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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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Petersburgh Forest
Rensselaer, New York
130.00 acres
Introduction The 130-acre Petersburgh Forest in Rensselaer County is a large upstate New York property for sale with rolling, wooded acreage that is ideally suited for a future weekend retreat, while offering exceptional deer and turkey hunting immediately. The property is situated in the towns of Petersburgh and Berlin, within the Little Hoosick River Valley. Lying within an easy 45-minute drive of Albany’s Capitol Region, the surrounding countryside is tucked between the Taconic Range to the east and the nearby Rensselaer Plateau to the west. Location The village of Berlin (population 2,800) lies within 5 miles of the property along Route 22 and offers a nearby gas and convenience store stop. Troy (population 50,000) is situated 21 miles to the west along the Route 7 corridor and has a host of shopping, dining and cultural amenities. Williamstown and North Adams, MA are two highly popular Berkshire communities which are located 12 and 17 miles to the east respectively along NY/MA Route 2. Williamstown is home to Williams College, the Clark Institute and the Williamstown Theater Festival. Mass MoCA, a modern art museum, is a popular destination in North Adams and can be reached within an easy half hour’s drive of the property. Access The property’s long, paved, four-season, maintained road frontage, with electric and phone utilities available roadside, enhances future building opportunities and year-round outdoor enjoyment. Highlights include 1,820’ of frontage along Cold Spring Road, a paved, town-maintained road connecting the neighborhood to Petersburgh and Berlin. Terrain along the southern 150’ in the town of Berlin is relatively steep, but the road frontage moderates as it moves northward and there are two main entry points along the frontage. Site Description Petersburgh Forest is a classic, multiple-use property that can offer weekend enjoyment and attractive country living options while also providing a long-term platform for land investment, wildlife, forestry, open space and recreation. The building opportunities for a year-round home or weekend retreat are situated close to the Cold Spring Road frontage where access is good and electric service is readily available. The ground is gently sloping in this vicinity, soils are well drained and there is plenty of tree cover for privacy and enjoyment.
Harris Road Forest
Warren, New York
181.00 acres
Introduction This Brant Lake Region acreage offers end-of-the-road solitude, direct access to the Lake George Wild Forest and big seasonal views toward Gore Mountain. Location Harris Road Forest is situated in the southeastern corner of New York’s Adirondack Park within the popular town of Horicon, Warren County. While offering an element of ‘end of the road’ solitude, the property is situated conveniently within 10 minutes of Interstate 87 (Adirondack Northway) Exit 25 and offers easy travel access to nearby population centers. Lake George Village is 25 miles south along the Northway, while Glens Falls NY is 30 miles south. Access Access is gained via a short deeded right-of-way spur which connects the land with Harris Road, a town-maintained corridor with utilities available roadside. From the terminus of Harris Road, this private woods road climbs gradually across gentle hardwood slopes and extends for 300 feet before reaching the property’s western perimeter. As it enters the land, the road culminates at a former log landing site where warm southwestern sunlight exposure and long-range views of Gore Mountain create a compelling platform for a future home envelope. Site Description The property contains many of the most highly desirable features of a classic southern Adirondack retreat property, including end-of-road privacy and captivating long-range mountain views. When combining these attributes with its direct access to a broad expanse of Forest Preserve lands to the east, it presents an outstanding purchase opportunity for a secluded getaway with proximity to the Northway and Lake George Region.
Dunkley Road Forest
Warren, New York
99.00 acres
Introduction Dunkley Road offers significant privacy, gentle terrain, well-drained soils and recently-thinned hardwood and hemlock forests that can be enjoyed throughout the year. Its perfectly suited for buyers seeking a large weekend getaway property that can be divided for multiple family members or friends. Location The property is situated near the village of Bakers Mills in the Gore Mountain region of the Adirondacks. Lying in the shadow of the iconic Eleventh Mountain, the surrounding neighborhood offers a picturesque backdrop of scenic hardwood and hemlock forests with thousands of acres of state land nearby to explore. North Creek Village lies 8 miles east of the property and is home to the popular Gore Mountain Ski Center. Downtown North Creek offers an inviting mountain retreat atmosphere whose Main Street is lined with several shops, a wine bar, a bakery cafe, and hotel services. Access The property consists of two individually-deeded, surveyed parcels that each have their own access points for future home site development and rural subdivision opportunities. Access to tax parcel 132-1-85 includes 1,600 feet of nice road frontage on C. Dunkley Road – a gravel, four-season town road. Entry to tax parcel 132-1-90.2 is via a deeded right-of-way extending from Thissell Road to the east for a few hundred feet to the property line. This ROW is undeveloped at this time – a driveway can be developed in the future if you decide to sell this lot and retain the Dunkley Road acreage or if you want to turn the property into a large family retreat and build multiple houses. Site Description Dunkley Road offers significant privacy, gentle terrain, well-drained soils and recently thinned hardwood and hemlock forests that can be enjoyed throughout the year. Its perfectly suited for buyers seeking a large weekend getaway property that can be potentially divided for multiple family members or friends. Build a weekend residence along the Dunkley Road frontage, maintain or sell the second parcel off Thissell Road or maintain options for multiple home sites.
