NYLandQuest #: lq51510

56 acres Secluded House with Pond in Virgil NY 2246 Gee Hill Road

Lovely secluded ranch-style home, pond and 56 acres for sale near Dryden, NY in Cortland County. 

Nice 3 bedroom home with hardwood floors, tongue and groove pine on ceilings and walls with a spectacular stone fireplace.  Far from any neighbors!  One of a kind.

This house is nicely updated/remodeled overlooking the pond.  Includes a screened-in porch and outdoor deck.  The exterior is cedar siding and this property has well, septic and electric.  The property has a full bath and 3 bedrooms with plenty of closet space.  The living room looks amazing with the stone fireplace and wood stove insert.  Nice eat-in kitchen with a breakfast bar and all wood cabinets.  The furnace is LP forced air and fed through ceiling ducts.

The property consists of a nice long driveway that opens up around the house and pond.  You are surrounded by 56 acres of woodlands.  The location means you hear nothing and see nobody except you and yours.

The house overlooks a nice pond that was full of fish!  Pond is over 1/2 acre in size.


  • 4 miles from Dryden, NY
  • 8 miles from Cortland, NY (SUNY Cortland)
  • 10 miles from I-81/McGraw, NY
  • 17 miles from Ithaca, NY (Cornell/Ithaca College)
  • 43 miles from Binghamton, NY
  • 219 miles from the George Washington Bridge

Enjoy the pictures of this house and property and have a look at the aerial to appreciate the location.  Have your own family retreat.  Hunt, hike, fish or just enjoy the peace and quiet.

Priced to sell for $299,900.  Contact Matt Klink 315-406-5470 (text friendly), or Carl Snyder 607-280-5770 for more details and to schedule a private showing.  By Appointment Only.

Size: 56.03 Acres Price: $299,900
Town: Virgil County: cortland
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