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New York Adirondack recreational timberland, long-term forest management opportunity, ATV trails, adjacent to State Land, Hudson River and snowmobile trails for sale. 572 Adirondack Park acres located in southern Warren County in the town of Lake Luzerne. Immediately adjacent to state land, accessible to the Hudson River and the South Warren Snowmobile Club Trails system. A westerly facing property with screened views of the Hudson River and beyond, The Hudson River Highlands offers recreational and development opportunities on a truly beautiful, large-acreage property situated to all the attractions of the Adirondacks. Ample road frontage, good access and electric at the roadside allows for single family home, family compound or camp development, or investment for the tourist industry for high-end camping. An additional access opportunity is available from Gailey Hill Road, which at this time, is not developed. The property is completely forested and accessible for all recreational pursuits; hiking, ATV & snowmobile, cross-country skiing and horseback riding. Abundant white-tailed deer presence due to past forest management projects. Acres of hemlock bedding cover and abundant red and white oak for feed. Local Zoning is Open Space (OS) and Residential Rural (R-RU) which details are within included Town Zoning Ordinance available upon request. The timber resource has been professionally managed under Real Property Tax Law 480a for the last decade. In the last 10 years 2 areas of the property were thinned with the interest of sustainable forest management and wildlife enhancement by professional foresters. Once in 2014 and the most recent sale in 2017. 480 a allows for a reduced assessment and low taxes for long-term dedication to managing the forest. The property is dominated by white pine, hemlock and mixed oak and hardwood offering periodic timber revenue. Located just 25 miles from Saratoga Springs, 20 miles from Glens Falls and 3-1/2 hours form NYC. Locally, the Hudson River Highlands is 5 miles out of the village of Lake Luzerne for the necessary amenities and 12 miles from Lake George Village and public boat launches.