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69 Cedar Pond Lane Chester NY 10918
69 Cedar Pond Lane  , Chester
New York, 10918
Orange County
10.00 acres
This amazing home rests atop private hilltops surrounded by over 10 acres of total privacy. With stunning A-frame features & modern design this beautiful home is extraordinary. A private winding road leads you up to the top of this oasis. Heading inside you are welcomed with a 3 story entryway, featuring exposed wood beams & stunning views. As you enter the large open concept great room, the spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows fill the house with natural light & stunning sunsets. The custom built kitchen with cherry cabinets & upgraded appliances is ideal for master chefs who enjoy hosting dinner parties or private culinarily events. The main floor has two ensuite bedrooms with beautifully renovated bathrooms. The lower level boosts an office styled alcove, a large exercise area, a private master ensuite with a breakfast nook & eating area, and your very own luxury ensuite Safe Room. The upper main hallway leads to a separate newly renovated apartment for extended family or guests. Enjoy hosting your family and friends on your very own 1,800sf, 180 degree deck with arguably the best views in all of Orange County. This home provides many options for you. Possibilities are endless. All furniture and fixtures included. PLEASE DON'T MISS THE DETAILED VIDEO TOUR.
2457 Morningstar Trail Corning NY 14830
2457 Morningstar Trail  , Corning
New York, 14830
Steuben County
27.00 acres
A grand estate for all seasons in picturesque privacy. This unparalleled property situated on 27 acres is located just 5 minutes from Downtown Corning, voted Top Arts Destination in the US. The Finger Lakes, boasting America's top wine region and Watkins Glen International are only 25 minutes away. Almost 15,000 sq feet of luxury, from Ipe decks with views for miles to the 55,000 gallon custom Gunite pool w/ waterfall. Entertain in a full HD Movie Theater, & your guests stay in a beautiful 4000 sq ft finished Apt & bunkhouse above the barn. Addt'l adjacent 20acres, runway, & hanger available.
Trophy Deer Hunting, Intense Ag Soil Acreage With Food Plots
5717 Burns Road, Lot# WP0001  , Medina
New York, 14103
Orleans County
240.00 acres
We are pleased to present a Medina property that is well known for its trophy deer production.Locally known as Shoemaker Acres, it is the home to the famed 188 Shoemaker Buck harvested in 2017.What is more remarkable is the collection of other trophy bucks consistently taken on this managed farm annually. Dozens of wall hanger bucks have been tagged by friends and family, which is evident by the sampling of mounts provided by the owners' hunting group. Close to the Iroquois and Oak Orchard Wildlife Management areas, the fertile soils not only are classed for intense agriculture but clearly are antler-producing acres for serious hunters. A trail network spanning over 4 miles to four ponds, corn and soybean fields, food plots, wetland bedding areas, pine stands and mature hardwood affords hunters total access to this large parcel of deer haven. Ladder stands and tower blinds are strategically placed for hunter success overlooking corn, bean and clover plots.Deeper into the property, there are ladder stands hidden for transition and rut ambush spots.Four ponds create pinch points and natural funnels for deer movement. The southwest portion of the farm is where the largest ag fields are.These fields are comprised of Galen, Niagara and Minoa, fine sandy loam soils.Rented to a local farmer, a three-year rental agreement is in place, which includes a provision for annual improvements to the land. The residence also has a metal garage and shop big enough for your largest farm equipmentor even a coach. Approximately halfway between Buffalo and Rochester and just minutes north of the I-90 expressway at Batavia, this location is central to all three of western New Yorks three largest cities for convenient commuting. Rarely does one property produce so many trophy class deer seasons after seasonand now it's for sale. Check this one out.
