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NY Landquest For Sale: Home with pond is surrounded by 20 wooded acres in Dansville NY

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Only 3 miles to Stoney Brook State Park, less than 5 miles to Loon Lake

Situated off a gravel road in northern Steuben County is this private country retreat located near Stony Brook State Park. Take the private drive leading 1,700 ft. back through the woods to this seasonal home overlooking a spring-fed pond stocked with fish. There is a large parking area near the home with steps leading to a large, multi-level deck wrapping around the front of the home.

Enter the home into the cozy living room with vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning stove. The main level has a full bathroom, a bedroom, and a second living area. The eat-in kitchen is spacious with a custom tile countertop and a door leading out to the deck overlooking the pond. The main bedroom is upstairs with beautiful tongue and groove pine that can be found throughout the home. Attached to the home is large room for storage.

Escape to this very private setting surrounded by timberland with trails throughout the property for hiking, hunting, and exploring. The timberland features some large marketable trees including red oak, white oak, and hemlock with some areas of planted pines. An electric line easement runs through the high point of the property and offers views of distant hills. There is reclaimed gravel pit with some piled gravel remaining that will be left for the new owners to utilize on the driveway.

A great location situated 45 miles south of Rochester, 3 miles to Stony Brook State Park, and less than 5 miles to Loon Lake. All rights will convey to the new owner and an existing survey will be provided. Currently used as a seasonal retreat, this could be a year-round home. The property is being sold AS-IS.

$179,900. Contact Dan Heisey 607-661-0029 for more information. https://nylandquest.com/property/lq101055/

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