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This property has a great mix of habitat types that is ideal for deer and wildlife of all types. From young, transitional hardwoods to old field regeneration with apple trees to large, mast producing red and white oaks, there is plenty of bedding cover and feed available. Deer sign is abundant!
There is an old road system on the north side that provides good access and several locations to build a home or camp. By cutting some trees and saplings on the slope you can have a great view too! Pick one of the majestic old oaks to hang your yard swing from and take in the view!
The southern portion of the property is easily accessed from Red Rock Road. Here, too, is a combination of younger forest, some larger maple, oak and white pine, brush transition areas and where you will find the full-time flowing stream, namely Foster Brook. An existing trail system will take you to most parts of this section of the property.
The property has approximately 798 feet of road frontage on Derrick Road (State Route 344) and 794 feet of frontage on Red Rock Road. Electric is available at the road front.
All timber and surface rights transfer. As this is a former Seneca Resources property, all the oil, gas and mineral rights are previously reserved and do not transfer.