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Apple Ridge farm is just 10 miles from Middlebury College with 322 acres on a quiet country road. As an operational Buffalo farm, the property is a highly desirable lifestyle opportunity. This working farm showcases farm buildings that have been rebuilt or constructed on site. The main barn features seven Mahogany horse stalls with rubberized brick, stainless steel drainage system, a heated tack room and automatic heat for a birthing stall. A second two story barn with rubberized flooring, is designed for seven additional horse stalls and it is heated by propane. The property boasts approximately 3200 apple trees covering 22 acres and yield, Macs, Macouns, Gala, Paula Reds, Cortland, Spartan, Empire and Honey Crisp. The main farmhouse is 2514 square feet and has 4 bedrooms, it has been renovated and features a sunny kitchen, living room with a fireplace and wide pine floors. Sitting atop a hillside is the "Cowboy Cabin" with a stove, sleeping loft and characteristic outhouse, sit on the porch and take in sweeping panoramas of the Green Mountain peaks. The property also has a caretakers apartment above the two car garage. This property could be used in so many ways and it just takes one visit to fall in love! Caretaker onsite with a wealth of knowledge about the farming operations.

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Listed by Amey Ryan of IPJ Real Estate
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