This spit of deep water is looking for a new scalawag at its top.
About three and a half hours from the boroughs, three parcels of land roughly the size of 38 football fields have been listed for less than many Manhattan studio apartments.
Located in suburban Walton Village, New York, in the western Catskills, the property – known as Sheffield Pond – has two themed bars, a 6-acre pond, a pirate ship and a $650,000-plus mansion .
Its total area is about 50 acres.
“It’s basically a floating dock with three electric motors,” explained stockbroker Steve Jewett List With Rob Peterson of both Jewett and Jewett Firms.
“It uses a huge amount of foam.”
The seaworthy condition was constructed by the current owner of the complex, Kelly Bartosh, a retired contractor and horror enthusiast.
“I used to do a big Halloween show all the time for the kids in the area,” the former construction company owner told The Post.
As part of Jewett Agents’ marketing campaign to sell the property, they partook in the tradition of entertaining, hosting a large open house party the previous month, during which about half the guests went overboard.
In addition to the water and its ocean liner, West Street Land has a tiki bar, outdoor kitchen, and two bathrooms, as well as an indoor “horror” bar in the main house and three adjacent bedrooms, a guest cabin, and a separate two camper hookups, one Camper area with full bath, workshop and laundry.
Notably, although there are three full-size refrigerators on the property, there is currently no real indoor kitchen.
Other highlights include the fact that the Tiki Lounge’s 7-foot-wide bar is from a Roscoe, New York hardware store and dates back to the 1850s; Every night in autumn, flocks of up to 300 geese will circle the habitat and descend into its waters; And the pond’s underground aquifer leaks on a random property in Staten Island.
The end of the listing states, “This property has many possibilities such as a glamping/camping resort, RV campground, bar/restaurant or the space to create your dream home on the lake.” “the possibilities are endless.”