conservation Easement lands, which will never be developed and are open to public hunting, fishing, hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking.

This piece of Adirondack acreage is a once in a lifetime find in the heart of one of the most beautiful regions of the Adirondacks.

Land

Fish
Bass

Minerals - % Oil & Gas Owned
100

Proposed Use
Hunting/Fishing
Residential Single

Surface Rights
All

Game
Bear
Ducks
Grouse
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Minerals - % Water Owned
100

Road Frontage Desc
Gravel/Rock

Topography
Level
Rolling
Steep

Lot Description
Acreage
Heavily Treed

Present Use
Hunting/Fishing

Street/Utilities
Gravel/Rock

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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