“CLASSIC COUNTRY FARMSTEAD”
If you are looking for that “classic” country farmstead – look no further – this is it. Beautifully renovated 1920 farmhouse, 6 stall stable, multiple barns and storage buildings / sheds, multiple paddocks, pens, and horse training facilities, beautiful cross-fenced pastures, 3 beautiful spring-fed, stocked, stair stepped ponds, additional spring branch (headwaters of Drake Creek), large swath of hardwoods, pine plantation stand.
This gorgeous property is as classic of a country farmstead as you can get! Build your country dreams / retire here. This property is owned by a professional couple who have done extensive remodeling over the last 3 years. Ready for your horses, cattle, livestock.
Beautifully renovated 1920 farmhouse – dogtrot breezeway, living, library, dining, bedroom, kitchen, laundry / mud room. Of course, wide front porch with swing and rocking chairs! Central heat and air. Hardwoods throughout.
Additional structures include: large open pole barn (approx. 60″ by 60″), side walled open barn (approx. 45′ by 36′), large concrete slab, 6 stall stable with power, feed bin w/ auger, small woodshed, 2 old storage sheds, old barn, old office / storage building, 2 old chimneys for the your creative construction projects.
Approximately 86 acres of hard to find well-established pasture. Fenced and cross-fenced. North, middle and southern pastures. Property was once owned by an equestrian enthusiast – multiple pens, paddocks, training facilities, awesome 6 stall stable, gates and runways for your livestock.
Approximately 45 acres wooded. Beautiful hardwood drain and spring branch on the NW quadrant. Very nice pine timber stand on the northern end of the property.
3. Yes 3 beautiful spring-fed, stocked, stair-stepped ponds (estimated .8, 1.9, and 1 acre) for your recreation and watering livestock! Headwaters of Drake Creek flow here.
Grapevine and very mature blueberry bushes.
I came across one resident flock of turkey 3 times on 2 visits! Clay County has a spring and fall turkey season due to extremely healthy populations. I’m sure deer love the pastures and the mast crop in the hardwoods…
Key Renovations Per Owner (over last 3 years)
New HVAC system
Front steps/ back steps/ patio around well-new concrete work
Refinished hardwood floors and new wood floors
New front and back doors
New screened in porch
Landscape around house
New closet doors in bedroom
New porch swing
All new rewiring in house and barn
House total new re-plumb
Whole house inside repaint
All new light fixtures house and barn
All new bathroom
New hot water heater
Extra insulation in attic
New outside lights
NOTES: The current owner is offering for purchase tractors and additional attachments / equipment to the new owner. Also, please do not enter this property without Don as livestock is currently present enjoying the nice pastures and spring-fed water!
Approximately 2,800′ of Highway 9 frontage south of Ashland, north of Millerville. Also, approximately 640′ of Haynes Road on the southern border.
Electricity, phone, septic, Millerville Water Authority county water. Excellent cell service – I had 4 bars of Verizon all over the property! Get your work done here if you have to!
777141 Highway 9, Ashland, AL 36251
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