50 acres of former agricultural land that is now in various stages from goldenrod through brush and young forest. This transitional area is providing abundant food and cover for both game and non-game species alike. The balance of the property is mostly forested with mixtures of both hardwoods like maple, ash, cherry, beech and oak and softwoods such as white pine and hemlock, all of which are providing significant food and cover for the resident wildlife. more than 3,000 feet of frontage it has on Culver Creek. This beautiful, four-seasons flowing stream comprises the entire northeast boundary of the property.