Nice photos from an Amish home in St. Lawrence County, New York. These photos were taken sometime in autumn as you can see by the produce and pumpkins visible in some of the photos.
The property description. It turns out they know how to grow those pumpkins:
Hit the ground running with this well established and profitable Amish produce farm. The owners have sold nearly 3,000 pumpkins this year! They sold over 240 dozen ears of corn by mid-day the first day they had it available. Plenty of other products locals are accustomed to buying at the roadside stand.
So you are buying a produce business as well. More:
This property features a 5 bedroom main farmhouse, 2 bedroom guesthouse, large horse and hay barn, two metal workshop or storage buildings, two greenhouses, and a pond, all situated on approximately 55 acres. The main farmhouse floor features a first floor bedroom, large kitchen area with pantry, as well as a livingroom. The second floor consists of 4 additional bedrooms. The full, walkout basement has plenty of room for storage or can be finished. The home is heated by a woodburning oven and a woodstove, both available to purchase if the buyer is interested. The guesthouse has a single living area with kitchen set up, and 2 bedrooms, heated by a woodburning oven. Keep both houses off grid, or hook them up to electricity, cable, internet, and natural gas all available at the road.
“Guesthouse” might be a dawdihaus, a home for grandparents on the same property or attached to the main home.
Relax in the well shaded yard and grab a snack from the apple trees and grapevines. The large, high ceiling animal barn is set up in horse stalls with ample storage above for hay, as well as a silo for grain storage. The two smaller metal sided sheds are open spaces inside ready to be used for storage, a workshop, or whatever you may need. The greenhouses are ready to extend your growing season. The man made pond is 25 feet deep and has held water even in dry years.
Buyers can opt to purchase the irrigation system that is hooked into the pond that waters the several produce fields full of corn, beans, cucumbers, berries, lettuce, kale, beets, peas, pumpkins, and more. Pasture and hay fields round out the 30 tillable acres, with another 20 acres of wooded land for firewood harvesting. Don’t miss out on this opportunity at self-sufficiency with the ability to make some profit as well. Sellers are willing to parcel out the property for the right buyers. No showings on Sundays.
Let’s have a look at the home.
Living room. Lot of interesting details here. Baby crib, oil lamps, battery. The flooring has a very plain appearance, looks like painted wood.
These photos appear to be the main home’s kitchen.
And these from the second house.
Bedrooms. Looks like a toy windmill here.
The main home is listed as having five of them, and the “guesthouse” has two.
Some with very sparse decor, others not so much.
In the basement we can see the cucumber and zucchini have been coming in strong.
Some Lancaster-style scooters though this is not a Lancaster County-related community.
Inside their storage barn.
Aerial view showing the land. Looks like quite a nice property overall. It is a 1,725-square-foot home on 55 acres of land. What’s the price?
It’s on the market for $235,000 (agent: Jonathon Matthis of Nikki Coates & Associates).
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