Liddle Harris Forest is a classic multiple-use property located in a private setting along the New York State Route 22 corridor in northern Washington County. The surrounding landscape is best described as a series of prominent mountains and upland ridges, nestled between scenic Lake George to the west and 130-mile-long Lake Champlain to the east. The property lies in a quiet wooded setting situated within a larger mosaic of private forest lands, state forest preserve lands and smaller private ownerships.
NY Route 22 is located less than 2 miles to the east and serves as the major north-south corridor within the region, connecting the nearby neighborhood with the communities of Ticonderoga (15 miles to north) and Whitehall (13 miles). Both of these villages offer gas and grocery stops, community health centers and numerous dining and food shopping options.
The property has 2,600 feet of paved, four-season road frontage along Liddle Harris Road, a town-maintained artery that loops back to State Route 22. The best location for future driveway access is situated at the northeast corner of the property.
The property’s attractive hardwood and hemlock forests and hilltop terrain make it a classic recreational retreat property with a nice long-term woodlot component. Site highlights include classic granite stone walls, nice forest aesthetics, beautiful rock outcroppings and a small wildlife marsh.