SOLD AT AUCTION
Debra Roberson Farm
636 Texas Corner Road, New Enterprise, PA 16664
South Woodbury Twp., Bedford Co. Parcel F-6-44, Deed 1517-0296
Annual real estate taxes are $ 1,309 In Clean And Green. No zoning.
45 + acres of tillable land, fenced pasture, woods, shale pit, pond and very nice building sites for a new home. Great views, in a quiet country location. This farm is on both sides of Texas Corner Road, and has over a 1,000 feet of road frontage.
This farm was a dairy farm and is currently used for crops and heifers that are primarily kept on pasture and using the barns as loose housing. All buildings need work and maintenance. The building site is about 250’ from the road.
There is an unlivable single story, frame home on this farm with about 980 sq. ft. of living space. This home has been vacant for many years and would require substantial renovation work to make it livable. Partial basement with oil furnace, 100 amp electrical service. Two bedrooms, one bathroom.
10’ X 10’ cement block building. 12’ X 18’ block milk house near the bank barn.
The old dairy barn measures approx. 54’ X 86’ and has 37 tie stalls for dairy cows, and was set up tail to tail. There is no milking equipment, and it has been many years since cows were milked here. The cement mangers are still in place. The original bank barn was approx. 40’ X 54’ and there was an approx. 46’ addition added to it to increase the stall capacity. This addition is a single slope roof with the top used for feed storage.
There is a 16’ X 30’ dirt floor, lean to on the side of the barn by the milk house, used for storage.
On the other side of this bank barn is a three sided, loose housing, single slope addition that is approx. 42’ X 50’. This is used as a run in shed for pastured animals. Animals can be fed in a manger on the ground floor, or fed hay from above, from the top of the bank barn.
There is a peaked roof, dirt floor equip. shed that is 28’ X 32’. This is near the milk house.
There is an 18’ X 50’ chicken house with concrete floor. This is in front of the barn.
There is a 24’ X 32’ single slope pole barn used for equip storage, with an attached roof area of 19’ X 27’ used for hay storage. These buildings are near the driveway.
The land lays nicely for farming and the soils consist of Murrill, Laidig, Bedington, Buchanan, and Blairton types.
This farm could be used for many purposes. The buildings could be renovated, a new home could be built, or the old buildings could be subdivided off of this farm. This site would be a great location for a new home and farm buildings.
This property will be offered at public auction on February 28th at 2 PM.
Terms: $ 50,000 down day of sale, balance at settlement within 60 days.
Please call Ed Leaman at Leaman Auctions Ltd. (610) 662-8149
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