Pine Knoll 42 Adirondack Acres With Pretty View for $59k

Imagine yourself on this 42-acre parcel of land in the Adirondacks, on one of the prettiest building sites you'll find. The property is a high knoll with beautifully spaced white pine and a beautiful view that looks south at the Debar Mountain. This 42-acre property is perfect for a rustic cabin building, that could be built with the red pine logs that grow throughout the Adirondack property. Several trails go through the 42-acre property for hiking or cross country skiing.

The gorgeous property features acreage on both sides of a snowmobile/ATV trail that leads south to the beautiful Saranac Lake Region and thousands of acres of state land and easement lands, with plenty of opportunities for fishing, hunting, and exploring. The property is close to the property is the Owls Head Mountain that has a trail to the open summit with panoramic views of the Adirondacks to the south. The Mountain View Indian Lakes is minutes away and offers boating and great bass and pike fishing.

The Adirondack region is located in Upstate New York and is one of the most beautiful regions you'll find in the state. The Adirondack Mountains are located in northeastern New York State, spread out from the St. Lawrence River valley to the Mohawk River valley. The Adirondack Park in the area has a circular range of about 160 miles in diameter. The Adirondacks includes the towns and villages such as Lake Placid, Plattsburgh, Lake George, Saranac Lake, Lake Luzerne, Glens Falls, and Warrensburg. The Adirondacks is 225 miles from New York City, 190 miles from Syracuse and 122 miles from Albany.

The Adirondacks is one of the remaining places in the United States where there are four distinct seasons. The summers are warm but enjoyable with temperatures in the 70s-80s range. The winter months are cold but great for people who enjoy winter sports, with average temperatures in the area being in the 20s-30s range. The fall and spring months are comfortable seasons with average temperatures being in the 50s-70s range. Precipitation is heavy in the Adirondack region. This area of the country is known for its rain in the spring and the summer months and snow in winter months.

The Adirondacks are an area of unspoiled beauty with six million acres of mountains, waterways, and forests, most of the land being protected as a public forest preserve lands or by a conservation easement. If you stand on the shore of a pond or a mountaintop, it looks just as it would have two hundred years ago. The Adirondacks have hundreds of miles of trails and waterways that take you into some of the wildest backcountry in the eastern states. The Adirondacks are a land of indescribable beauty where the moods of this area change with the seasons. There are lonely stretches of black spruce and tamarack bog similar to those found in Northern Canada, and then suddenly the land rises into an upland maple that glows with bright oranges and reds in late September.

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