Number 4 Forest
Lewis, New York
88.00 acres
Introduction Fountains is pleased to offer the scenic and versatile 88-acre Number Four Forest for sale in the western Adirondacks. This accessible acreage is a classic recreational and timber property located in the heart of Lewis County. Build your cabin, snowmobile, ATV, hike, nature watch and more. Location The property lies in the foothills of the Adirondacks, just inside the Blue Line. The surrounding area is tucked along the Black River Valley just east of the Tug Hill Plateau. This is a popular four-season recreational destination for camping, ATV riding, snowmobiling, hunting and fishing. The town of Watson is a mosaic of rural year-round residences, seasonal cabins and public and non-industrial private forest ownerships. Lowville (population 4,800) is situated 12 miles to the west along Number Four Road. It is the regional hub for supplies and has several gas and grocery shop options, dining and a local hospital. Access Number Four Road - The property has 3,000 feet of frontage along Number Four Road, with excellent home building sites available. Petrie Road – This town-maintained gravel road flanks the northern boundary of the property along 1,950 feet of frontage. A good ATV trail extends southward into the land through an attractive red pine plantation. Site Description The property’s attractive pine forests, beautiful beaver pond and gently rolling terrain make it a classic recreational retreat property with a nice long-term woodlot component. A potential weekend homesite has already been cleared along Number Four Road with utilities available roadside. Timber Number Four’s attractive white and red pine forests have been professionally managed over the years and offer a nice long-term financial component to a solid weekend recreational property. A 2019 post-harvest inventory conducted by the ownership’s forestry provider indicates that Capital Timber Value is $55,100 ($642/acre). Sawtimber volumes have been reported to be 511 MBF (5.9 MBF/commercial acre), with pulpwood volumes reported at 587 cords (8.6 cords/commercial acre).
Johnsburg Forest and Gravel
Warren, New York
50.00 acres
Introduction A DEC-permitted sand and gravel property, offering close proximity to the Gore Mountain Region's growing residential and ski resort-based real estate market. Location Johnsburg Forest and Gravel is situated in North Creek's Gore Mountain Region, a popular ski-town community lying along the Hudson River in northern Warren County. This region lies within easy reach of the Adirondack Northway, 12 miles to the east along State Route 8 in Chestertown. Warrensburg Village is 14 miles south via Route 28, while Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs are located 30 miles and 45 miles to the south respectively. Access The property is accessed by a 50’-wide gravel, seasonal right-of-way. This access road extends 0.8 miles from Holland Road, a town-maintained artery linking the neighborhood to Route 28 and nearby Wevertown. The current ownership has invested a great deal of money in the right-of-way road in recent years, and it is suitable for normal passenger vehicle traffic and large truck transportation. Upon reaching the property’s eastern boundary line, the road continues another 0.2 miles to the heart of the land where the sand and gravel pit envelope is located. Site Description Along with the potential cash flow opportunities associated with developing its sand and gravel reserves, the property also offers a long-term timber resource. Its timber component can be managed for periodic timber harvesting to enhance returns from the gravel options. Alternately, the property could serve as a private recreational canvas in the event the next ownership wishes to let the sand permitting expire and to use the property for weekend recreation. Special Features The tract is fully permitted and is capable of supporting a viable sand and gravel business. Its current DEC permit is valid through April 2018 and is renewable in 5-year increments thereafter. The tract's Adirondack Park Agency (APA) permit is valid indefinitely as long as the DEC permit remains current. The estimated "Life of Mine" is 80-90 years, offering investors long-term mineral reserves with steady annual cash flow potential. Permits allow for an average of 10,000 yards (approximately 750 tandem dump truck loads) of sand and gravel extraction per year, with a maximum extraction of 15,000 yards per year (1,150 dump truck loads).
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