Restored 1880's limestone home on 80 acres of prime grass with 20 acres enrolled in CRP program.  The home is remote with the nearest neighbor 1 mile away.  The home was designed to use wind and solar power and was heated with a wood burning stove and gas furnaces.  Rural electric and a mini-split heating and air conditioning were added later for convenience.  Hot water heat in the kitchen. Ceiling fan in living room. Soft water. Reverse osmosis water filter.  Fiber optic cable for phone and high-speed internet.  Water well.  Septic system.  2 car garage. Storm shelter/storage shelter(Bunker). 2 seasonal ponds.  A nesting pair of wild Canada geese have used the property to raise their goslings for the last ten years.  Roaming deer, turkey, quail, and coyotes.  The night sky is remarkable.  Good property for livestock.

 

 

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Survival Features
Security
Bullet-resistant, Commanding Views, End of the Road, Fenced or Gated, Saferoom or Bunker
Sustainability
Fenced Pasture, Garden, Pasture
Power
Generator, Grid Connected, Off-Grid, Solar/Hydro/Wind
Communication
Internet, Phone
Access
Year Round Road
Surroundings
Large Properties, Undeveloped Land
Home Features
Beds
2 bedrooms
Baths
1 baths

Location

Listing Information

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