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

$47,000 30 Acres
Property ID 5667451

Description

If you are looking for a secluded parcel of Adirondack property, this is it. Accessed by a private road, about a 1/2 mile off from the public road, this 30 acre parcel borders state land and would make the perfect location for a secluded mountain cabin or hunting camp. The land is wooded with a mixture of hardwoods and evergreens. There was a selective logging job about a year ago that created a network of great trails, providing walking and ATV access throughout the property. There is a small bunk house / storage building, as well as foundation piers for a camp to get you started.

The property is located in the town of Duane in the northern Adirondack region, which is gorgeous mountain and lake country. Only a few minutes away is Debar Pond and Deer River Flow, offering great fishing and canoeing. The Debar Mt Wild Forest (100,000 acres in size) is in your backyard for back country exploration, hiking and hunting. Saranac Lake and Lake Placid are within driving distance if you care for great dining and shopping in a mountain resort atmosphere.

Land

Easements
Access

Minerals - % Oil & Gas Owned
100

Road Frontage Desc
Gravel/Rock

Topography
Level
Rolling

Game
Bear
Grouse
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Minerals - % Water Owned
100

Street/Utilities
Gravel/Rock

Lot Description
Acreage
Heavily Treed

Present Use
Hunting/Fishing

Surface Rights
All

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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