Gallo Family Retreat
Clemens and North Osceola Road , West Leyden
New York, 13489
Lewis County
2,018.00 acres
New York land with forest land, camp, pond, interior roads, streams and food plots for sale: This large, versatile recreational property located on the Tug Hill Plateau has been the Gallo Family Retreat for over half a century. Most of the acreage was purchased in 1955 (65 years ago) as a timber investment. Hunting soon became a priority and a small hunting shack was built with very few amenities. Eleven years later a new shelter for the Two Mile Buck Club was erected with additional comforts. The camp, built on piers, is ~1,000 square feet in size, has a gable, steel covered roof, stained clapboard wood siding, is insulated and wired for a generator (one comes with purchase). The showpiece of the camp is the field-stone fireplace (its chimney was refurbished just last year). It is the camps main source of heat. While the fire place is warming up, a single, wall mounted propane heater in the bunk room helps take the chill off. A 13-foot deep, dug well adjacent to the camp holds the Best Tasting Water in NYS (according to Art Gallo). An old fashioned, but reliable, pitcher pump near the kitchen sink draws water from the well for domestic use. There is a shower stall and indoor toilet both modified for use with water in buckets. A 1,000-gallon, plastic septic tank, with leach field was installed in 2008. When hot water is needed, the propane gas stove is the means by which water is heated. Adjacent to the camp a 20 by 20 pole barn, with shed roof addition, was erected for storage and maintenance of equipment, recreational vehicles and accessories. Cable phone services are not available, however cellular reception is found at various locations on the property.In the 50s Tug Hill land was relatively cheap. Most of the northern hardwood forest found here was logged, but not cutover hard. A good portion of this property was last harvested approximately 25 years ago, in the 90s. Shortly thereafter the Gallos enrolled in the NYS Section 480-a of the Forest Tax Law Program which would provide them with a Management Plan to help achieve investment goals, as well as reduce their assessment, resulting in lower taxes. Some stands under the Plans work schedule have been harvested in the last 7 years. The majority of the remaining trees in those stands falls within the small pole to medium sawtimber size classes. The Management Plan Work Schedule calls for a series of commercial harvests over the next few years, providing the new owner with immediate cash flow from the timber resource. There is a significant timber value associated with this property that is directly related to the current asking price. A copy of the 480-a Forest Management Plan and Treatment Schedule is available upon request.The Gallo family business was excavating and road, bridge and dam construction. Without a doubt, the property was destined to see the development of roughly 4.5 miles of professionally built roads and stream crossings. Tug Hills short-lived Glenfield and Western Railroad ran across the northern portion of the property creating the foundation for roads in that area. Other recreational improvements included the development of 15 food plots, building of 11 permanent hunting blinds, installation of over 50 tree stands and construction of one well stocked bass pond, ~1.4 acres in size. Most of the property was surveyed in the 60s and boundary lines have all been re-flagged in the last two years.There are two major trout streams that traverse the property. Two Mile and Three Mile Creeks zig-zag their way across the terrain, and a third, Prince Brook, crosses the line briefly on the western boundary. The headwaters of One Mile Creek also originate on their ownership. One, Two, and Three Mile Creeks are all tributaries to Fall Brook. Both Fall and Prince Brooks eventually empty into the Salmon River, east of the Salmon River Reservoir in Redfield, just minutes from camp. The Salmon River, famous for its spawning Salmon runs, eventually empties into Lake Ontario.The predominant tree species found on the property include: sugar and red maple, black cherry, yellow birch, white ash, beech, basswood, aspen, red spruce, balsam fir and hemlock. Based on the abundance of food resources, (including Uncle Charlies apple orchard), water, cover, and physical evidence, whitetail deer, black bear, snowshoe rabbit, ruffed grouse, turkey and a mixed bag of waterfowl either live on, or frequent the property. Camp trophies are testimony to the many successful hunts of past seasons. In addition, trappers will find a variety of other fur bearers including; coyotes, fisher, bobcat, otter, mink, beaver, raccoon, muskrat and weasel to challenge their skill.Seasonal access to the property from the North Osceola Road requires the owner to pass through 3 gates and private lands with varying degrees of public access known as the East Branch of Fish Creek Conservation Easement. As you leave the North Osceola Road you enter onto a 50-acre parcel also owned by the Gallo Family that is not for sale. For the most part, the main road from the first gate all the way to the property is maintained by the Gallo family. The general public is not allowed to use any portion of this road.The Tug Hill region is renowned for its bountiful snowfall which is the only major limiting factor to accessing the property during the winter months. In addition to the maintained gravel roads, skidding trails, created for timber harvesting, make excellent x-country skiing, snow-shoeing, hunting, hiking and ATV trails. Neither public snowmobile, or ATV trails cross the property. The ultimate scenario for privacy and seclusion.This well-developed recreational property is ~30 miles from Boonville, Rome and Lake Ontario, ~50 miles from the Syracuse Airport and ~80 miles from Canada. If you and your family long for a private camp and wild, remote lands you can call your own, you may have found one of the few properties left in the State that meet these criteria!
