The Dittmar property offers a 127-acre mixture of woodlands and agricultural field situated on a deep bend in the Chemung River at the confluence with Bentley Creek, just north of the village of Wellsburg, New York. A 51-acre agricultural field with prime soils occupies the center of the property and generates annual lease income. The field is surrounded by 67-acres of natural woodlands. Over a mile of water frontage on the Chemung River and Bentley Creek contribute additional riparian forest and associated wetlands, providing wildlife habitat and enhanced recreational value. The Chemung River is a warmwater fishery containing bass, walleye, perch (etc.) and is stocked with muskellunge. The property is situated ten minutes southeast of Elmira, New York, just one mile north of the Pennsylvania border. Direct access to the property is via a deeded right of way from the north side of Route 427 opposite Berwick Turnpike. Binghamton is approximately 45 minutes east of the property via NY 17 East. The Dittmar tract is well suited for buyers looking for prime farmland or recreational buyer looking for the perfect hunting and recreational tract.

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