This home is a rambling ranch style, former "hunting cabin" where each successive owner added a little here and a little more there, etc. Irregular ceiling heights and a very open plan make it an interesting home. PHOTOS OF THE HOME WILL BE ADDED SOON, SO CHECK BACK, PLEASE. A very large deck wraps around two sides of the house (North and East sides). There is a charming little 12' x 24' log cabin w/sleeping loft furnished traditionally, off the grid completely, and hidden behind a small grove of evergreens on the property (Miss Kiva's Cabin). Five ponds and a small stream are found on the 120 acre property, classified by the DEC as "wetlands." All manner of wildlife has been spotted on this property, plus there is a working alpaca farm with approximately 50 alpacas residing here, five horses, four donkeys, three pygmy goats and four Great Pyrenees guard dogs live with the alpacas. A few small barns service the farm surrounding the primary, main, two-story barn (36 x 55). There are about four miles of trails, open field, deciduous and evergreen forests and over a mile and a half of road frontage. The property is only 22 miles from Corning (the 3rd most popular tourist attraction in NY). The separate garage has a work/tool shop, and 2/3rds is presently being built in as an art studio. There is also a large 33' x 55' red metal saw mill building on the opposite side of the road from the house. Incredible views and a lovely lay of the land are this properties strong suits. Idyllic, peaceful, spiritual...a divine retreat location (home to a 501-c-3 non profit spiritual retreat for people in crisis known as The Kiva Connection).