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Schoolhouse Farm
Marlborough, NH

South Side of Road
98’ x 36’ Dairy Barn: 
  • Two large ells  
  • Electricity and water
  • Attached 9’ x 24’ renovated Milk Room
  • Located near the road with a parking area 
  • Finished interior w/Jotul propane stove for heat
  • Hot water 
  • DCS gas range, refrigerator, soapstone kitchen sink
  • 3/4 Bath with composting toilet
16’ x 18’ Sugar House (leased):
  • Evaporator, stainless storage tanks, and other equipment belongs to the farm
  • Electricity
  • Produces maple syrup using the property’s sugar bush as well as taps on neighboring properties
  • Has produced 300+ gallons of syrup annually
16’ x 18’ Post & Beam Bee House:
  • Recently gutted and partially renovated
  • Newly wired, electricity & lights
  • New Slovenian beehives recently built in
  • Originally a black smith shop, then a chicken coop
30’ x 60’ 5-Bay Equipment Shed (partially leased to hay farmer)
24’ x 58’ Ell Attached to Schoolhouse (2 bays leased): 
  • Electricity 
  • Full drive-in storage below
Land: 32+ Acres
  • Map 2-Lot 38 – South side of Richardson Road – 12.1 acres under a conservation easement, 14.5 acres of hayfield and treed areas. A portion of this lot is leased for hay production.
  • Map 2 -Lot 39 – South side of Richardson Road - 18.4 acres, this lot has recently surveyed and the survey has it at 21.5 acres. Most of the improvements on the farm are on this lot. Schoolhouse, dairy barn, equipment shed, bee house and sugar house.
This quintessential New England farm has over a 200 year history as a working farm. In 2017 the farm was sold to the Monadnock Agricultural Center LLC, whose intention was to make farmland available to people who wanted to pursue different aspects of farming. Some of the land is currently under management, leaving you free to enjoy the countryside and a lovely southwestern NH. 
The lush hayfields and sugar bush and sugar house are productive, operating under long term leases, producing immediate income for the next owner and leaving you free to enjoy the countryside and explore lovely southwestern NH. 
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 operate 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.
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