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New York mostly wooded property with trails, views, unique stone camp, pole building and adjoins State Land for sale. This is a truly unique opportunity to own a "one of a kind" camp in a beautiful and totally secluded wooded setting. Sit on the front porch beside the stone pillars and take in the view as the colors change in Fall and you will know you made the right purchase!The camp has been owned by the same family since 1957 as a private paradise for their recreation and relaxation. The stone exterior is exquisite and very appealing. The interior is more modest, reminiscent of a much simpler time when it was first constructed. It is perfectly functional as a seasonal camp with water and electric in the structure. There is a kitchen with an electric range & refrigerator, living room area with a stone fireplace set up for a wood burning stove to be piped into it and two (2) large bunk rooms upstairs each with multiple beds and a stone fireplace in the largest room as well. There is no formal bathroom but rather a stone privy with electric that is located not far from the front porch. There is no doubt the camp needs some TLC but can be made new again. The vast majority of the 371.17 surveyed acres is forested. Other than the open land around the camp, there is about 12 acres in open fields that are prime locations for food plots. With multiple undulations in the field edges and protected pockets amongst groupings of trees, game animals of all types are truly protected from view where food plots would truly shine here. Add some elevated tree stands and it will be a win-win combination for sure! The forested areas are comprised primarily of red oak, hard maple, soft maple, white ash, beech, birch, hemlock, white pine, basswood and much more. The timber value here is in the low six figures and will only improve over time. Past harvests helped to create the extensive internal trail network that will allow you to hike, ATV, mountain bike, cross-country ski or snowmobile to most parts of the property. You can ride or walk all day and never tire of the ever-changing scenery.The diversity of tree species and age classes provides an abundance of feed for deer, turkey, bear, grouse, squirrels and more. The diversity of the topographical features creates numerous "pinch points" or funnels for deer as well, thereby increasing your chances of success. And, if 371 acres isn't enough room to roam and play on, you can always spread out on the directly adjacent NYS Forest that is about 700 acres in size, providing endless opportunities for your hunting and hiking pleasure.The property also has a 20'X32' pole barn with electric to store all your equipment and ATV's.Bennetts Creek is just over a mile away and is stocked with brown trout annually by the State. Bring a rod and enjoy the multi-species fishing this stream has to offer! The Canisteo River is only about 7 miles away and is also stocked with trout in Spring and offers a warm water fishery all summer long.The property is about 5 miles from Greenwood and 7.5 miles from Canisteo where you can get all the supplies you need for a successful experience at The Stonehouse.All oil, gas, mineral, timber and wind rights transfer. There is a gas storage lease on the property for underground storage and no other leases currently affecting the property.