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By John Tucker

New York Landquest property in Arkport is a true paradise of 10 ponds, open fields, timberland

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This 195 acres is a spectacular recreational property with ponds, stream, fields and timberland in Arkport NY.

An impressive property with a prime location situated just outside the Village of Arkport in Steuben County with electric and high-speed internet available. Enjoy the privacy provided by 4,300 feet of frontage along the paved road with two existing driveways leading onto the property. Just off the road is a level two acre clearing that would make an excellent building site overlooking the ponds. From the clearing, existing trails provide quality access around the ponds and throughout the property.

A rare opportunity to own a property that features ten ponds varying in shape and size. The ponds were designed with the assistance of the DEC and stocked with a variety of fish. All the ponds are easily accessed and located near one another. The remaining land includes open fields, planted conifers, brush, and timberland. Two fields total 30 acres of open ground and provide quality views of the valley below. A third field consists of 20 acres planted in a mixed variety of conifers. A small stream flows through the block of hardwoods in the back of property consisting of maple, oak, and hemlock. At one time, the property was home to a Bison farm and remnants of a tall, woven wire fence can still be found.

Envision the endless opportunities this property provides and establish a venue, campground, farm, or homestead of your own. A great hunting property with quality habitat and an abundance of agriculture in the area. Conveniently located 5 minutes north of Hornell, and only 1 hour south of Rochester. All oil, gas, mineral, and timber rights will transfer to the new owner.

$589,900. Contact Dan Heisey 607-661-0029 for more information. https://nylandquest.com/property/lq99112/

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