Real Estate Marketing Firm of Lewis County - Adirondacks - Tug Hill Region
0 Gallo Trail Road
West Leyden, NY 13489
$1,599,000
S1264715
43.60550000, -75.69920000

Osceola

Active

None

$9,274

2018.70 acres

None

None

1966

Pier and Beam

Metal

Wood

Camden

Over 2,000 acres of Recreational Forest Land with seasonal camp, stocked bass pond, 4.5 miles of interior roads, 2 trout streams, and 15 food plots under Forest Management Program 480-a For Sale! This large, versatile recreational property located on the Tug Hill Plateau has been the Gallo Family Retreat for over half a century. The camp, built on piers, is ~1,000 square feet in size, has a gable, steel covered roof, stained clapboard wood siding, is insulated and wired for a generator (one comes with purchase). The field-stone fireplace is the camps main source of heat. A 13-foot deep, dug well holds the “Best Tasting Water in NYS” (according to Art Gallo). A pitcher pump near the kitchen sink draws water from the well for domestic use. A 1,000-gallon, plastic septic tank, with leach field was installed in 2008. A 20’ by 20’ pole barn was erected for storage and maintenance of equipment, recreational vehicles and accessories. The seasonal main road from the first gate to the property is maintained by the Gallo family. The general public is not allowed to use any portion of this road. A great recreational and timber investment property! Some immediate cash flow scheduled harvests.
From Osceola travel north on the North Osceola ~5.0 miles. At the sharp left turn in the road proceed right to the gate where the private road to the property begins. From the first gate to the camp on the property it is ~2.75 miles.
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Over 2,000 acres of Recreational Forest Land with seasonal camp, stocked bass pond, 4.5 miles of interior roads, 2 trout streams, and 15 food plots under Forest Management Program 480-a For Sale! This large, versatile recreational property located on the Tug Hill Plateau has been the Gallo Family Retreat for over half a century. The camp, built on piers, is ~1,000 square feet in size, has a gable, steel covered roof, stained clapboard wood siding, is insulated and wired for a generator (one comes with purchase). The field-stone fireplace is the camps main source of heat. A 13-foot deep, dug well holds the “Best Tasting Water in NYS” (according to Art Gallo). A pitcher pump near the kitchen sink draws water from the well for domestic use. A 1,000-gallon, plastic septic tank, with leach field was installed in 2008. A 20’ by 20’ pole barn was erected for storage and maintenance of equipment, recreational vehicles and accessories. The seasonal main road from the first gate to the property is maintained by the Gallo family. The general public is not allowed to use any portion of this road. A great recreational and timber investment property! Some immediate cash flow scheduled harvests.
From Osceola travel north on the North Osceola ~5.0 miles. At the sharp left turn in the road proceed right to the gate where the private road to the property begins. From the first gate to the camp on the property it is ~2.75 miles.
Listing courtesy of Timberland Realty