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Brick Church Forest

Brick Church Road : Malone, NY 12953

Franklin County, New York

195 Acres
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Brick Church Forest : Malone : Franklin County : New York

Farm Description

Brick Church Forest is an incredible recreational forest property that is a blanket of towering pines. The forest is within minutes of Titus Mountain Ski Center in the northern Adirondacks and is near Chasm Falls, a prominent waterfall on the Salmon River. The surrounding landscape lies just outside the Adirondack Park between the heavily-forested Owls Head Range and the gently rolling and more open Lake Titus region. This region is one of the North Country's most popular snowmobiling destinations. There are over 250 miles of well-maintained back country trails throughout Franklin County that also inter-connect with Canadian trail systems. Access to the property is gained by 735 feet of frontage along the paved Brick Church Road.

The property has exceptional internal access via a good-quality forestry road that leads through scenic pine plantations to a secluded clearing several hundred feet from Brick Church Road. From here, numerous secondary trails fan out into the property, making it easy to explore and enjoy. A rustic three-season, vintage summer cabin is set along the frontage on Brick Church Road. It has a relatively new roof, a straight roofline and charming interior wainscoting on the ceiling and walls. The cabin hasn't been used heavily in recent years and needs some work. The terrain throughout the property is well-drained, gently sloping and easy to get around. This is a highly usable property that you can enjoy for years to come.

Brick Church offers a professionally-managed forest resource with well-stocked plantations. Most of the red and white pine stands were planted from 1. There were timber stand improvements and pruning in the early 1980s and a pre-commercial thinning aimed at improving spacing and tree quality in 1991. The plantations have been managed under even-aged forestry techniques, while the mixed wood stands have been managed under an uneven-aged forestry program. The property was last thinned in 2003 and the management plan has another entry scheduled in 2019. Overall stocking is an impressive 25.8 cords per acre. Capital Timber Value is estimated to be or .

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