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Name :Todd Waldron
Company :Fountains Land
Address :10 Pine St
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City :Glens Falls
State :New York
Zipcode :12801
Phone :518-668-5880
Cell :518-926-8734
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Ausable River Forest
Clinton, New York
203.00 acres
Introduction Ausable River Forest is a 203-acre riverfront retreat property located in the Plattsburgh Region of northern New York. The land’s significant Ausable River frontage lies ½ mile downstream of the renowned Ausable Chasm. This breathtaking gorge was carved deep into the region’s ancient bedrock during the last glacial retreat. Its canyon extends for nearly two miles and often exceeds 200 feet in depth. Exiting the canyon just upstream from the property, the river then forms a series of long pools of pocket water which provide ample tubing and fishing options along the tract’s frontage. Location Port Kent is situated 5 minutes east of the property, where a 1-hour ferry ride connects New York’s lakeside communities to Burlington, VT. Plattsburgh is 10 miles to the north, while Albany is 130 miles to the south. New York City and Boston are 5.5 hours south and east respectively. Access The property’s year-'round, paved road frontage, well-drained soils and good internal road development offer weekend home development opportunities. Access is as highlighted below: 400’ of frontage exists along US Route 9, linking the property with the nearby village of Keeseville and I-87 Exit 34 (3 miles). Electric utilities are available roadside, supporting immediate, cost-effective, year-round housing options. From Route 9, a 2,000’, gated, private gravel road extends into the heart of the land. This road crosses flat, well-drained terrain and is passable for SUV-type vehicle traffic. Site Description The majority of the property occupies a generally well-drained plateau situated along the east bank of the Ausable River. Its forests and well-drained soils are highly suited to accommodate future housing and camp development. From its eastern reaches along Route 9, the land remains mostly flat for several hundred yards to the west. Its terrain remains steady to within 100’ of the river, where it then drops steeply off for 40-50’ before forming a gently-sloped bench that flanks the river’s immediate bank. Two shallow wildlife sanctuary ponds can be found in the northern third of the property, providing excellent wildlife habitat for key species like whitetail deer, grouse and waterfowl. Water Resources The property enjoys 3,400’ of frontage along the Ausable River, one of the most well-recognized watersheds in the Adirondacks. Its frontage along such a significant water resource creates a unique investment opportunity for niche waterfront buyers seeking unique recreational retreat and conservation amenities. As it flows along the property’s bounds, the river creates a long stretch of pocket water flowing over a glaciated bed of boulders and cobblestones. Ausable River’s scenic frontage provides an unspoiled canvas of opportunity to explore and enjoy. Outdoor activities can include hiking along its gravel shoreline, trout fishing, wading or just relaxing to the therapeutic sound of rushing water.
Alder Brooke Forest
Warren, New York
280.00 acres
Introduction Fourteen-mile views, long stream frontage on Alder Brook, and incredible deer hunting make this Brant Lake region acreage a classic Adirondack retreat property. Location 280-acre Alder Brook Forest is an incredible southern Adirondack recreational property situated in the town of Horicon, New York. This property has a remote ambience with a convenient location and has all the classic attributes of a great weekend retreat property. Nearby Brant Lake Village is a popular waterfront community with a mix of year-round and summer residents, garden store and an iconic mill pond. Chestertown is located 10 minutes west of the property along the Route 8 and 9 corridors and has gas and grocery stores, restaurants, diners and food. Access Access is via a deeded right-of-way across an existing gravel driveway that extends a half mile from Hayesburg Road to the property. This driveway serves as the entry way to the current landowner’s residence, which is situated on a separate tax parcel just west of Alder Brook Forest. The driveway is plowed in the winter months to the neighboring residence and to within close proximity of the western entryway to Alder Brook. Its suitable for SUV and four-wheel drive type vehicles. Site Description Alder Brook Forest is a classic Adirondack recreational property that can provide much-needed relief from the grind of everyday life. Come up on the weekends and ride your ATV and snowmobiles. Bring your friends, relax and hunt deer in the fall. Enjoy the great outdoor lifestyle that the southern Adirondacks and Brant Lake Region offer in all four seasons of the year.
