Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


NY Southern Tier.

Messages posted to thread:
nybubba 13-May-18
charley 13-May-18
Liquid Tension 13-May-18
George D. Stout 13-May-18
Liquid Tension 13-May-18
buster v davenport 13-May-18
nybubba 13-May-18
nybubba 13-May-18
nybubba 13-May-18
BOWDAWG 13-May-18
smj8322 17-May-18
smj8322 17-May-18
From: nybubba
Date: 13-May-18




Hey y'all, need some advise from any southern tier/northern PA folks. I'm looking into buying some property around Allegany for a cabin. Any areas to keep away from or avoid? Other tidbits of advice? I'm looking for 20+ acres with some fishing water on or bordering it. If you have more than general advice to offer pm me and I'll shoot you my email or phone number. nybubba

From: charley
Date: 13-May-18




County or park?

From: Liquid Tension
Date: 13-May-18




Alleghany county has horrible taxes don’t ask how I know. I believe Steuben county isn’t quite as bad though still terrible.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 13-May-18




Check out Potter County real estate in Pa. Taxes are very reasonable and it's a big county with few people.

From: Liquid Tension
Date: 13-May-18




Couldn’t agree with George more go Potter county. I’m in Wellsville & the taxes are ridiculous & keep going up. Also imho not as many idiots in PA as opposed to NY.

From: buster v davenport
Date: 13-May-18




Check out www.landsofamerica.com steuben co ny. bvd

From: nybubba
Date: 13-May-18




I will check it out, but people seem to be more proud of their property in PA. They want a bit more per acre it seems. Checked out some property in Portville yesterday, too close to the river, flood plain. I'm not in a big hurry, I'll be making some trips next few weeks.

From: nybubba
Date: 13-May-18




I will check it out, but people seem to be more proud of their property in PA. They want a bit more per acre it seems. Checked out some property in Portville yesterday, too close to the river, flood plain. I'm not in a big hurry, I'll be making some trips next few weeks.

From: nybubba
Date: 13-May-18




I wanted to keep it within 2 hrs of Angola, (where I live). But if something magical in potter CO turns up, extra half hour drive might be worth it. nybubba

From: BOWDAWG
Date: 13-May-18




I live in Allegany co as well Fillmore to be exact, and yes the taxes keep going up but so does the rest of the state. You live here you know, we just bought a beautiful cabin near state land only 18 miles from me I’d say keep your dream land purchase close to where you live. Otherwise its too long of a drive to build the cabin, work on upkeep,and even hunt. I don’t know how these guys ever hunt when they have to drive 2-3 hours to hunt. Just my experience

From: smj8322
Date: 17-May-18




Go a few miles farther south and get your self away from those NY taxes. mckeanmls.com is a good place to check for property across the state line in PA.

From: smj8322
Date: 17-May-18




You just have to beat the Amish to it as they are buying up land around here from what I hear.





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