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Property Location
399 Bell Rd, Schaghticoke, NY
[Rensselaer County]
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24 acres available
22 open acres for farming
4 wooded acres / other

Property Description

Description of the property’s current condition and current use(s):

The farm is a working dairy farm with 64 milking cow stalls, 20 dry cow stalls and heifer facility. More acreage is available with the farm upon request. 

Farm Infrastructure

Infrastructure and equipment:

  • Fencing
  • Water access
  • Barns or other facilities for storage of equipment, livestock, and crops
  • Farmer housing
  • Equipment available for sale or lease
  • Electrical Access

Water access description:

There are 3 wells on the property providing water for the house and barns. One well is shallow and hand dug, a second well is 120 ft deep and a third well is 530 ft deep with 20/gal per minute. Also located on the property is a self fed pond to irrigate crops if needed. Currently the pond is not used for any purpose.

Barns/structures description:

The main cattle barn is a 2 story barn holding 64 milking stalls on the first floor with 2 box stalls. It also contains a bedded pack for a group of weaned calves. The second story of the barn is used for hay storage. The barn also contains a feed room and a barn office. The weaned calves have access to a concrete pad outside for exercise with a board fence. The barn also has an enclosed manure chute to put the manure spreader and tractor from the incliment weather. 
A second barn holds a 20 stall dry cow barn, bedded pack for bred heifers and a bay to hold sawdust/bedding.  The animals have access to a concrete pad and outside bunk for feed in the winter. During the summer animals can access a pasture for exercise and green grass. 
The farm also has a 3 car garage that can be used for storage or a shop. 
A two stall carriage barn from 1890  is available for storage with 2 stories.It is made from hand hewn beams that are exposed. 
The facility also has 3 upright silos with 2 of the silos in good working condition that are currently being used. 

Farmer housing description:

The house is a 1890 farm house with 2916 sq feet, 5 bedrooms and a slate roof. A large kitchen hosts built in cabinets, island to eat, and room for a dining table. The kitchen has a beautiful potbellied stove to warm your feet on cold days.  A formal dining room hosts the original hardwood floors and large bay window. The living room is a large room with tall windows and 9 foot ceilings and exposed staircase. It holds a cedar closet and original hardwood floors. The first floor bathroom has been recently remodeled with new toilet, sink and bathtub/shower. A first floor room can be used as an office or a bedroom. At the back door entrance is a laundry room with washer/dryer, large sink and built in cabinets. A great place to put the outdoor shoes and coats. 
The second floor host four expansive bedrooms with large closets and tall windows. There is also 4 rooms on the second floor over the kitchen that can be remodeled into an in-law apartment or hired help apartment. Stairs will need to be constructed to complete access to that area.  
Two enclosed porches exit the kitchen, on the north and south sides of the house. The south porch exits to a deck where you can sit and watch the sun set and expansive yard. The north porch exits to the garage, barns and circular driveway.
The house has beautiful gingerbread features around the slate roof and doors. This home could easily be turned into a bed and breakfast with the stairs located at the front door. 
The cellar can be accessed from bilco doors beside the house.

Crops and Livestock

Types of crops permitted to be produced on the property:

Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Ornamentals, Hay, Other Crops

Types of livestock permitted on the property:

Cattle - Beef, Cattle - Dairy, Equine, Goats/Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Other livestock

Livestock/crops description :

This farm is ideal for small animals such as horse sheep, goats, pigs or llama/alpacas. The pasture land surrounds the farm buildings and the concrete pads make it easy for animals to be outside but not in mud. The barn is accessed from gound level to install box stalls or a pack for animals during the winter. 
The soil is fertile and can can easily grow most crops, currently it has been used for hay production and corn. It is located in an area to easily have a farm market next to the road or just minutes from the local town. 

Tenure Options

Tenure options:

For Sale

Description of tenure options:

The current owner would like to sell the property. He has an additional 50 acres to include if the buyer is interested. The owner is willing to discuss the sale of cattle, equipment and all other small items on the farm. Please feel free to contact for discussion of options. 

Additional Information

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