212 Harold Meyer Road, Earlton
DANCING LAMB FARM 95 acres of grazing land, rolling meadows, woods and water with stunning views of the mountains. Originally the Indian Ridge Grand House situated in the highest point in Greene County, it attracted travelers and tourists for refreshing summer stays in the mountains. The Grand House buildings have since been repurposed for residential units providing a stable income and room for owner occupancy. The barn was constructed in 2000 and designed for sheep/goat milking and cheese production. Formerly occupied by Icelandic sheep, the farm produced meat, cheese and wool. The equipment is available and could be sold with the farm. The open land has been used for intensive rotational grazing of sheep. No chemicals have been used on the land. The property is served by three wells, one being a mega-well and two septic systems. Established area for growing produce, extensive raspberry hedge, flowers, and fruit trees. The property maintains its agricultural exemption. Many opportunities exist for farming, other agri-tourism, recreational uses or home sites.
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