30 acres Farmland with Woods and Pond in Scio NY State Route 19
30 acres of tillable land, buildable land with woods and a beaver pond in Scio NY.
Very diversified property with lots of opportunities and is just minutes away from the Village of Wellsville and is very accessible from State Route 19.
The acreage consists of approximately 7 acres of tillable land which has great agricultural and gardening soil.
Perfect spot to build your new home, homestead, start a business, or for camping and recreational activities. Plenty of land for hiking and riding. Wildlife sign throughout. There is a nice beaver pond established on the property.
Survey will determine the exact acreage.
Offered at $47,900. Contact Girard Kelly 585-466-3446 for more information.
Country Acreage, Farms & Farmland, Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Residential
Girard Kelly - See more listings by Girard Kelly
Licensed Title: Licensed Real Estate Broker/Owner
Phone Number: 585-466-3446
"Girard Kelly is a resident of Allegany County, in the Southern Tier, and has been for most of his life. During the past 15 years he has completed many land acquisitions, subdivisions and has sold land in the Southern Tier, including sales in the housing market. He was employed by a municipality for almost 20 years, many of those years in an elected official position as the Highway Superintendent. He also has 30+ years experience working in agriculture. Girard is the President of the Allegany County Chamber, a member of the Lion's Club, Sons of the American Legion, the Conservation Club, and elected Town Councilman for the Town of Angelica. Girard is an outdoorsman and during his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family on the property they own. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, motorcycle and 4-wheeler riding. Girard has two adult children (a daughter and a son) and 3 grandchildren. Girard has vast experience in sales of land and houses so whether you are looking to buy or sell in the Southern Tier, he will be happy to assist you in fulfilling your needs."