MICHAEL “CRAIG” CAMPBELL REALTY
104 QUAKER STREET GRANVILLE, NEW YORK 12832
(518)642-2274 FAX: (518-642-1097
"Higgins Hollow Farm"
"Higgins Hollow Farm", consists of meadows, pastures, tree lined fences, four outbuildings,
plus an early period 10 room farmhouse.
When we say the main barn is big, we mean it's really ............... "BIG"!!!!
Welcome to 329 Higgins Road, Hebron, New York
Nestled in a fertile farm valley, overlooking views of the nearby Vermont Mountains,
is this wonderful, Circa 1860, Colonial Home,
numerous outbuildings, and 33.66 meadowland acres.
If you're one of those people who want to raise your own vegetables, livestock, perhaps collect fresh eggs each day,
and enjoy being self sustaining, you'll want to see this charming farm.
You'll discover a bright, cheery, country kitchen, and a variety of rooms throughout this splendid home.
Much of the original is unchanged in over 150 years.
You'll find original early period moldings and floors.
If you need space, don't worry, this home offers a large living room and adjacent formal dining room.
There is also a full bath, bedroom, office, pantry and laundry down,
with 4 bedrooms, and a full bath up.
There are front, and back staircases, connecting the two floors.
You'll be able to watch the sun rise over the Vermont Mountains from the back yard deck,
and watch the sunset from the front yard porch.
Whether you plan to raise horses, beef, sheep, goats, chickens, etc ....
you'll be very pleased by the variety of outbuildings.
The main barn is an impressive 75' x 150'+/-, with a 40' x 60'+/-,
8 place milking parlor, separate bulk tank room, calf pen, and even a bath,
complete with shower, toilet, and sink.
This building is enormous!!
It was designed to accommodate 120 cows.
The barn has a drilled well, and septic, separate from the house.
The main barn, is currently used to raise replacement heifers, as well as store equipment.
This building could be used for countless endeavors!
Let your imagination be your guide.
Horse lovers will be thrilled by the enormity of this building.
Ceiling height is not an issue.
We were intrigued by this unusual, Dutch Barn, with an intricate roof truss system.
An attractive, and useful feature of the farm.
It can easily store a large amount of hay, with a lower level workshop.
Equally attractive, and useful, is this early period Gambrel, "Slate" Roof barn.
Once again, let your imagination be your guide.
It is ideal for any number of uses.
You'll love the view overlooking the 33.66 acres, as well as the Vermont Mountains.
Even the original outhouse is still intact. It needs to be leveled, but it's still here!!
Considering all this farm has to offer, we believe you'll want to take a look for yourself.
NOTE: MICHAEL “CRAIG” CAMPBELL REALTY IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SELLER. THE INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN IS BELIEVED ACCURATE, HOWEVER, IS SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, PRIOR SALE, AND CHANGE OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE.