Ask Ron Westover
Pennsylvania wooded land with timber, all OGM rights and adjoins State Game Lands for sale. The property is mostly wooded with a couple acres of cleared area offering a nice setting for a home, cabin, or RV site. Heckman Road is a lightly traveled side road off of Route 915 with only a few homes along it. This property is nicely located about 16 miles north of the Breezewood Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Route 30. There is an established entry road off of Heckman Road giving the opportunity of immediate access. Ready for the RV as soon as the ink dries on closing day! There is electric and phone available along the road. Sewer is available on the property. Broad Top Township has installed a sand mound on the property providing sewage for a couple neighboring properties. The Seller has a tap in option for this property and will grant it to the Buyer. Buyer must install their own septic tank and hook up to the sandmound. Seller has granted an On-Lot Sewer Service Easement (Record Book 1516-862) to Broad Top Township for existing buried pump and tank along Heckman Road, and for the access and maintenance of the sandmound. There is no public water available, Buyer will need to drill a water well. Lots of road frontage on both Heckman Road and Route 915. Heckman Road offers some nice recreational opportunities. Four miles from the property is the Hopewell trailhead for the Huntingdon and Broad Top Rail Trail. The trail offers 12 miles for hiking or biking. Also in Hopewell is the Raystown Branch Juniata River. It offers canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Raystown Lake is only 25 miles northeast from the property. And, we certainly do not want to leave out the big one at your back door-hunting! This property joins State Game Land #261. We are talking huge - 3,220 acres. Walk 10 minutes from the property into more land than you could ever hunt. This property gives the new owner some natural resources of coal, oil, gas, and timber rights. The Seller is conveying this property in fee with all rights owned. The timber has not been cut for over 30 years. The current timber value is estimated at $30,000. There are trees of size to harvest if the new Buyer chooses to get an immediate return after purchase. This is versatile piece of property: home site, weekend cabin retreat, old fashion camping, and investment of natural resources. Heckman Road- A great hideaway in beautiful Bedford County, Pennsylvania!