176.22 acres with a great mix of open, woods with timber and heavy thickets in the Town of Hornellsville
This 176+ acre property is a hunters paradise. With a great mix of open woods and heavy thickets, wildlife abounds. Deer, turkey, bear and plenty of small game call this area home. The topography ranges from flat to rolling to quite steep in places. The forest consists of mainly red and white oak, hard and soft maple, white pine and hemlock with some hickory mixed in here and there. A small section of woods on Van Campen Road has been established as a sugar bush and would make for a nice hobby or family maple operation.
Access is gained via Van Campen Road or Beyea Road. On Van Campen Road, there is 51’ of frontage where an access trail could be built for ATV’s or trucks or simply left as a walk in access. On Beyea Rd, there is a ATV trail in place that runs along the eastern border of the property. Old skid trails dot the landscape and could be opened up to provide further access.
Electric is available at the road and all rights will transfer.
Property Maps & Disclosures
- Guillaume Van Campen_Topo
- Guillaume Van Campen_Ortho
- Guillaume Van Campen_LOC
- Guillaume Van Campen adjusted maps
- Lot Size: 176.22 acres
Local Directions: From intersection of State Route 36 and Ashbaugh Road, go 280’ on Ashbaugh Road. Keep left to stay on Ashbaugh Road and go .9 miles to Van Campen Rd on Rt. Follow Van Campen Road .9 miles to property on right. From intersection of State Route 36 and South Hornell Road, head SW on South Hornell Road toward Crittenden Road for .2 miles. Turn Right onto Beyea Road and go .2 miles to property on right.
Deed Book & Page: 2510/268
Local School District: Canisteo-Greenwood
Tax Parcel ID: 181.00-01-024.122
Road Frontage: 51 feet
Oil & Gas Rights: yes
Adjoins State Land: no