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$329,000 104 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 2750 sqft
701 County Rt. 127, Woodhull, NY 14898 - Steuben County

104 acres Woodhull, NY

The country property that you've been dreaming of! Home features a fabulous custom-built Amish kitchen that is any baker's dream! New carpet, fresh paint and 2 car garage, barn, sugar shack and greenhouse. Kitchen & greenhouse have radiant heat floors. An exceptional, must see property! Taxes to be determined, current taxes/assessment based on larger parcel, will be subdivided upon purchase. Approximately 160 additional acres are also available for purchase. This home is part of the 100% money back guarantee program, certain terms & conditions apply.
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$175,000 76.5 acres
0 County Route 101, Woodhull, NY 14898 - Steuben County

76.5 acres Woodhull, NY

76.5 Acres could be hunting and possible development. Property consists of approximately 50% wooded & 50% clear. Mineral rights are negotiable with acceptable offer.
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$125,000 48 acres
6216 BLACK ASH RD., Woodhull, NY 14898 - Steuben County

48 acres Woodhull, NY

Outdoor recreational paradise! 48 acre secluded parcel with a 500 sq. foot, 2 bedroom cabin that sleeps 4. Great wildlife, recreation & privacy. Cabin will convey furnished, as is, where is. Land has been successfully hunted for 25 years by current owner. All OGMT rights to convey. ***Motivated Seller says bring all offers*** Also includes additional 2 parcels 365.000-001-027.10000, 365.00-01-27.200 to make the 48 /- acres
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$110,000 52 acres
3538 Olmstead Road, Woodhull, NY 14898 - Steuben County

52 acres Woodhull, NY

Great Opportunity to have your Hunting land for the colder months plus 4 wheeling and your own 10 acre pond for the summer that you will own over 50% of. Several privately owned cottages around the pond and a deeded roadway going halfway around with shared maintenance. Known as Hulberts Pond. 50 ft wide common area access on the north side Original house was torn down with well capped off, great building site with a great view of the pond and a view down the southwest valley.