‘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. متابعة قراءة “‘Equestrian retreat,’ with farmhouse dating to 1785, strikes the marketplace”