Filter Results
640 properties

Premier Listing

Finger Lakes Dairy Farm with Homes For Sale in Central NY
Seneca, New York
544.00 acres
Finger Lakes Dairy Farm with Home For Sale in Central NY

A well established and improved Finger Lakes area dairy farm for sale with 438 free stalls. Main free stalls, built in 2009 and addition built in 2014. Has 310 sand bed stalls, is set up as a 6 row center drive-through with 14 foot ceilings for excellent ventilation. Barn is well maintained and in good condition. Manure is scraped to a pump house with a H.D. Houle piston pump which transfers it to a concrete floor lined large manure lagoon for long term storage. The cows are milked, three times daily, in a 16 cow flat parlor in the original cow barn.

There is a 56x140 Cover-All barn, built in 1997 with drive by alley for feeding. There are 60 free stalls for lactating cows and 27 stalls for dry cows.

A 45x180 heifer barn with metal roof & curtain sides holds 180 cows. There are 120 free-stalls in 3 rows for heifers 6+ months and a bedded pack for younger ones. There is a 4 ton hopper bottom feed bin. there is a large calf hut raising area supplied with 4 water hydrants. The dairy complex is well laid out.

The main farm house is a two-story 3,220 SF home. Featuring 9 rooms including 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. It was built in approximately 1850. It has been extensively upgraded and renovated but sill maintains its original charm. The floors and doors have been stripped and varnished. The kitchen in modern and opens to a large den/family room with picture windows providing a Cayuga Lake view. There is a front porch and large open rear deck. The house is well maintained and in good condition.

Further up Morgan road is a second 1,813 SF farm house. It is 2 story, wood-frame, and it is used for farm labor  housing. It has a kitchen, dining room, 4 bedrooms a bath and a full basement; oil fired hot air furnace. The house is in fair condition and is in need of upgrading.

There is a 20x60, open one side, machine storage shed. Also a 27x90 wood frame barn with 80% concrete floor, partitioned as a farm shop & machine storage; fair utility - good condition.

A third farm house is located west of Route 89 and is 2,229 SF. It has 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, kitchen, living room, den and laundry room. It is oil fired hot water heat. There was $30,000 worth of upgrades completed in 2006-2007. The 3rd farmhouse is in average condition.

There is a 34x122 barn converted for horses with 10 horse stalls, tack room & office and run in area. This building is in fair condition.

LAND: Of the 544 acres comprising this farm there is 449 acres of tillable land. 50% of the tillable land is rated as Class II soils and in primarily gently, sloping Honeoye-Lima-Cazenovia series which are highly productive cropland soils. 34% of the soils have steeper grades; 8-15% slopes. They tend to be less productive because of wetness, erosion & stones. Much of the Class III soils have been improved by tile drainage over the years. There is about 90 acres of mostly woodland and some pasture. About 5 acres make up the improved farmsteads. This property is located in a designated NYS Agricultural District.

This farm has its primary setting overlooking Cayuga lake, the largest of the NYS Finger Lakes. It is also a prime vineyard grape growing area with many established vineyards nearby. The proximity to the lake and the air drainage & soil types make this farm a prime candidate to establish a new Finger Lakes area vineyard & winery. A block of vineyard quality land this large is seldom available.

This dairy farm has a verified milk market through Agri-Mark. It's a large diary family's luck find sure to please the family seeking a farm large & productive enough to support two families.

Listing ID: 31083-40067

Premier Listing

Seneca County, NY Lakefront Vineyard & Winery For Sale
Seneca, New York
144.00 acres
Romulus, NY Lakefront Vineyard & Winery For Sale

144 Acre Farm in Update NY for sale on Lake Cayuga with large residential property, a cottage, boat docks, additional outbuildings, barns & various buildings related to the orchard & vineyards. The rural community of Romulus, NY is conveniently located 10 miles from Seneca Falls, NY. Continue reading to learn more about the acreage, outbuildings, historic home, lake frontage this private gentlemans farm estate offers.

The large historic farm home is Cobblestone circa 1833 is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Acreage includes a 15 Ac. vineyard, 5.5 Ac. cherry orchard, winery, lake views and 1,860 feet of lakefront property.

