Splendor on the Stream! Enchanted forest meets quintessential creek. A natural canopy of deciduous trees and evergreens descends gently to 661 feet of frontage on the Stony Kill, a DEC-designated AA trout stream with large flat rock formations and crystal clear swimming holes. Fish, swim and/or sunbathe all to the music of the stream. Rising at moderate grade from Granite Road, the almost 20 acre parcel has several natural building sites with seasonal northerly views of the Catskill Mountain Range and Forest Preserve. Selective clearing will make those views year-round views. The variety of trees is astounding: shagbark and pignut hickory; black walnut; rock, white, black and pin oaks; silver and sugar maples; silver and paper birch; beech; sycamore; ironwood; cedar; hemlock; and pine to mention just a few. Shaded and loamy soil is perfect for growing ginseng, which has spread abundantly. Ferns and mosses highlight the open glades. Two acre zoning adds to and retains value, but you’ll likely want to keep this land your land, to build your dream house or family compound. A road of compressed limestone has been built that will withstand home construction and be ready to finish afterward. In-ground electric has been brought up the South side of the property allowing your choice of cable to be easily added. Parcel will convey with Board of Health approval. FREE TOURS FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS!
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