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New York wooded land with stream for sale. This property is being divided from a larger individual tax parcel that the seller will be retaining at this time. The tract is almost entirely wooded in varying stages from pine plantation, through some brush/scrub areas and more mature hardwoods and timber. The forest is comprised of sugar maple, red maple, cherry, beech, birch, white pine, red pine and much more. The mixed cover types provide excellent deer habitat with trails, rubs and scrapes found throughout the property.Dewittville Creek runs diagonally through the entire property adding a great water feature as well as a water source for wildlife of all types. The habitat along the stream zone is ideal for deer and their sign is abundant here for sure. Apple trees dot parts of this zone creating another food source attracting and keeping them here as well.The white pine plantation that parallels the highway is an ideal location for home or camp. Nestle in among the pines, along the pine/hardwood transition, or in the pines just above the creek and have total seclusion from the road where you can observe all that nature has to offer here.The property is within a mile of the area snowmobile trail system and is about 2 miles from NYS Land for public hunting and recreation (Stockton State Forest on Coes Road). It is about 4 miles from Chautauqua Lake and about 15 minutes from Lake Erie, making this property an ideal location for your future recreational paradise!All oil, gas, mineral and timber rights transfer. There is an existing gas lease affecting the parent tax parcel that will also affect this portion being sold. There are two gas wells on the parent parcel, none on this portion being sold.