251.84 acres with 70 acre pond, marsh and hardwood forest in the Town of Antwerp
Diversified is the best way to describe this property, both in geographic features as well as the wildlife that inhabit this area. Bald rock outcrops encompass a 70 acre pond surrounded by hardwood forests and marshy wetlands. Wildlife enthusiasts and hunters will find a variety of species to enjoy or pursue on this property. Bear, deer, turkey, grouse, woodcock and assorted waterfowl species find the lake, wetlands, fields and forest to their liking here. Hay fields, old pasture and young forest characterize the north western region of the parcel. Remnants of a house site are also found there, not far off the Camel Hill Road. Close to 7000 feet of road frontage along the Roy Dickson-Camel Hill Road would permit the owner to locate one or several camp(s) with a view in numerous ideal locations.
The southeastern border of the parcel runs along Parker Ledge, once famous for it’s gneiss (a coarse-grained metamorphic rock resembling granite) where over 100 pairs of millstones were quarried and finished in the early 1800’s. Rock fragments were used as fencing in that region (as seen in the photo gallery). Atop those ledges at night you definitely feel closer to the stars and coyotes howling in the distance remind you there is still plenty of unspoiled wilderness in Northern NY. One visit may change your life!
Property Maps & Disclosures
- Lot Size: 251.84 acres
Local Directions: Travel north of Antwerp on NYS Route 11 ~.9 miles, turn left onto CR 24. Proceed north ~6 miles, then bear left at the intersection with CR 25. Proceed west into the Hamlet of Oxbow ~.3 miles then turn left onto Camel Hill Rd. Proceed south ~1.4 miles to the property corner on the left and the Timberland Realty Sign.
Deed Book & Page: 2009/7254
Local School District: Indian River
Tax Parcel ID: 17-2-48
Road Frontage: 7,000 feet
Pond Description: 70 acre
Oil & Gas Rights: yes
Adjoins State Land: no