NYS Half acre lot in Adirondack Park with turn-key single wide trailer near lakes, Beaver River, plus snow sled, ATV and horse trails For Sale: Call this cozy abode your home and you'll be far enough out of town to truly enjoy the rural life of Lewis County. This 'ready-to-move-in', ~530 sf, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, single wide house trailer, was installed in the 70's, with improvements, maintenance and upgrades performed by the current owners during their 8-year stay. Heat is provided by a kerosene fueled, forced air furnace. Hot water is produced by a 30-gallon electric hot water heater. An approximately 50' deep, drilled well supplies an inexhaustible source of clean, fresh water via a submersible pump (tested at 10+ gallons/minute). The well head and pressure tank are in a separate 'well house' in the side yard. A steel roof, another desirable north country attribute, quickly sheds snow on the warmer days of winter. A large (12' x 20') screened porch with lights and ceiling fan extends your time spent outdoors when seasonal insects are in the air! The 8' x 8' shed is handy for storage of tools and yard equipment. A bonfire pit in the side yard is icing on the cake for those looking to make s'mores, stay warm on cool mountain nights and tell tales around the camp fire! A thorough list of improvements, maintenance and repairs is included in this listing under Disclosures.
This lot is part of "Allen McMullen Lands and Lots, Number Four, NY, surveyed and mapped by Royal B. Smith of Lowville, NY". The McMullen subdivision was created in the 1920's and McMullen Road (33' wide) was laid out on said map as the private access road to lot owners within the subdivision. There is no formal arrangement between owners for road plowing and maintenance. A copy of the survey map is included in this listing under Disclosures.
Within the Adirondack State Park and not far from 'downtown' Number Four, you'll find the main attraction here without a doubt, is the crisp, clean air, vast green forests, abundant wildlife, starlit nights and water in every form you can imagine. If you like to hike, canoe, kayak, swim, snowshoe, hunt, trap, fish (all year 'round), ride ATV's, snow sleds, or horses, or just enjoy the solitude, sights, sounds and fragrance of the great outdoors, you'll find it here, or near Number Four.
The Smith Road, 1.5 miles to the west, is the local gateway to the 76,000-acre Independence River State Forest. The trail to Panther Pond, and the River itself begin at the roads end. A 9-mile journey to the east reveals Stillwater Reservoir and all the splendor of a huge body of water in the western foothills of the Adirondacks. Stillwater and Number Four Roads are both plowed snowmobile roads with nearby access to Snowmobile Trails C8, which takes you to northern Adirondack destinations and C7B, which will take you to Old Forge and the Tug Hill Plateau. The Otter Creek Horse Trails are just a 15-minute drive to the west. And just around the corner to the north, follow the Beaver River Flow, a popular destination for anglers, canoeists and whitewater kayakers alike. Grocery, hardware and department stores, as well as the Lewis County Hospital, are just 20 minutes away in Lowville.
If you and your family love the great outdoors, imagine having access to so many recreational opportunities, at or near the place you call home!