Just under 38 acres of mostly level land with over ½ mile of river frontage on the Peshekee River. County Road 607, the Peshekee Grade, is the boundary on the East side of acreage. This is a paved year round County Road. The Peshekee River is the boundary on the West side. About 2/3 of the land is level high ground and features planted red pines. The South 1/3 of the acreage is somewhat of an open marsh area that is fed by the river and makes a really neat wildlife habitat. I’ve seen moose standing in this area cooling off in the summer. There is a solid access road in the middle of the acreage running to the river frontage and a nice potential building or camp site. The Peshekee River has a steady flow to it with a rocky bottom and dark tannin color. Fishing is good for multiple species and the river is deep enough to canoe or kayak. No neighbors can be seen from this parcel and rugged wilderness acreage surrounds it. The McCormick Wilderness Tract is just up the road and several nice inland lakes provide great recreation in the immediate area.