44 acres Riverfront Land on West Canada Creek in Newport NY Fishing Rock Road
44 acres with almost 700 ft of frontage on West Canada Creek in Newport NY, Herkimer County.
A very diverse piece of land with both open and wooded land located just north of Herkimer NY and very close to the NYS Thruway for an easy commute in or out. The property has very interesting ravines and creek tributaries amongst the terrain that feed into the West Canada Creek. The land is mostly open in the front with a small pond and then turns into a wooded forest leading down to the creek.
Excellent property to get that daily exercise in on a nice walk or hike in the woods traversing the ravines! Very close to the gateway of the Adirondacks only being minutes away, yet still close to town and stores. Also, to go with the property is a small tractor with Brush Hog being sold “as is” with the land.
This property would make a great summer getaway spot or to build a cabin in the woods overlooking the water. Make your ideas a reality!
Priced to sell for $98,900. Contact Kurt Washo 315-559-3070 for more information.
Building Lots, Country Acreage, Hunting Land, Investment Opportunities, Land with Mineral Rights, Recreational Land, Residential, Timberland, Waterfront
Kurt Washo - See more listings by Kurt Washo
Licensed Title: Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone Number: 315-559-3070
"Kurt grew up in Central New York. After serving four years in the U.S.M.C. in North Carolina he decided to move back to New York. He enjoys the great outdoors from farming to cutting firewood. Having lived in both urban and rural communities; he simply prefers to be in the country, currently residing in Madison County. Kurt enjoys hiking, long walks, ax throwing and Cruises! Searching for the right property is something Kurt really enjoys as he is a landowner himself and understands the unique uses a property can deliver. He will gladly help you find the right fit when it comes to your property needs and interests regarding hunting, recreational, or residential land use!"