Get back to nature at this quiet country living horse farm. Expand on the full potential of the 2 homes & 2 barns. Thrive with all that is offered while taking advantage of the income possibilities. Featuring two barns to tend to your horses, chickens or other livestock. On those colder rainy days take advantage of the well-maintained, bright and open 33x110 riding arena connecting the barns. There is the potential for 30 stalls to board horses of your own or could have income possibilities. Nearly 20 acres of fenced open pasture gives the horses currently on site room to roam and graze.
Make your home in the recently-built raised ranch style 2 bedroom / 1 bathroom situated over a 2 car garage. The open concept allows for the light to shine in from all angles — sunrise to sunset. The kitchen features natural hickory cabinets, stainless steel appliances, tile floor, and a large center island. Complete a portion of the work-in-process first floor to add additional square footage. There are a few finishing touches as this building is currently occupied under a temporary Certificate of Occupancy.
Increasing the versatility of the land is an additional (1995) double wide home that someone could also utilize for their own home, an in-law or income potential dwelling. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in this spacious 56x28 unit. Heated with a wood stove on those cold Winter, Fall and Spring nights. A new roof was recently added but the interior could also use a new owner’s personal touch.
Rising from the valley floor is an extensive footprint of forested acreage ideal for recreational enthusiasts or hunters seeking to fill their whitetail or turkey tags. After crossing the south fork of Catatonk Creek, follow the already-established trail system that winds its way across the expansive acreage. Known for great hunting in the region there are several spots to establish your treestand/blind locations or just take in the simplicity nature has to offer. The varied tree species include Soft/Hard Maple, Hemlock, Red Oak, Cherry, Birch White and Red Pine, and Beech. There is currently a WPP wetland program in place for 14 acres East of the home dedicated to improving habitat for waterfowl through the development of potholes and increased water retention. The northern boundary is bound by Catatonk Creek adding additional recreational and aesthetic opportunities.
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284 E Spencer Rd, Spencer, Tioga County, New York