You dream of owning your ranch. You want to create a must-see tourist spot to receive visitors or you plan to exploit the farmhouse for a particular agricultural culture. Here you can carry out each of these projects. This magnificent bucolic estate of more than 150 acres has a breathtaking panoramic view of the Batiscan River.
Currently, the main production of the farm is hay for animals and the famous American silk - the milkweed, which is a vegetable fibre used for its insulating and water-repellent properties, mainly in the clothing and bedding industry.
You will find 5 buildings on the property: the main house, the employees' house, formerly called newlyweds' house, adjacent to the double garage, a shed, a reserve for the wood and the new stable built in 2012 with a lounge and a warehouse.
Concrete foundation with an exterior entrance to the basement.
Electrical input of 400 AMP including a 200 AMP main panel in the house and sub-field wiring for 200 AMP panel at the stable.
2x 300 gallons tanks for gasoline and diesel for farm machinery.
Septic systems are compliant.
Exterior coating in aluminium
Warehouses 50' x 85' with 21' ceiling.
Warehouses (Fany) for small square bales of hay above the stable
8 boxes and 4 between two for a total of 12 horses.
Electric heating in the lounge area, and heating fan for the stable area.
Skimmer directly in the boxes, goes around the entire stable and has an outside length of 50'.
Approx. 12 ha. of pasture, 14 ha. of wood, 16 ha. of hay and 10 ha. for the cultivation of milkweed.
Located just a 20-minute drive from Eastern Canada's largest Western Festival, « Festival Western de St-Tite », this ranch, construction 2012, offers very modern amenities. The seller is a known horses breeder.
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700 QC-352, Saint-Stanislas-de-Champlain, Mékinac County, Québec