8.62 acres on blue line shores of Black River-Kayuta Lake !
Extensive access to Water! Forestport, New York     $29,900
Pristine Tug Hill and Adirondack Land For Sale
Town of Forestport, Oneida County, New York
























Access:
Access would be by boat. There are public boat launches on Kayuta Lake as well as a
launch area at a local campground for a fee.

Property Description:
Exceptional 8.62 acre Black River/Kayuta Lake property with towering hardwoods and
evergreens. This pristine tract boasts over 700 feet along the blue line along the navigable
sandy northern shores of the headwaters of Kayuta Lake. At this time access is by boat. The
owner owns both sides of the water and will consider allowing a parking area and easement
so that you would only have a short boat ride across the water to gain access to this
exceptional property .Shown maps for general location and layout purposes.

Recreational Amenities:
Ideally located at the edge of the forever wild Adirondacks with tens of thousands of acres of
state lands, lakes and rivers open to you 365 days a year to pursue your favorite outdoors
activity. The lot has direct access to pristine Kayuta Lake/Black River. Canoe, kayak, swim,
fish and boat. Excellent camp locations with beautiful views of the water.

Utilities:
This tract is off the grid. Electric would be by alternative green energy sources or generator
system.

Real Estate Taxes:

The total annual taxes are estimated to be approximately $723 per year

Payment and Payment Terms:

The owner of the property prefers to be paid in full for the property at closing.
Tug Hill..Adirondacks..Waterfront..State Land..Beaver Ponds..Cabins
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