About Property

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Size 1,922 SQ FT
  • Lot Size 140 acres
  • Offered at $949,000

About This Property

5694 Winter Wood Lane is an early 1900s farmhouse with 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms on 35 acres. A recently constructed 3-story guest house/barn, saltwater swimming pool, and an adjoining 60 acre parcel (PIN 6898-52-2874-000) is included in the sale, bringing the total land area to roughly 95 acres. Much of the adjoining parcel is protected by a Wetlands Reserve Program easement. The property offers multiple potential income streams and may be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMPs) are in place to include water piped directly to automatic livestock watering tanks.

The primary residence (the farmhouse) was stripped to the studs and thoughtfully restored in the 1980s. Previously, a fourth bedroom occupied the space that is now used as a formal sitting and dining area. The second floor hall bathroom features a modern walk-in shower, and the en suite master bathroom features a Jacuzzi tub. One guest bedroom has its own private balcony. Not shown in the photos are a mudroom and laundry room. All appliances convey, including a chest freezer and a second fridge/freezer combo in the mud room. Heating, AC, and hot water are geothermal. Water softener and sump pump have also been installed. Vents in the duct-work in the basement prevent frozen pipes.

The 3-story guest house/barn features a full kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, office, living room, one car garage, and upstairs dormitory with sufficient space for several beds – an ideal setup for a vacation rental or hunting lodge. The third story could be converted into a hay loft or used for storage. The guest house is on separate electric with underground lines. It has a gas furnace. The propane tank conveys.

Home and guest house are surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens complete with saltwater swimming pool, doggie playpen, fenced in blueberry patch with 18 healthy bushes, and a run-in shed. The blueberries could be harvested and sold seasonally. The shed and pool equipment share electricity with the guest house.

Potential income streams include: (1) operating the guest house as a short-term or long term rental or hunting lodge, (2) leasing the 60 acre parcel for hunting and fishing, (3) leasing land to a farmer, and (4) harvesting/selling blueberries or offering as “pick your own.”

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