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New York vacant land with mix of corn fields, brushy areas, woods, two ponds, views and building sites for sale. This property is a great blend of active agricultural land with forest, brush and open and even two ponds. There is currently about 85 acres in active agricultural production in two separate leases. The farmers will be allowed to take their crop this year and the new owner can decide to lease or cancel in the future. The leases pay about $23/acre per year currently. There is about 30 acres in forest and a 100% cruise by FORECON, Inc in April, 2022 shows a current volume of about 55,000 boardfeet of timber. The balance of the property is in open and various stages of early brush.With the abundance of road front comes many possibilities for building sites. There is great access from all roads and plenty of room to build or set up camp. From Beech Hill Road (County Road 39) you can take in the fantastic view to the south. From Skinner Hill Road upon entering the property you can find yourself just above one of the ponds with a great view north. There is something to see no matter where you go!The forest is comprised of soft maple, red oak, cherry, hemlock, hard maple and more. It is a younger stand with lots of poles and small sawtimber that will grow into some quality timber over time. The mix of mast producing species coupled with the abundance of corn and brushy cover is attracting deer and turkey whose sign is easy to see here.The property is about 5 miles from the Genesee River for excellent fishing and about 8 miles from Wellsville for all other amenities.The Seller does not own the oil, gas and mineral rights. They were reserved by Seneca Resources who owns them as well as the gas pipeline and gas well equipment on the property. All timber rights will transfer.The property has approximately 2,400 feet of road frontage on Forsythe Road, 3,200 feet on Skinner Hill and 1,800 feet on County Road 39. Electric is available along Forsythe Road.