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Knight's Point Farm
Mason, NH

36’ x 36’ Horse Barn:
  • Built on a concrete foundation with vertical pine siding & metal roof
  • 4 Matted in/out stalls w/sliding doors and individual runouts
  • 12’ Wide matted aisle
  • Wash stall w/InstaHot propane water heater & swing-out arm
  • Tack room with wall cabinets
  • Walk-up hayloft holds approx. 700 bales
  • Separate well and frost-free hydrant
  • 100 Amp subpanel
  • 12’ x 36’ Overhang
Exterior Horse Amenities:
  • Connecting dry paddocks and grass pastures w/2 automatic waterers
  • Wood, electric & Centaur fencing
  • 10’ x 12’ Run-in shed with metal roof on skids, built in 2019
  • 12’ x 24’ Run-in w/metal roof
  • Lighted 20m x 40m fenced (Centaur) ring with sand footing
  • Concrete-floored manure bunker
28’ x 60’ Garage/Shop
  • Pole barn with concrete floor, vertical pine siding, and metal roof
  • 4 Garage bays with w/auto openers - two are 10’ x 13’, one w/electric hoist to the loft
  • 100 Amp subpanel & front-free hydrant
  • Stairs to a large storage loft with a large, finished closet
  • 12’ x 60’ Rear overhang for tractor and equipment storage w/chicken coop built in
2nd chicken or small livestock shed w/electricity
Other Features and Information:
  • Underground power to the barn, garage, coop near the arena, and to the riding arena
  • 17.4KW Solar array
  • House is wired for a generator to include barn/garage water system
  • Gigabit fiber internet for those who work from home!
  • 30,000 Gal inground pool w/2021 liner
  • Deck, patio area, and front porch
  • 4.71 Acres with fruit trees, gardens, and a 6’ x 8’ greenhouse
  • 16’ x 16’ Insulated and heated 4-season porch opens onto the Trex deck and overlooks the pool area
  • 100 Acres of town forest with trails directly across the road. Trails connect to other trail systems
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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