|Catylist Listing ID:||30352563|
|Property Subtypes:||Cash Crop, Livestock, Orchard, Other|
|Gross Land Area:||43.55 Acres|
|Land Splits Available:||Yes|
|Sale Terms:||Cash to Seller|
If you have been looking for a farm to bring you back in time to the simpler self sufficient times then look no further. This is a tremendous opportunity for you to own a well restored and maintained farm in the country in western Washtenaw County. 43.55 acres with 7 buildings - 1 residential, 6 agricultural. The home is a 2,332 sf two story house with attic, basement and wine cellar. The upper level has master bedroom with two walk-in closets; master bath; and two additional bedrooms with cedar closet. The main level has hardwood floors; one bedroom, one full bath with claw tub; large dining room; family room with built in bookshelves and natural fireplace; study off living room; large professional kitchen with commercial vent, copper hood, 6-burner Blue Star range, 80,000 BTU wok burner & wok, tiled counter tops; and glassed in sunroom and expansive front and side porches. The house has newly painted, well maintained plaster walls, wide plank oak trim woodwork, and 1920's period ceiling light fixtures in the dining, living room & master bedroom. Behind the house is a sauna plumbed with electricity with a large shaded picnic area behind it. The grounds have a large organic garden plot fertilized only with compost and manure since 1986; fruit trees scattered throughout (apple, pears, white and red mulberry, sour cherry, quince); asparagus, rhubarb horseradish and sorrel patches; gooseberry, raspberry, and currants gardens.
The agricultural buildings include: a chicken coop, several small farm utility buildings and shed, an old outhouse, a general purpose barn and a large barn that you can't find in this great of shape very often!
Grass Lake Schools.
|Finance Data Year||2017|
|Real Estate Taxes - Annual($)||$6,014 (Annual)|
|Tax Value Land||$171,600|
|Assessed Value - Total($)||$408,600 (Annual)|
|Taxing Authority:||Sharon Township|
|Property Located Between:||South of Grass Lake Road|
|Highway Access:||M-52, Old US-12|
|Airports:||DTW, Lansing, Jackson|
|Area Description:||The Village of Grass Lake is located in Eastern Jackson County between Ann Arbor and Jackson. While to some degree the Village is self-sufficient, it is surrounded by Grass Lake Township and is dependent upon cool cities neighboring urban areas for employment, various shopping opportunities and cultural activities. Still supported by a number of family farms in the area, farming has given way to new development and expanses of single family home subdivisions. Still, the area maintains its rural character and holds a rich heritage in the late 1800's and early 1900's era structures in the core of downtown, the focal point of which remains the old Michigan Central Railroad Depot at 210 E. Michigan Avenue|
|Zoning Description:||AG - Agricultural Areas designated as Agricultural account for the majority of the Township and nearly all lands currently farmed. This designation is intended to encourage the long-term protection of the farmland resources and provide opportunities for low-density residential development that preserves the community's overall rural character, natural resources, and open spaces. This Plan recognizes that farming plays an important role in the history and character of Sharon Township, contributes important food and fiber to local and regional populations, and is an important source of income. The Strategy encourages the continuation of all current farming activities as well as the introduction of new farming activities. All typical farming activities, including the raising of crops, the use of stables, silos, and barns are encouraged provided that they meet Department of Agriculture requirements as ''generally accepted agricultural land management practices." However, in light of the increasing level of residential development in the Township, the introduction of new large concentrated livestock operations should be per mitted only after special review to assure compatibility with neighboring land uses and adequate parcel area and site development features. Lands designated as Agriculture are largely characterized by one or more conditions that support their long· term agricultural economic viability including: 1) classification by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as "prime farmland"; 2) minimum parcel sizes of 40 acres; 3) limited encroachment by non-agricultural land uses; 4) enrollment in the P.A. 1161 Farmland and Open Space Protection Program; 5) enrollment or participation in PDR/TDR programs; and 6) adjacency to other farmland parcels. Lands designated as Agricultural are not intended to serve as significant residential growth zones. Agricultural operations are intended to be the primary use of land. At the same time, this Plan recognizes that farming, as an industry, is facing challenges due to a number of factors, including economic conditions. Ongoing measures are being pursued on the state level to pass legislation improving the economic viability of farming in Michigan. The Plan also recognizes that the ability of a farm owner to split off residential lots has certain merits and a place within the Township. It is the intent of the Strategy to provide opportunities for residential development on Agricultural designated lands, but that such development be low density in sup· port of the preservation of farmland resources, management of growth and development, and the preservation of important natural resources, open spaces, rural character, and road safety.|
|Legal Description:||*OLD SID - O 15-007-002-00 SH 7-2A NW FRL 1/4 OF SEC 7 T3S R3E,EXC COM AT N 1/4 COR, TH S 2124.24 FT TO POB, TH W 823 FT, TH S 534 FT, TH E 823 FTTH N 535.7 FT TO POB|
|Proximity:||3 miles||5 miles|
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