50 acre Hunting Land for Sale in the Adirondack Foothills, Oppenheim, NY! Perfect for Cabin, Country Home, Homesteading, or a Hobby Farm! 50 acres along a quiet country road in the foothills of the Adirondacks offering a beautiful blend of hayfield (4.5 acres) and mixed woodlands with ridges, creeks and flats. 40 acres is on the south side of the road (approx. 1,192 feet of road frontage) and 10 acres is on the north side of the road (approx. 2,062 of road frontage) offering protection from future development. The hayfield meadow has nice elevation with gentle roll and is surrounded by apple thickets, hardwoods and towering pine trees and small creek. Ideal location for a country home, log cabin/home or hideway hunting camp. Located in 6R (Southern Zone) for hunting. Northern Zone is less than a mile away where you can hunt Lassellville State Forest (2,487 acres). Access is along Hoffman Road (year around, town maintained road). Electric is available along the road. Great location for homesteading, livestock, hobby farm. 10 minutes to St. Johnsville, NY. 15 minutes to Adirondack Park for day trips.
Have a little bit of everything with this enormous 50 acres of wonderfun in Montgomery County, New York. Nestled in the heart of the Mohawk Valley, Montgomery is home to ten towns and one city. Located at the foot of the Adirondacks, this part of the Leatherstocking region is filled with beautiful countryside, including numerous parks and recreation facilities. As the western gateway to New York State’s Tech Valley, Montgomery County’s strategic location makes it an ideal place to live in, explore, and conduct business. Montgomery County is adjacent to all major markets in the Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada.
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Address: Hoffman Rd, St Johnsville, NY 13452, USA
Size: 50 Acres
Legal Description: Old Parcel =19-03- 30.10
Roads: Paved Road
Hoffman Rd, St Johnsville, NY 13452, USA
Old Parcel =19-03- 30.10
Willie Wildlife Marsh
The Willie Wildlife Marsh in the northwestern part of the property has several accessible features, including parking, an interpretive trail, a privy, a picnic area, a boardwalk and a wildlife-viewing platform. The trail is 5 feet wide and 0.4-mile-long with an average slope of 5 percent.