NYLandQuest #: lq46689

18 acres Adirondack Land at Number Four Road Near Stillwater Reservoir


If you have ever wanted to own affordable land in the Adirondack Park in a great location, this is it! This 18.3 acre parcel is at the very end of the popular Number Four Road being County Route 26 at the intersection with Stillwater Road and Buck Point Road in the Town of Watson, Lewis County.

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The land is classified by the Adirondack Park Agency as moderate intensity use allowing for a potential subdivision with frontage on the 2 roads.  The land consists of primarily mature evergreen trees with a site already cleared for building your Adirondack cabin or parking your camper, snowmobile and ATV.  There are many designated trails throughout the County for great year-round recreational riding right from the land.

Great location being less than 30 minutes east of the Village of Lowville and only 9 miles from the popular Stillwater Reservoir for boating and fishing.  Close to Frances Lake, Beaver Lake and the Beaver River Canoe Route for more fishing and recreational activities.  You’re also near the 76,000 acre Independence River Wild Forest owned by NYS for hiking and hunting.

Priced to sell for $29,900.  Contact Kurt Washo 315-559-3070 for more information and to schedule a walk on the land.

Size: 18.3 Acres Price: $29,900
Town: Watson County: lewis

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