54.27 mostly wooded acres with camp, storage shed and small creek in the Town of Watson
This 1210 sf, year round camp is the result of the combined resources of 2 mobile homes which the owner cleverly spliced together on concrete block piers. It is sided with stained T-111 plywood and roofed with galvanized steel over built up trusses which quickly sheds snow on the warmer days of winter. Electricity, forced air heat, a dug well with submersible pump, septic and two full baths are all bonuses compared to many seasonal camps in this area. Additional features and items included are: AC, 2 electric hot water heaters, 2 fuel oil furnaces on separate thermostats, a side by side refrigerator, a large freezer and most of the furniture and dishware. Able to sleep 9 plus makes this place a great option for a group of hunters, or family with friends or relatives, looking for the comforts of home while ‘roughing it’ at camp.
The woods, harvested for sawtimber in 2016, are beginning to fill in with berry bushes and young seedlings which are inviting to songbirds and a variety of game species including: deer, bear, grouse, turkeys, woodcock and snowshoe rabbit.
If you like to camp, hike, canoe, kayak, swim, snowshoe, ice fish, hunt, trap, fish, ride atv’s or snowsleds, or just want to enjoy the solitude, sights, sounds and fragrance of the great outdoors, you’ll find it here in Number Four. The Smith Road, less than one half mile away, is the local gateway to the State owned 76,000 acre Independence River Wild Forest. The trail to Panther Pond, and the river itself begin at the roads end. The Number Four Road is a plowed snowmobile road which connects to Trail C8 off the Stillwater Road. A short journey to the east lies Stillwater Reservoir and all the splendor of a huge body of water in the western foothills of the Adirondacks. And, just around the corner to the north, explore the Beaver River Flow, a popular destination for anglers, canoeists and whitewater kayakers alike. Surrounded by friendly folks from near and far, who also appreciate the solitude, simple life and wilderness, you’re bound to find plenty of reasons to keep coming back to Camp Tranquility in Number Four, NY.
Property Maps & Disclosures
- schwall_joe TOPO
- schwall_joe ORTHO
- Schwall Survey map
- Schwall Property Conditions Disc
- Building Size: 1,210 square feet
- Lot Size: 54.27 acres
- Rooms: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
Year Primary Structure Built : 1990
Garage: storage shed
Garage Size: 8 x 12
Local Directions: From Lowville, travel east on the Number Four Road (also County Route 26) ~4 miles then turn left at the Corner Corral and continue on the Number Four Road ~14 miles to #8999 Number Four Road on your left.
Deed Book & Page: 508/323
Local School District: Beaver River
Tax Parcel ID: 151-1-13.2 & 13.6
Road Frontage: 722 feet
Oil & Gas Rights: yes
Water Feature: small creek
Adjoins State Land: no