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New York vacant land with mix of forest land and excellent farm land for sale. This property is the perfect mix of open, agricultural land and forest for those seeking a homestead property, some prime agricultural land or just a great place to hunt. There currently is about 60 acres in agricultural production and the Seller has an active farming lease that will transfer to the buyer for this current season. Crops have been planted and the farmer will be allowed to harvest his crops for this year. The current lease terminates December 31, 2022 and currently pays about $22/acre for the leased portion. There is also a hunting lease on the property that may be continued or canceled by the buyer at closing.The forest is a mix of hard maple, soft maple, cherry, red oak, beech, basswood, spruce, pine and much more. A timber inventory by FORECON, Inc. in April, 2022 shows a volume of nearly 300,000 boardfeet of timber, Doyle Log Rule. The forest is mixed in the various areas it occurs from young poles to small sawtimber and other area with larger sawtimber. The forest is healthy and not in need of any thinning currentlThe mix of species along with the farming activity creates a mecca for deer and turkey here. The ease of access to some of the best spots on the property is easily done on a terrific network of internal gravel roads. Given the great access it is also easy to "play the wind" for your approach to your stand increasing your chances of success!The property is only about 3 miles from the Genesee River for great fishing and Wellsville is only about 7 miles away for all the essentials for your home or camp.The Seller does not own the oil, gas and mineral rights and they do not transfer. The property was formerly owned by Seneca Resources who maintains those rights as well as all of the gas well and pipeline infrastructure currently present on this tract. All timber rights will transfer.The property has approximately 2,000 feet of road frontage on Fortner Road. Electric is available at the road front.