404 acres of recreational forestland in the Adirondack Park near Lake Placid and the High Peaks. Abuts over 13,000 acres of Forest Preserve to explore, hike, hunt and camp. Zoning is Forestry Residential and Resource Management. Potential for a glamping or horseback riding business. Electric service is ~ 2000 feet from gate on Little Tor Road, a year-round, town-maintained, gravel road. Property is situated at the end of the road. Big Brown Brook is the dominant water feature. 5,900 feet of perennial brook, with cascades and pools. Adjacent, smaller, perennial stream is an added virtue. ~2 ac meadow an ideal site for home or cabin with views of the Wilmington Mountain Range. Currently 2 structures in the meadow (old farm house and outbuilding), and log cabin in the woods. All three are in poor condition and may not be salvageable. The owner is unaware of the private water or septic characteristics at each site. Enrolled in NYS Section 480a of the Forest Tax Law, for a reduced assessment and taxes in return for a commitment to long-term forest management. No harvesting since 2016. Activity prior to that time is unknown. Forestry management plan provided upon request.