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Patch of Heaven Farm
pittsfield, NH

Farm Details 

36’ X 48’ Morton Barn with Cupola and 12’ x 48’ Addition

  • Metal exterior

  • Wood interior

  • 15 Years old

  • Lean-to overhang - fits two tractors and implements 

  • 5-Stalls

    • 12’ x 12’

    • Room for one more

  • Heated tack room

  • Wide aisle

  • Electricity

  • Frost-free hydrant

  • Hayloft holds approximately 300 bales

  • Open stall can hold about another 200 bales

  • Hay elevator with pulley system


Poultry Room

  • 12-Hutches/cages

  • Tongue/groove ceilings and walls

  • Vinyl floor


Run-In Shelters

  • Front: 20’ x 20’

  • Back: 10’ x 20’

  • 8 Years old

  • Electricity

Outdoor Riding Ring

  • 60’ x 100’


Livestock/Poultry Coops/Housing

  • Two  8’ x 8’

  • One 6’ x 8’ with 12’ x 24’ enclosed/covered run

  • One 5’ x 4’ with 11’ x 18’ enclosed/covered run



  • 6 Open acres

  • 5 Fenced paddocks with room for more 

    • 3 grass paddocks 

    • 2 dry paddocks 

  • Some outdoor paddocks have frost-free hydrants and electricity

  • Fencing is a mix of wood, electric and livestock 


Additional Features 

  • Distant mountain views from your wrap around deck

  • 2-Car attached garage

  • Trails nearby

  • Two solar arrays 

    • House

    • Barn


This is a beautiful horse/livestock property in a rural location that ends in a Class VI road. A great central location yet only minutes to town amenities. Just 30 minutes to Concord, 45 minutes to Portsmouth, 45 minutes to Manchester and 30 minutes to Lake Winnipesaukee activities.  

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.

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