This 20 acres on the Deer River in the northern Adirondacks is one of the prettiest properties you will ever find. With over 500′ of frontage on the river, in a park-like setting of large hemlocks and pines, the setting is absolutely pristine. There is a high knoll above the river that would make a great cabin site, with an old roadway that slopes gently to the bank of the stream, making for a great spot for a lean-to or fishing camp. The river has holes, pockets, and rapids that are prime holding areas for brook trout. There is a fishing easement on the river which allows you to move freely up and down the river. The Deer River drains a vast area of wild country in the northern Adirondacks where there are exciting opportunities for canoeing and fishing.
This Adirondack riverfront land is accessed by a private gravel road, is off-grid and very secluded. There is a variety of terrain and timber cover that provides excellent habitat for wildlife and deer hunting.