Triple G Farm




Equestrian Features

145’ x 112’ 2006 Steel-frame building with indoor & stalls (under one roof)

  • lnsulated roof and metal siding

  • Separate drilled well with new water pump 2019

  • Separate 200-amp electrical entrance for business

  • Water hydrant with pressure tank for irrigation purposes

  • Insulated grain/tack room

  • 12’ x 32’ Viewing room

  • Grooming/tacking area with 3 wood tie rails

  • Overhead hay storage (750 bales)

    • 145’ x 75’ Riding arena:

      • Sand with stonedust base footing

      • Wood kick walls

      • Lighting

      • Overhead irrigation system- needs repair

    • 112’ x 36’ Stall area to one side of the structure:

      • 8 – 12’ x 12’ In/out stalls with attached 12’ x 24’ wood rail run-out paddocks

      • 3 – 12’ x 12’ In/out stalls

      • 1- 12’ x 12’ interior stall

      • 5 – 12’ x 14’ interior stalls



32’ x 48’ Red barn (near house):

  • 2019 asphalt-shingle roof

  • Wood siding painted in 2019

  • 1,500 bale hayloft

  • 100-Amp subpanel (from house)

  • 6 – 12’ x 12’ matted stalls (5 In/out)

  • Frost-free hydrant in aisle – needs repair

  • Grain/tack room  

  • Insulated utility room

New REALLY NICE 110’ x 220’ outdoor arena:

  • Sand with clay base footing

  • Galvanized metal panel fencing


  • 5 NEW wood board paddocks with 4 frost-free hydrants and electrical outlets convenient to both barns

  • 2 NEW wood board with electric paddocks off red barn

  • Six acres in pasture with 2 wood-frame run-in sheds

  • Electric fencing

Land and Other Farm Details:

  • 22.39 Acres in total

  • Large gravel parking area with capacity for 10+ truck/trailer combos near driveway entrance

  • Gravel parking area at indoor arena

  • Resurfaced circular gravel driveway with access to barns and house

  • Direct access to trails from property

  • All farm amenities set far off road


Triple G Farm is located on a quiet secondary roadway off a state road, making it safe and quiet on the farm and easy for clients to find you!

~   By Appointment Only Please   ~  

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.