This 141 acres represent what has become the most difficult of finds in the Adirondack Mts. For folks who want property off the beaten path, this is it. Access is good, via a town maintained road for 8 months of the year and by a groomed snowmobile trail for 4 months. The property features 3300′ of frontage on the Salmon River in the northern Adirondacks. The river holds native brook trout and is able to be canoed or kayaked, except in lower summer water conditions.
There is driveable access to a cabin site with terrific views of the northern mountain ranges. There are other vantage points throughout the property with spectacular mountain views and alternative building sites. The property was recently logged, creating well-drained trails for hiking, skiing, and ATV/UTV vehicles. A well stocked forest of hardwoods and evergreens remains.
For the wildlife enthusiasts, there is a resident population of moose, with signs of their presence throughout the property. For the hunter, whitetail deer are also fairly abundant, in addition to snowshoe hare and ruffed grouse. State easement lands and state forest preserve are closeby, offering additional recreational opportunities. For amenities, trips to town for supplies can be made to the village of Malone to the north and Saranac Lake to the south.