3.15 acres of valley view conservation easement protected recreational land with Ridgefield Avenue access to the 377 acre Leon Levy Preserve hiking trails, adjacent to the 31 acre Gossett Conservation Area and in the vicinity of the 4,315 acre Ward Pound Ridge Reservation park. An outstanding opportunity for nature enthusiasts, hikers, non-profits, youth programs, conservation learning centers, schools, neighborhood property owners, investors, hunters, trappers and conservationists alike. The owner under the conservation easement reserves all rights with respect to the property, including, without limitation, the right to control access to the property; the right to sell, transfer, rent, lease, grant access to or mortgage the property, and the right to engage in or permit others to engage in all uses of the property. In general, the property shall not be used for residential or commercial purposes except that use of the property by a not-for-profit conservation organization or public entity for their conservation purposes or incidental commercial purposes shall not be deemed commercial. The land is available for all normal and permitted conservation sensitive uses (for example, creating walking trails for private or public use, camping, nature study, hunting, land buffering, etc.) and with existing negotiated approval, an owner is permitted to construct a pervious driveway and three car parking area for private/public access the property. Recreational structures are permitted and are non-habitable structures used for recreational activities and for viewing wildlife and habitat including, but not limited to, directional signs, trail markers, deer stands, deer enclosures, benches, bog bridges, boardwalks, footpaths, and culverts, or other similar structures. Temporary structures as described in the easement may be constructed and maintained with consent including portable farm stands, some types of chicken coops and run-in shelters for livestock.