Situated in the heart of the Canisteo Valley, along the Canisteo River, sits this beautiful remodeled 3 bedroom home on a large piece of wilderness.
This premier property features over 2 miles of frontage on the Canisteo River, hundreds of acres of wooded hillsides, open fields with high-quality soils, and over 5 miles of road frontage. History lives in this land, known as the Hadley Homestead, after James Hadley, Revolutionary War Veteran and one of the first settlers in the Canisteo Valley in the late 18th century.
The completely remodeled home features a large kitchen/dining combination with plenty of counterspace and several windows highlighting the tremendous views. The home has 3 bedrooms and includes a full bathroom on each floor. There are convenient cabinets and storage throughout, including a large mud/washroom and a bonus room, finished in tongue and groove pine, great for an office/family room or additional storage.
In addition to the home, the property includes a large 105 x 26 post and beam barn, 40 x 34 pole barn, and a 32 x 16 machine shed. The house and nearly half the land sit on the north side of County Route 119. From the home, several trails lead through the woods consisting of nice sized hardwoods with areas of pine and hemlock. The other buildings sit to the south of County Route 119 with approximately 75 acres of open land and the remaining being timberland, river, and railroad. The tillable ground is comprised of Middlebury Silt and gravel soils, and is currently leased to the neighboring farmer.
A rare opportunity to own a large property in the Canisteo Valley of Steuben County. The river is easily accessible in many locations and provides a great opportunity for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and hunting. A forever home, hunting camp, farm, or country retreat are among the endless opportunities of this diverse country property.
All rights convey. Survey to be finalized soon.
Offered at $849,900. Contact Dan Heisey 607-661-0029 for more information and to schedule a private showing.