12.33 acre building lot near Black River with access to snowmobile and atv trails in the Town of Turin
Tug Hill-Adirondack Snowmobile Trails C5A and C7B and the Lewis County ATV Trail System pass through this property. The Snow Ridge Ski Center is a short 10 minute drive to the west.
The Black River Valley is centrally located between the Tug Hill Plateau and the Adirondack Mountains. It is a major canoeing and kayaking destination for people from all over the northeast. A State maintained boat access site is found just a quarter mile east of the property before the bridge. This portion of the Black is noted for a variety of game fish including; walleye, bullhead, northern pike, chain pickerel, trout, small-mouth and rock bass.
The Otter Creek Horse Trails is another local attraction that brings people to this region. The open field and scattered thicket nature of the property would accommodate pasturing of horses, a few beef cattle and other domestic farm animals such as goats and chickens. Deer and turkeys are two of the most popular game species utilizing the resources available here.
All that being said, it would be a wonderful lot for a rustic cabin or contemporary residence. Electric is available roadside however don’t rule out ‘off the grid’ solar with all the sunshine the open fields permit. If rural life and outdoor recreation is your primary goal, you need to check out this great opportunity to enjoy it all in Lewis County, New York!
Property Maps & Disclosures
- Ellis_robert_ Lots A & B Topo2017
- Ellis_robert_ Lots A & B Ortho2017
- Ellis_robert_ Lots A & B location2017
- Lot Size: 12.33 acres
Local Directions: From the intersection of Route 12 and Burdick's Crossing Road, proceed east on the Burdick's Crossing Road approximately ½ mile to where the property begins on your right at the Iroquois Gas Transmission line R-O-W
Deed Book & Page: 581/66
Local School District: South Lewis
Tax Parcel ID: 290-4-16 & P/O 290-4-5.11
Tax Note: subdivided property
Road Frontage: 524.37 feet
Oil & Gas Rights: yes
Adjoins State Land: no