Hiawatha Buck Ridge Subdivision
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David VandeWater
David VandeWater
Vandewater & Associates
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Hiawatha Buck Ridge Subdivision

Hiawatha Lake Road, Glenfield , New York 13343 - Lewis County
$61,900 23 Acres
Property ID 4466043

Description

Once in a lifetime opportunity to own some of the last available famous Otter Creek Horse and Recreational lots. Hiawatha Lake is a crystal clear dazzling spring fed captivating lake. Its perfect for swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking or just for relaxing on your deck using your five senses taking in nature. Parcels bordering a huge tract of state land that offers trophy big game hunting and also access from each lot to the Otter Creek Horse Trail system with over 65 miles of maintained trails and hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Perfect location for you at the cross roads of the Adirondack and tug hill trail system. All lots have town road frontage with electrical and telephone available. You could build your dream home or vacation get away om this property.The Otter Creek trail system uses a series of old sandy roads and wooded trails to traverse a beautiful diverse area with the trails winding their way along wooded areas ,ponds, and crossing Otter, little Otter, Crooked Creek and Independence river. This property is magnificent and can be yours. THIS CAN BE YOURS FOR ONLY $61,900. CONTACT US NOW AND ASK FOR A MAP WITH LIST OF OTHER SMALLER LOTS AVAILABLE ALSO.

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David VandeWater
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