This amazing parcel with over 95 acres has it all. There is a large section of wooded trees as well as a large portion of cleared tillable land. The northern most section of the property abuts the Black River Preserve and shares many of the same plants and animals. The Preserve has 120 acres of heavily rolling southern mesic and southern floodplain forest with pockets of wet meadow and fallow upland fields that were once farmed. The property contains significant nesting and breeding habitat for a variety of waterfowl and waterbirds. Tributary ravines provide habitat for Louisiana Waterthrush and Hooded Warblers, and southern floodplain and mesic forest provides breeding and foraging habitat for prothonotary warblers, wood ducks, American woodcock and green herons, among other species Current use is Agricultural,Hunting,Recreational.