This 30-acre parcel has over 1,000 feet of frontage on the North Branch of the Saranac River, a classic Adirondack trout stream. The river is very scenic, with cedar, hemlock, and spruce lining its banks, providing a great place to fly fish or just to cool off and relax. The river is known for its excellent brook trout fishing and has a public fishing easement along its length, allowing you to move up or down the river as you please.
The property has a park-like cabin site in a stand of majestic white pine, with a trail leading to the back of the property where there is an equally impressive stand of mature sugar maples. The forest has not been logged and has a very pristine, attractive appearance. The Adirondack acres are primarily level until they slope up a hill in the back of the property to where it meets state land. The state land totals over 2,000 acres providing all kinds of room for the Adirondack deer hunter and explorer.