The rolling terrain of this 175 acre, surveyed property is completely wooded with a beautiful and diverse forest of hardwood and softwood trees. The predominate species include; maple, birch, cherry, ash, oak, aspen, beech, hemlock, spruce, fir and pine. One small, unnamed stream traverses the property along the southern boundary, its flow halted by beavers to form several small ponds, a suitable rest stop for migrating waterfowl. Another stream cuts through the northern portion of the property forming a wide wet meadow. Smaller drainages are found in pockets amid bedrock outcrops. Both streams are tributaries to the Indian River and likely sustain trout year ‘round.
There is a small, 1.5 story, 16’ x 24’ (576 sf) rustic cabin with porch near the southwest corner of the property. Built in 2006 on pressure treated piers with a painted steel roof and Adirondack style wood siding. It is not insulated nor is there water or septic. A suitable shelter for the avid hunter or outdoor enthusiast and with the addition of a small woodstove, gas lights and cook top would easily become a very cozy retreat! Electric and cable phone utilities are not available to the property.