Built in 1872 George Grant’s Villa is a National Historic Site and one of the biggest stories in the history of American livestock. Four Aberdeen Angus bulls arrived on May 17th, 1873 and changed the game forever. The rest is history.
The views from the wrap-around porch are truly amazing. The home is built completely from limestone taken from Grant’s original property. It has been completely refurbished and includes the original tin ceilings, wood trim, doors, and gorgeous stair rail and bannister. The home is equipped with all new pella windows, central heat and air, fiber optic internet, and all your modern appliances, giving you all the amenities you’d expect in a new home, paired with the historical charm that makes this place so special. On the main floor, you have a spacious kitchen, living room, parlor, full bathroom/laundry room, and office. A gorgeous staircase leads you to the second floor where you’ll find 4 nice sized bedrooms, including a large master. A big bathroom is located just off the master bedroom. There is a full unfinished basement with shelving, that makes for great storage.
The 41.667 acre property includes a 40 X 90 steel equipment shed, a 47 X 96 barn, an oversized, insulated two-car garage, a chicken coop, large cattle loafing shed, and many other multi-use outbuildings. A new steel corral system adjoins the barn, and there’s new fencing around the entire property. You can see how meticulous the current owners have been. No detail has been overlooked. The back 15 +/- acres is currently pasture that is hayed and would make a perfect place to hold a few horses or a couple angus steers. An additional 19 acres of hay meadows on the front of the farm could be put into pasture or swathed and bailed like it currently is, giving you supplemental feed for your livestock herd. This property is being offered, turn-key. All of the maintenance equipment goes with it, including a bucket truck, mower, trimmers, fencing supplies, and more.
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