For sale are six individually offered, incredible riverfront parcels along the beautiful West Branch of the Oswegatchie River. The parcel's river frontage provides an entire suite of river attributes - frothy, cascading falls, plunging pools, shimmering ripples, high granite outcroppings, placid flat water – there's a little bit of everything along this stunning river frontage.
Each parcel also offers various private building sites along the river with no nearby roads, houses, or noise.
The parcels are located in the towns of Fowler, Pitcairn and Edwards, St. Lawrence County, New York. This location is at the foothills of the northwestern Adirondacks along the West Branch of the Oswegatchie River. The West Branch is a major tributary of the Oswegatchie, which flows into the main branch near the hamlet of Talcville. The nearby village of Harrisville (population 670) is a rural community along the Oswegatchie River with a full suite of amenities.
St. Lawrence County is the largest in New York State and is home to the St. Lawrence International Seaway, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic. Gouverneur (population 3,949) is an 11-mile drive to the northwest along the Route 58 corridor, while Canton is a 45-minute drive to the north. Syracuse and Rochester/Albany lie within a two and three-hour drive.
The land has +/-2,045' of frontage on Stone Road. This road is town-maintained up to the Property's southern boundary and seasonally maintained beyond this point. Electric power exists at the southern boundary along the road frontage. Two individual private roads provide internal access to the river frontage. The southern access road runs due east +/-1,300' along level terrain to the river's edge. The second access road creates the northern boundary of the Parcel and runs +/-2,500' in an easterly direction along level terrain to another location along the river frontage.
The land offers nearly 3,500' of river frontage creating the Property's eastern boundary. The two internal access roads provide a good base for a future driveway and building site along the river frontage. The river's shoreline is well drained with a small to modest bluff depending on location, with the river running steady and deep along its entire frontage. The land's terrain is level with sandy, well-drained soils. The recently harvested timber resulted in areas with thick, younger new growth, plus other areas where the overstory was partially harvested, leaving a scattered white pine overstory.
The recently harvested timber resulted in areas with thick, younger new growth, plus other areas where the overstory was partially harvested, leaving a scattered white pine overstory.