The property we bought used to be part of an old homestead. The part we own wasn't developed in any way, but I've found the old house foundation and some fruit trees a ways away. The fruit trees are way too tall to pick now, unfortunately.
There are old fruit trees all over the place in my area from old orchards, but most of the homesteads are gone and built over.
There's one homestead that's got a popular walking trail through it, and lots of people collect fruit from the orchard there. There are three kinds of plums, two kinds of grapes, blackberries, raspberries, apricots, lots of apples and pears, walnuts, butternuts, asparagus, garlic, comfrey.
The garlic has spread through a whole field. Some of my garlic comes from bulbils from there. It's delicious, but I can't eat it because I can't stand the smell on my skin afterwards :(
Anne makes a good point about wiping out plants. Since comfrey isn't endangered, I don't feel bad about having dug some up, though. 😁