Altmar, NY Oswego Country Land 5. acre for sale in Auburn, NY

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5.01 acres, use Salmon River, Pekin Brook, Orwell Brook and a 164 acre public lake, 266' paved road, utilities, gated driveway, nice woods: $24,900.

Last in private hands in 1958 - off the open market for 60 years! Be the very first person to build a cabin or home here.

5 acres borders a 567 acre Salmon Riverfront tract, currently a utility company forest (scheduled to potentially become a 567 acre State Forest) holding 7,000 feet of Salmon River.

Ideal fishing location between Salmon River's Ellis Cove and Orwell Brook. Between Pekin Brook and the Lower Reservoir Lake boat launch, just north of the Upper Fly Zone of the famous Salmon River.

Access Salmon River to the west (Ellis Cove), Light Reservoir (164 acre Lake with boat launch) to the east.

Access Oswego County ATV trails across the paved road front and connect to hundreds of mile of local Tug Hill snowmobile trails.

Enjoy 5 acres, 266' paved road, utility lines along road front, plowed road for year round access, nice woods, gated driveway - land borders the 567 acre Salmon River utility forest with about 7000 feet of Salmon River. This 567 acre potential state forest includes 7000 feet of Salmon River connecting to a 164 acre p lake and a 70 acre hidden pond. The hidden lake and pond currently access to public (Hog Back Road Parking) as is about 2000' of the Upper Fly Zone on Salmon River (Rt 22 parking).

Off the private open market since 1958!

5 acres, 266' paved road, utilities, use Salmon River and access to a 164 acre lake: $24,900.

If you are not calling about this rare opportunity then please do yourself a favor and stop looking at land now because you cannot surpass this rare situation, you will not be disappointed.

Call: 315-387-2600

  • Price: $24,900

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