While driving down the rustic country road, it is hard to imagine what awaits you. Let the paved driveway and well-manicured yard with beautiful stone walls lead you to your future home. Sitting at the top of the driveway sits a 2,184 sq. ft, four bedroom, two bath, custom-built Beaver Mountain log home. Your eyes have a hard time figuring out what to look at first: the amazing log craftsmanship, the custom stonework, or the beautiful windows. As you make your way around the house, the features don't stop… from the immaculate two-car garage, enclosed sunroom front porch that leads to an amazing wrap-around deck, the breathtaking stone chimney, and the picturesque view of the .2 acre spring-fed pond. The beauty and craftsmanship continue inside. The first floor consists of an open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen with radiant heat cherry wood floors. The floor-to-ceiling stone wood-burning fireplace becomes the focal point of the room. The kitchen has cherry cabinets, granite countertops, a commercial stove, and a center island. Completing the first floor is the main bedroom, bathroom, and family/den area. The upstairs consists of 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, pine floors with baseboard heat, and amazing views through the living room and out the windows on either side of the two-story stone fireplace. The house sits over the top of a full basement with poured concrete walls with a bilco door entrance from outside for a quiet exit on those early morning hunts. The basement houses two 275-gallon oil tanks, a high-efficiency boiler, central air handler, washer, dryer, central vacuum, and the 200 amp electric service panel and backup propane generator panel. In addition, the home has a land-line telephone, internet, and security alarm system with cameras. Moving outside, this custom log home sits on +/- 340 acres of your own private oasis. There is a well-maintained trail system providing easy access throughout the property. There are active blue stone quarries on the property that can supply added income to help offset the taxes. The property is heavily forested and consists of a nice mix of hardwoods, including cherry maple and some oak. There are also apple trees providing an additional food source for the whitetail, wild turkey, and other area wildlife. The property has been managed for hunting, with selected areas of fields cut in and planted to clover food plots, along with hand-built box blinds and multiple opportunities for tree stand and ground blind locations. Current owners have been implementing deer management practices for the last ten years. This property has been enrolled in the 480a forestry program for the last twenty years, providing substantial tax benefits as well as improving the quality of the timber and woods. There is visible timber on the property. The northern end of the property, located in Delaware County, backs up to 253 additional acres of New York Forest Preserve and gives access to 1.5 miles of river frontage on the renowned Beaverkill River. This property is located just minutes from the town of Roscoe, "Trout Town USA" has some of the best trout fishing in the northeast. This area of NYS is well known for its wildlife conservation efforts and many area attractions, including its own brewery and the famous Roscoe Diner. Whether this is your permanent home or your tranquil vacation getaway, this homestead is a must-see.