167 acres Farmland and Woodlands with Pond and Creek in Greene NY 99 Fuller Road

UNDER CONTRACT

This 167 acre property consists of old farmland with fields, forests, a creek and a pond located in Greene NY.

This attractive estate has not been farmed or timbered for decades. The majority of the rolling land, approximately 100 acres, is forested primarily with maple trees of all ages. It appears that the last selective cut may have been around 25 years ago and sections of the woods are due for a management harvest should the new owner choose.

The 40 plus acres of once upon a time farm fields and pasture have been unharvested for many years and could be used for organic farming or beef cattle grazing.  Now, the fox, deer, turkey, beaver, grouse, songbirds, and wild plants have made this their sole domain.

The parcel has a wide variety of features but no steep hills or ravines, and no flooding creeks or large swamps.  There is a small two acre pond where the beavers have damned a section of the creek.  This pond, with its lilies and waterfowl, adds to the charm and diversity of the land.

There is an old 4 bedroom farmhouse that has been recently lived in.  The site has a drilled water well, power and a septic system.  The heir to this property has visited the site and has decided to sell the house and small barn in as-is condition along with the land.  The structures can be saved but they are in poor condition.  The primary value of the property lies in the land and site which has over 1,300 ft. of level frontage on a good low traffic paved country road.

This estate is only 10 miles from Interstate 81.  Binghamton is 25 minutes away, Cortland 30 minutes, and both Ithaca and Syracuse approximately 1 hour away.  Both New York City and Philadelphia are approximately 3 hours away.  Several large NY State Forests with hiking, hunting, and fishing are 5 to 15 minutes away as are numerous trout streams, bass and walleye rivers and lakes.  Ski or enjoy the indoor water park at nearby Greek Peak.  Picnic, swim and boat at Dorchester Park only 15 minutes away.  Visit the Finger Lakes Wine Country.  So much to see and do in Upstate NY!

Offered at $368,900.  Contact Norm Niggli 607-237-1949 for more information and to schedule a private showing.

11-4-2022 lq#93282

Size:

167.44 acres

Town:

Triangle

Price:

$368,900

County:

Broome

Region:

Central

Status:

Pending, Active

Category:

Country Acreage, Farms & Farmland, Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Residential, Timberland

Norm Niggli - See more listings by Norm Niggli

Licensed Title: Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Phone Number: 607-237-1949

Email: norm@nylandquest.com

"Norm was born and raised in Chenango County, New York. He grew up in a family that made a living in the trades and a life in the fields and streams of upstate New York. His fondest memories are of fishing, camping and hunting outings; catching a beautiful native brookie in the pool beneath a woodland falls, his first buck, fireside stories and in later years sharing these same experiences with his sons. After graduating from Albany State University, Norm worked for twenty-eight years, becoming Vice President for a hundred year old seed company that sells seed to businesses, home gardeners, farmers, landscapers, greenhouses and golf courses. For the last thirteen years, Norm has been a realtor specializing in the buying and selling of rural property in upstate New York. He also lives on a small lake in upstate New York in a home he remodeled himself, enjoying family time with his wife, sons and seven grandchildren. All of his many interests and joys involve his love and appreciation of the outdoors, nature and rural life. Norm says he stays young and excited by serving his clients and sharing their joy and love of the land. He loves walking your lot or hiking your hill and sitting down to enjoy the views, listen to your needs and share his insight on your property. He looks forward to helping you find your Dreamland! Seeing your satisfaction and feeling your appreciation for a job well done is his greatest reward."

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