Beautiful, active farmland with approximately 130 tillable acres, plus pastures, cedar grove, creek, many outbuildings, and an historic habitable house dating back to the 1800's. There is currently a farming tenant. This property has grown corn, wheat, oats, sorghum, and many other crops; land is suitable for just about anything. Vineyard farmers will want to check this out, land here is far cheaper than Frederick or Montgomery county. FULL extensive soil reports available. Pastures are beautiful, gently rolling land with outstanding views! About 30 head of cattle are currently on the property, they belong to the tenant and do not convey. Outbuildings offer a wide variety of options. The house has a long Antietem-era history, it was once known as the Jacob Miller Farm; you can find info in local history books on the property. Main level is occupied by a family member, lower level has a cellar, HVAC area, butchering room with huge fireplace, storage area. Upper 2 levels have 4 HUGE bedrooms, main level has 2 BR. Home needs work, and should qualify for grants. We are looking into that now. Property is Agriculture Protected - although steps can be taken if a buyer wanted to change this. Stream is fenced to keep cattle out, and owner is paid $780 every October for maintaining this fencing. Hunting is plentiful, and the property includes about 17-20 acres of wooded land on the side of the mountain. Anything is possible here. More info and lots of photos coming. EXCELLENT per-acre pricing! Buyers can have a comprehensive riding tour of the property with the seller on his Polaris ... dress warm! :) :) :) Seller requests Signature Settlement for closing, as they have already gathered info on this property and will be a great source for any questions the buyer may have. Metes and Bounds survey available soon. For an excellent starting point on farm lending, call Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit at 301.663.4192.
Listing courtesy of EXP Realty, LLC.