Bibby Mountain Forest
Warren, New York
278.00 acres
Introduction This Schroon Lake/North Creek Region property has multiple access points, stunning mountain views and easy proximity to both Adirondack Northway Exit 26 and Gore Mountain. Location Bibby Mountain Forest is a versatile, 278-acre recreational forestland property located in the Schroon Lake region of New York’s Adirondack Mountains. The property is located in the southern Adirondacks and lies within 5 miles of the Adirondack Northway Exit 26 near the village of Pottersville. The surrounding neighborhood around Bibby Mountain consists of beautiful forests, rolling mountains and a mix of year-round and seasonal residences. North Creek Village lies 9 miles west of the property and is home to the popular Gore Mountain Ski Center. Glens Falls is situated 30 miles south and offers hospital services, shopping, lodging and cultural activities. Access The property has 275’ of paved road frontage along Pottersville-Olmsteadville Road - a four-season highway linking the property and surrounding neighborhood to the Adirondack Northway corridor near Exit 26. There is also a right-of-way linking the northeast corner of the property to the same road, and a seasonal jeep trail right-of-way from the end of Ted Wells Road. Site Description Bibby Mountain Forest is an accessible, large-acreage, recreational retreat that is ideally suited for weekend getaways while also being a smart long-term real estate investment that is rooted in land and timber. The property’s varied terrain reveals a vintage southern Adirondack landscape that consists of naturally beautiful conifer and hardwood forests, soaring mountain views, and great wildlife habitat.
Derby Brook Forest
Essex, New York
191.00 acres
Introduction The 191-acre Derby Brook Forest is located in the scenic town of Lewis, Essex County, New York. This region is tucked centrally at the crossroads of the Adirondack High Peaks Region and nearby Lake Champlain. The surrounding area offers a backdrop of vintage Adirondack landscapes including endless pine and hardwood forests, high mountains, cold-running creeks and fresh air. Location Lewis (population 1,300) has convenient access to the I-87 Northway Exit 32 and offers a small grocery stop and gas station. Elizabethtown, Lincoln Pond and Hurricane Mountain are all situated within 15-20 minutes of the property. Derby Brook Forest lies within a half hour of Keene Valley, where trailheads to the heart of the High Peaks Wilderness Region can be easily accessed for an incredible day high in one of the East’s largest roadless areas. Lake Placid is situated within 30 miles of the property. A 40-minute drive to this popular mountain town will get you a great meal along with access to major Olympic facilities. Plattsburgh is situated 35 miles north along Interstate 87. Montreal lies an hour and a half north, while Burlington, VT is located an hour and a half east across iconic Lake Champlain. Access The property has extensive, year-round access along Seventy Lane – a paved, four-season town road with electric utilities along the frontage. There is 2,300’ of frontage along the paved section of the road. This is parsed out in two sections including 200’ of frontage accessing the land south of Derby Brook and 2,100’ accessing the land to the north of the brook. There is an additional 1,000 ft of frontage along the seasonally-maintained dirt section of the road which eventually leaves the property and leads to 7,900-acre Jay Mountain Wilderness Area just north of the land. Site Description Derby Brook Forest has many classic attributes that make it a desirable Adirondack property, including long stream frontage, good access, favorable zoning, a nice forest and lots of privacy for a weekend home or cabin.
Alden Forest
Warren, New York
300.00 acres
Introduction A prime winter recreational property with connection to over 100 miles of snowmobile trails, thousands of acres of state land next door, private cabin sites and mountain views. A great investment property for those who love playing outdoors. Location Alden Forest is a classic blended woodland retreat and long-term timber investment property located in the Warrensburg-Lake George region of New York's Adirondack Park. The property is tucked privately at the end of a deeded right-of-way road along the western flank and summit of Hemlock Ridge, a prominent mountain that is situated within an unbroken forested landscape between Warrensburg and Lake George Village. Interstate 87, also known as the Adirondack Northway, is situated within 5 miles of the property, providing easy access to forest products markets and regional population centers like Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs. Access Entry to the property is provided by a 3,500' gravel right-of-way road that originates at Alden Avenue to the west and enters the land's northwestern corner. This road traverses mostly gentle slopes and provides good access for high-clearance vehicles. Site Description Alden Forest's long views, private cabin options, and year-round recreational opportunities are shaped by its position along the slopes and summit of Hemlock Ridge (elevation 1,722'). This is all complemented by its direct access to over 2,000 acres of adjoining New York State Forest Preserve lands. Timber Fountains' rough estimate of Capital Timber Value (CTV) is $147,700 or $491/acre, a figure that makes up over 70% of the property's asking price. This figure is based upon a 2007 timber inventory that has since been adjusted for annual growth and current stumpage market trends.
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