SG Gibbs

Hartford, NY, Washington County

For Sale

Acres Available


Open Tillable Acres


Wooded (or other) Acres



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Condition & Current Use

The property was part of a larger livestock operation. It has been used to raise pigs, cattle, horses and poultry as well as a residence. The farm is divided by Gibbs Rd and Harper Hill Road and has frontage on Hastings and Wright Rd. It is conserved by an easement held by the Agricultural Stewardship Association, Inc. The easement limits the type of uses and amount of development occurring on the property to conserve its use for agriculture and forestry uses. A Farmstead Area straddles Gibbs Road and includes the residence, several livestock barns and outbuildings.The south side of Gibbs Road has fenced pasture that has been used for cattle and hayfields. A stream flows through from Hastings Road, exiting on Wright Road. The north side of Gibbs Road consists of fenced pasture that had been used for horses, hay fields and a wooded area.

Soil Types

The property includes 11 acres of Prime Bernardston Nassau shaly silt loam. Statewide Important soils include Bernardston gravelly silt loam, Bernardston Nassau 8-15% slope, Kingsbury silty clay, and Vergennes silty clay loam. See attached soil table.

Farm History & Past Use

The farm was purchased by the current owner in 2016 as part of a larger farm operation. One of the barns was retrofitted for raising pigs. Permanent fencing for cattle grazing was erected. Prior to the current use, the farm was a dairy farm.

Tenure Options

Tenure Options

For Sale

The property is for sale

Sale Price or Estimated Market Value


Are you willing to mentor a new or beginning farmer?


Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?


Production Preferences

Livestock / Crops Description

The farm is currently set up for raising cattle and pigs. There are established hay fields and about 20 acres of woods. There is a 7 stall horse barn.

Farm Infrastructure

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Permanent pasture fencing in place.

Water Access

wells, stream and pond

Barns for Equipment/Storage

There are 3- 4 barns which have been used for equipment and/or hay storage

Farmer Housing

A 4-5 bedroom recently renovated farmhouse is located on the north side of Gibbs Road.

Additional Property Information

The property is subject to a conservation easement held by the Agricultural Stewardship Association, Inc.(ASA) The easement restricts some construction and uses to insure that the land is available for farming. Questions regarding easement terms can be directed to ASA at 518-692-7285.

Is the Property Conserved


Can the public be on the property as a part of the farm business?


Additional Information About This Property

The property is listed by realtor Jennifer Ball

Jennifer Ball 

 Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker 

 Cell: (518) 361-2923

 Email: [email protected]


 333 Glen St, Glens Falls, NY 12801

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