The property is entirely wooded and is lined with a thick border of Norway Spruce trees along the majority of the road frontage. Upon entering the woods, there is a lovely, four-seasons flowing stream that is a tributary to Cassadaga Creek flowing through the property parallel to the highway. A recent review by a local consultant estimates a $20-$25,000 timber value currently. The forest is comprised of maple, ash, cherry, some oak, beech, birch, hemlock and much more. The mix of cover and habitat types present here also provide excellent cover and food source for the wildlife.