MLS® ID: PAFL160270
8834 LEMAR ROAD
GREENCASTLE, Pennsylvania, 17225 $234,900
This unique property offers a variety of uses. The total acreage equals 5.51-acres and is broken down as follows... One 0.80-acre building lot, One 0.92-acre building lot and a 3.79-acre lot. The 3.79-acre building lot is currently used as a small farmette and includes a historic bank barn with stone and wood construction, a chicken barn, horse stable and utility shed. The bank barn is in good condition and includes multiple roll-up doors approximately 10 feet in height to access the upper level. The lower level has been improved and could be used to house livestock, storage or other uses. The bank barn measures approximately 40x80 and includes water and electric.The horse stable measures 20x24 and includes 1 full stall plus an additional run-in. The hay loft can store approximately 120 bails of hay. This barn includes a small tack room, storage space, water and electric and updated metal roofing with a cement board exterior.The chicken house offers water, electric, updated metal roofing, measures 10x20, block construction and houses the electric system for the buildings.The pump house includes the well, with pressure tank, UV filter and whole system cartridge filtration. The property contains 2 fenced pastures equaling 1.5-acres and 0.60-acres, a 70x140 riding ring, and a 0.10-acre fenced paddock adjacent to the horse stable. Fencing is four hemlock fencing on 5 or 6 inch diameter posts, painted black with one rear fence line being electrified with high-tensile fencing. Each fenced area has access to a Ritchie automatic waterer for convenience. The front pasture has a drainage tile and sod waterway in pasture to eliminate erosion. The sod waterway meets USDA requirements based on consulting from Franklin County Extension Office. Engineering drawings and plans are available for the installed system.The remaining adjacent acreage includes two building lots that are engineered, subdivided and ready to build on. These two lots have access to public water & sewer. An entry culvert across the stream has already been added for ease of access.The building lots offer the opportunity to construct a new home adjacent to the existing farm structures and acreage. Use one lot for housing and one lot for a garage with apartment above it to generate passive income or living arrangements for farm help.