· 40x80’ hay barn
· 32x70’ high tunnel, 10x8’ propagation house and 3x8 germination box
· 10x12’ farm stand by the road
· 36x60’ post and beam home, shop and garage
· 36x36’ shop and garage/woodshed
Existing housing could be included with the property, and the conservation easement allows for new housing to be built, see details below. The sellers could retain the existing house with 100 acres.
Possible Lease and Purchase Options and Pricing
Scenario 1. Lease of the organic veggie farm (non-certified) for the 2020 season and beyond at $500/month, housing provided at $400/month in neighboring farmstead. Owners continue to live in 36x60’ farmhouse. Option to buy under any one of the following scenarios.
Scenario 2. Lease of organic veggie farm, as in scenario 1 with option to apply lease-to-purchase of 600 acres of conserved land with 1.5-acre building site that was excluded from the conservation easement $629,000.
Scenario 3. Lease of organic veggie farm as above, with option to apply lease to buy 36x60’ farmhouse, 36x36’ shop and garage, high tunnel, propagation house and farm stand and 100 acres for $575,000.
Scenario 4. Purchase of 600 acres of conserved land with 1.5-acre building site $629,000.
Scenario 5. Outright purchase of 600 acres of conserved land with 40x80’ hay barn, 1.5-acre building site, 2 miles of Clyde River and organic farm with infrastructure, house and shop $995,000.
Other options for lease or sale are also available.
For more information about the property, farm operation, and scenarios, contact Bill Manning at [email protected] or 609-865-3627. Serious buyers may request more specific information about the current farm business.
For more information about the conservation restrictions on the property, contact VLT’s Dan Kilborn at [email protected] or 802-745-6303.