This 3.6 acre parcel has 400′ of frontage on the North Branch of the Saranac River, known for its trophy trout fishing in the northern Adirondacks. The stream is a north woods classic, with ripples and pools, wadeable water for fly fishing, and scenic banks lined with balsam fir. Overlooking the water from the riverbank is a beautiful spot for a lean-to and picnic area. Set back 100 feet from there is an elevated knoll where a cabin can be built for an Adirondack getaway or permanent home. The property has frontage on a state maintained road with the opportunity for power. The land is very scenic, with a mixed forest of hardwoods, evergreens, and small clearings.
The property is in a great location, only 1/2 hour from Saranac Lake and 40 minutes to Lake Placid. Nearby is the 40,000 acre Taylor Pond Wild Forest where opportunities for hiking, paddling, hunting, and fishing abound. Silver Lake, Taylor Pond, and Union Falls Flow are a short drive away.