A true must see this rare tract is both eye-catching in its setting and attributes. Located in the four-season playground of the Tug Hill Region, this picturesque farm lends itself to dreamers seeking their own piece of paradise. Within the area hunters, anglers, snowmobilers, and other outdoor enthusiasts will find abundant recreation just a stone’s throw from the front door. Full of virtues, this diverse tract features tillable acreage, timber stands, a stream, ponds, a working gravel mine, barn, home, and outbuildings – all less than a mile from town! The well-maintained buildings including a tidy two-story home with a front office, 2 story dairy barn with 60 tie stalls and hay storage area, a workshop, and several other storage/outbuildings. Wildlife is abundant with deer, turkey, grouse, waterfowl, beavers, and other species roaming throughout the property, while the West Branch of Fish Creek provides excellent trout fishing along the property’s southwest aspect. Additional fishing and hunting opportunities can be found on the property’s large beaver pond located just north of Lover’s lane. Nearly 45 acres of tillable acreage provide income potential from hay, cash crops or grazing and have not had spray or fertilizer applied in over 20 years. Snowmobilers will find its wintertime proximity to area trails ideal with one trail literally dividing the property at Lover’s Lane, just hop on your sled and quickly take advantage of the Tug Hill region’s world-renowned trail system. In addition to the West Branch of Fish Creek, within a 35-minute drive, fishermen can hit the shores of Lake Ontario, Oneida Lake and the Salmon River Reservoir for a diversified mix of warm and cold-water species, or wade the banks of the Salmon River and Sandy Creek for world-class salmon and trout fishing. Hunting opportunities abound both on the farm and upon a multitude of local state forests known to provide good numbers of hunting for deer, turkey, bear, and small game. A large stand of timber occupies much of the property’s northern section comprised of a dense crop of maple and hemlock as well as other hard and soft species. Of this, approximately 104 acres is currently under a conservation easement until 2051 preserving the forest’s wilderness feel. Oswego, Syracuse, Watertown, and Utica are all less than an hour from this country estate making it a perfect location for a home, recreational haunt, business, camp, organic farm, year-round getaway, or almost anything else you can dream up. The property also lies within easy travel distance to one of New York’s crown jewel vacation destinations, the Thousand Islands. With so much to offer this property won’t last long – call me today for your own personal showing.