The eastern end of the property along Route 122 is level and covers roughly 34 acres consisting of 19 acres of cropland and 15 acres of hayfields. This agricultural part of the property is in corn and hay production by a local farmer through a verbal agreement with the owners. The cropland to the east of the road provides drivable access to Millers Run River. The hayfield on the west side of the road offers access to the lower slopes of the forestland.
Topography is quite variable. The steepest slopes are located at the propertys center. The areas along Keniston Hill Road and the propertys height of land are generally moderately to gently sloped. Elevation ranges from 1,400 at the height of land (located at the center of the western boundary) to 925 along Millers Run River. Aspect is primarily eastern; however northeastern and southeastern aspects exist. Views of Burke Mountain are present from the height of land and in spots along Keniston Hill Road. Old woods trails run throughout the property and a few substantial stone walls divide historic land uses.
While the property offers multiple uses (agriculture, sugarbush, recreation, forest management), several potential home sites are possible, whether off and near Route 122 or along Keniston Hill Road. Each site provides easy access and is close to electric, data and phone service. These sites also offer nice local views of the nearby hills, the valley below and Sheffield Village.