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Located on the side of Reed Hill, this land parcel of 14.12+/- acres is wooded with easy access from the rough-cut driveway off of the town-maintained road. The front of the land has a gentle slope, which then elevates up the mountainside. Explore, camp, or potentially build on this land while enjoying the history and the recreational opportunities offered in the local area, including Mine Kill State Park and the Schoharie Reservoir for fishing and boating. Be sure to visit the Gilboa Fossils museum where you learn more about the town's geologic history and see the world's oldest forest fossils which were found in the nearby Schoharie Creek.