Hunting Land in Burlington NY Otsego County 94 Acres
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Hunting Land in Burlington NY Otsego County 94 Acres

State Hwy 80, Burlington , New York 13315 - Otsego County
$113,900 94.17 Acres
Property ID 2083852

Description

Conveniently located on State Hwy 80 and Davenport Rd. in Burlington, New York sits this great 94.17 acre parcel. Theres an open meadow sloping up to the top of the property, making for a great home or camp site with views and electric utilities available at the road side. Take a walk through the well maintained hardwood forest to the large beaver pond located in the far corner of the property and youll immediately notice the ideal deer and wildlife habitat around you. If 96 acres isnt enough, youll find 1,200+ acre Hartwick State Forest a few miles away for additional outdoor recreational activities.

With extensive frontage on two roads, this parcel could be subdivided and developed for multiple home sites or kept as is for a great country residence or camp. All of this is just a little over 10 miles from Cooperstown, NY and the Baseball Hall of Fame, Otsego Lake and all this fantastic area of New York has to offer! With all gas/mineral rights conveying to you, this property is not to be missed!

Priced to sell at $113,900.

Land

Lot Description
Acreage
Some Trees
Tank/Pond

Surface Rights
All

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt
State

Topography
Rolling
Sloped

Street/Utilities
Asphalt

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Carl Snyder
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