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Totten Farm

Henniker

$595,000

FARM DETAILS:

 

37’ x 57’ 3-Story Antique Barn

 

  • Built late 1700’s

  • Metal roof

  • Post & beam with granite block foundation & granite posts

  • Underwent structural restoration in 2014

  • Electricity

  • Loft hay storage

  • Grain room

  • Tack area

  • Workshop

  • More suited currently towards sheep, goats, cows, and chickens, but could be retrofitted for horses

  • Open basement for equipment storage

  • Currently no water at barn but could be brought back

 

Run-In Sheds

 

  • 2- 12’ x 24’ Sheds

  • Built in 2013

  • Frost-free hydrant, large trough & electricity at each one

  • Rubber stall mats

  • Water bucket holders

  • Metal roofs, wood frame construction on piers

  • Each shed is in a 130’ x 253’ paddock (wow!) with direct access to nice pasture but can be closed when needed, like to contain horses for vet/farrier appointments!

 

70’ x 200’ Dressage Arena

 

  • Sand footing, great drainage

  • Frost free hydrant located at end

 

The Land

 

  • 25 Acres (about 7 acres in open field)

  • Split-rail fencing around pastures, house & barns

  • About a 3-acre portion of land towards the front & antique barn is a combination split rail & no climb for dogs, sheep, goats, etc.

  • Walking trails around property

  • Apple & pear trees

  • Stunning stone walls

  • Plenty of trailer parking

  • 3.5 Deeded acres across road with restrictive view easement. Can be used for more grazing or gardening

 

The Area & Nearby Attractions

 

  • Located in the historic “Quaker District” of Henniker, surrounded by like farms and large open fields

  • Private corner location with over 2,000’ of road frontage

  • Town-maintained gravel roads

  • Access to Totten Trails State Forest for trail riding, hiking, and snowshoeing just down the road

  • Home to New England College, Pats Peak Ski Area, Contoocook River for kayaking and fishing

We highly recommend that you contact the local zoning, planning and/or building department to confirm your intended use of any property as part of your due diligence prior to purchase.  Don’t assume that because you see a property for sale or neighboring properties being used a certain way that you can do the same.  Zoning regulations can change, some properties may “grandfathered” or operating under a variance or special exception that may not be transferable to you so you should always verify for yourself that you can use, expand or modify a property in the manner you intend.