‘Equestrian retreat,’ with farmhouse dating to 1785, strikes the marketplace

‘Equestrian retreat,’ with farmhouse dating to 1785, strikes the marketplace

A 150-acre “equestrian retreat” that had been founded from the farmhouse integrated 1785 has to enter the market for $995,000.

The home is found at 192 Southern path, Parsonsfield, in York County from the Maine/New Hampshire edge.

Referred to as Old Pease-Elisha Piper Farm, the property had been expanded by its present owners and upgraded to a first-class equestrian retreat, in line with the listing.

The retreat is made of a 4,000-square-foot two-story Georgian-style home, indoor/outdoor cycling arenas, five paddocks and a three-story barn, along side available meadows, conserved woodland land and ponds which can be house to a wildlife habitat that is diverse. The boundary that is northern the 8,600-acre Leavitt Plantation keep, which can be handled as being a sustainable performing forest and it has significantly more than 80 kilometers of leisure tracks.

The 1785 farmhouse continues to have a lot of its initial features, including five fireplaces that are working. All systems have now been upgraded therefore the ell was renovated with an available living room, big kitchen area, family area and room with half shower. The connected carriage home is regarded as the opportunity for the collector or musician studio.

The stand-alone barn is with in good shape and has now extra horse stalls and amenities.

Less “frosty” location

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In accordance with a history from the listing, Elisha Piper ended up being a farmer from Wakefield, N.H., whom desired a less that is“frosty for a farm, with what ended up being then called “Parsontown.”


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