This 95 acres is a great recreational and investment property. A short walk through a 2.5 acre field along the road leads to a 93 acre forest that has been cared for and wisely managed. It has been 21 years since the last hardwood harvest and the last modest softwood harvest was in 2009. The field in front leads down to a small stream bordered by woods on both banks. There is room here to build a cabin or park an RV with a pretty view of the stream and only be 500 ft from the power lines along the road. To ease access to the remaining 93 acres of forest the seller built a new bridge. Trails throughout. One trail led me through a park-like section of the forest with large majestic mature Hemlocks. On another the sturdy oak trees on either side obviously provided plenty of food for the deer, turkeys, and squirrels and roost sites for the turkeys. I saw plenty of deer sign, a few turkey feathers, squirrels and an owl being harassed by some crows. The small nearby town of Harpursville lies along I88 and from there you can head north to Oneonta or Cooperstown, or 20 minutes south to Binghamton NY. Less than three hours to George Washington Bridge.