The gem of this North Country property is the placid 285’ of frontage on the Island Branch of the Oswegatchie River. Rolling terrain, entirely wooded with hardwoods and conifers and exposed bedrock outcrops are characteristics of the land above the river’s edge. Predominate tree species include; red and white oak, bitternut hickory, sugar and red maple, basswood, black cherry, hemlock, white pine and white cedar, an inviting mix to a wide range of birds and mammals. Wildlife sign is abundant, with whitetail deer being the most prevalent. Woodcock, turkey and snowshoe rabbit are other game species one might expect to see. Walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike and panfish are common warm water species found in the slower moving waters, while brown and brook trout might be found in, the rapid portions of the stream. Hunting, fishing, camping, boating, and swimming are a few of the many activities to enjoy, on or near this picturesque waterfront property. Electric and communication utilities are available roadside. Percolation tests were performed on the parcel by a Licensed Engineer in 2004. Property is subject to protective covenants, as described in the Warranty Deed.