14 Florence Drive Somers NY 10541
14 Florence Drive  , Somers
New York, 10541
Westchester County
20.00 acres
A Subdivision of 7 homesites for purchase as a package with an approved subdivision map. 2 DEVELOPMENT SUBDIVISIONS AVAILABLE NEXT TO ONE ANOTHER. INCREDIBLE location to town in coveted Somers School System. Flat, level and private with engineering plans available. CAN BE PURCHASED with additional 16 acres of subdivided land adjacent to this MLS 6101296 - SEE attached docs and contact me for additional information.
1253 Kings Highway Chester NY 10918
1253 Kings Highway  , Chester
New York, 10918
Orange County
101.00 acres
100 Beautiful Acres In Chester Awaits Your Imagination! Amazing Investment Opportunity! An Hour Into The Heart Of Manhattan! Close Enough To Enjoy All Of The Culture, Theater And Museums The City Provides! A Commuters Dream!! Bring In An Engineer And Subdivide! Don't Miss This Opportunity!
773 Quaker Road Out of Area NY 12804
773 Quaker Road  , Out of Area
New York, 12804
7.00 acres
Here is an extremely highly visible, high traffic location, with approximately 25,000 potential customers driving past daily. This is a perfect location for your business; it's located between Saratoga Springs and Lake George and within a country drive from the tri-city area of NY/Connecticut/NJ. The potential for this property is only limited by your imagination. Includes over seven acres of land, with 400' on Dix Road and 230' on Quaker Road. It is currently operating as Binley Florist & Garden Center, a thriving business, with exceptional staff. Owner may consider subdividing property with satisfactory purchase agreement.
773 QUAKER RD Queensbury NY 12804
773 QUAKER RD  , Queensbury
New York, 12804
Warren County
7.00 acres
This Property is located in a high traffic location. Over 25,000+ driving thru lighted intersection. Are you looking for a perfect location for your business located between Saratoga Springs and Lake George yet within a drive to NYC, Boston and Connecticut and more! Many Many opportunities here. 7.21 Acres with 400' on Dix Rd and 230' on Quaker Rd. Currently is operating as Binley Florist and Garden Center. Business is thriving and has a great staff. Owner would consider subdividing the property.
100 Elm Street OWEGO NY 13827
100 Elm Street  , OWEGO
New York, 13827
Tioga County
19.00 acres
Offered for sale is this massive former Owego Apalachin Middle school. Would be perfect for a manufacturing or distribution center. The primary building is 114,494 SF on 19.27 Acres of land. This is solid cement and steel construction including 60'x90' expanses with steel trusses. This includes a co-generation system that needs some work to make functional. 3 Marine generators. This has a rubber membrane roof with a Kelly vacuum system installed in 2006, still under warranty. The property has a 175' Cell tower which is the tallest tower in Owego. There is 18,000 SF with 20' ceilings, 9,000SF in the Gym and 9,000 in the auditorium. The auditorium won an award in 1958 for having the best acoustics in the nation. There are 2 elevated loading docks and 2 large overhead doors. In the field next to the school is the Nations largest peace sign in the field.
2770 Ernsberger Road Romulus NY 14541
2770 Ernsberger Road  , Romulus
New York, 14541
Seneca County
103.00 acres
Knapp Winery & Vineyard Restaurant! For thirty-five years, Knapp has been producing vinifera wines with a robust and distinctive character. Located on the Cayuga Wine Trail. The winery has a variety of vinifera vineyards, unique to the Finger Lakes Region; Chardonnay, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Cabernet Franc, to name a few. Knapp also, produces wine-based, handcrafted brandy, port & vodka. Knapp's Vineyard Restaurant is a Trip Advisor Excellence Award winner is open from April - November. Shown by Appointment. Wine, gift and food Inventories to be are sold separately & aren't included in price