112 acres Hunting Land and Recreational Land in Beaver Dams NY Doane Road
112 acres recreational and hunting land located on Doane Road, a dead end road, near Beaver Dams NY.
The lower half of the property has good deer habitat with brushy overgrown fields that are riddled with wildlife trails and several scrub apple trees. Access to the property is at the end of Doane Road with about an acre of cleared land to park and unload your ATV. There are dozens of cleared trails throughout offering easy access. The topography slopes uphill from the entrance on Doane Road and gradually increases the farther you get into the property. There is potential for a private home site with sweeping valley views or build your camp in the woods hidden away.
As you enter into the hardwood trees halfway up the hill there are several old switchback logging roads and one that goes all the way to the top of the hill. This property reaches up to 1880 feet of elevation at the very top where you will find an area that is level and dotted with some mature red oaks and other hardwoods. The lower portion of the property has some areas that would make a suitable spot for a spring-fed pond. The property’s hillside has a westerly facing slope where you can enjoy the sunsets. Borders Cinnamon Lake State Forest in the far back corner for direct access to an additional 1,195 acres of public lands. Power is available at the end of Doane Road. The oil, gas and mineral rights convey with no lease.
Located only 20 minutes from Watkins Glen and 25 minutes from Corning NY.
Priced to sell at $149,900. Contact Brian Jackson 607-280-1058 for more information and to schedule a private showing.
Finger Lakes Region
Bordering State Land, Country Acreage, Hunting Land, Land with Mineral Rights, Recreational Land, Residential, Timberland
Brian Jackson - See more listings by Brian Jackson
Licensed Title: Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone Number: 607-280-1058
"Brian was born in the Finger Lakes Region and has lived in the Tompkins County area for most of his life. Brian and his 2 sons reside in North Lansing. Brian attended Alfred State as an Electric Service Tech and is a 2002 graduate of Tompkins Cortland Community College with a Business Degree. Brian has been self-employed for a decade and has worked in the automotive business with a background in sales and construction and enjoys meeting new people. He has remodeled older homes and completed site planning for new homes. Brian has a vast array of hobbies including hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, welding and is very knowledgeable about forests, farms and orchards. Family time is spent camping, gardening, biking, sightseeing and sporting events. His family has increasingly lived a life style of sustainable agriculture with pasture raised pork and organic gardening for the past ten years and takes an interest in alternative energy and permaculture. Brian is a land owner who understands what it means to own and enjoy a piece of property. He looks forward to talking with you and helping you find your own piece of paradise. He is in his natural element in the outdoors. Brian enjoys just spending time outdoors whether it's walking land with clients, cutting firewood with his family or scouting creek bottoms for fossils with his boys. Whatever it is you're looking for in a property, country acreage, building lot, farm, orchard, recreational camp or residential home, he would love to help you find it!"