About The Farmland:
The farm has been in continuous agricultural production for 200+years and is the home to the former Souhan Orchards. The Ovid and Cazenovia silt loam soils deposited by glacial till, the slope to the lake for air drainage and the micro-climate created by the depth and relatively narrow width of the lake are attributes. Presently the grape varieties grown on this farm include: (Viniferous) Riesling, Cabernet Franc & Limburger; French hybrid: Vignoles; American grape variety: Catawba, Table wine varieties; Reliance, Lakemont, Vanessa. An additional 90+/- tillable acres could be cultivated to expand farming area.

Details of Historic Property:
The Cobblestone home was built in 1833 and has been meticulously renovated to its period charm yet has all the amenities; a modern kitchen, formal living room, formal entry, four bedrooms, four and one-half baths, office/den, decking and a porch that overlooks the orchard and Cayuga Lake. Residential property is presently used as The Inn at Varick Winery. Could be used as a personal home, bed & breakfast and/or recreational business.

Farm estate is located on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail and on the designated "America's Scenic Byway", New State Route 89. The winery is also part of the Blue Trail, you can spend the day boating then dock your boat and walk to the tasting room, it is one of a handful of wineries and vineyards that has access to the lake. Acreage is located on western shores of Cayuga Lake which is 35 miles long, 3.5 miles wide and 450 feet deep.

The property has an attractive and spacious tasting room built in 2006, a new mixing and storage barn, a 1920's German Forebay barn, two other outbuildings and three docks on 1,860 feet of lakefront. There are a boathouse and small lakeshore cottage as well, in need of rehabilitation.

For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate!

Listing ID: 37046-12345

Premier Listing

903 acres Tillable Farmland with House and Barns near Watertown NY Established Hay Business
Jefferson, New York
903.00 acres
903 acres with 450 acres of hay fields! Established hay business!

Perfect property for a beef operation. An ocean of hay ground surrounded by woodlands.

903 acreswith approximately 450 contiguous acres of hay fields and the rest is mixed hard and softwoods. Approximately 50 acres of fenced pasture. Several interior roads for access to the fields.

Very rare to the market! This property is located within minutes of Lake Ontario and within 5 miles of Watertown International Airport. Located approximately 15 minutes northwest of Watertown, NY.

The present owner has established 30-year hay business in North Carolina selling mostly timothybroomehay that would sell with this farm.

Main house:Modern ranch style with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, comfortable living room overlooking hay fields in the back, second living room, and large country, eat-in kitchen, two fire places, laundry area, attached two car garage and basement with oil fired/supplemented wood hot water and heat furnace. Two drilled wells and septic are in fine working order.

Buildings:Two Quonset buildings. One is 40 x 150 and the other is 40 x 180 and are locatednext to the ranch home.

Buildings at farm Head Quarters: Insulated calf barn is 60 x 240 and is complete with workshop, bathroom facilities, running water, heat and a large generator. Two connected barns for hay operation include one that is 40 x 120 and 16 ft. high connected to a 60 x 80 barn 16 ft. high. Perfect for storage of hay and equipment. Also, an updated working corral for loading and vaccinating cattle.

Features: This is a paradise for the sportsman with tremendous hunting for whitetail, turkey, and waterfowl located within a mile of Lake Ontario, Black River, and nearby several marinas. Boating and fishing opportunities are endless! 20 minutes to Thousand Islands and 1 hour to Kingston, Canada. Easy 15-minute ride to St. Lawrence River. Most importantly, only 5 minutes from Watertown International Airport for easy flights.

Priced to sell at$2,249,900. Contact Matt Klink 315-406-5470(text friendly)for more information and to schedule a showing.

Premier Listing

Hemp Farm Investment Opportunity with Greenhouses in Valatia NY 321 Running Creek Road
Columbia, New York
180.00 acres
Located between the Catskill Mountains and the Berkshires in the Upper Mid-Hudson Valley Region of Columbia County just outside the Village of Valatia in the Towns of Kinderhook and Stuyvesant is this family owned 180+- acre operating farm.

It's less than 2.5 hrs from NYC and includes 100+- tillable acres being a prime property for growing hemp and other quality crops. Last year was the 1st year for growing a 10+ acre hemp crop with off the scale test results for CBD oil and smokeable flower.

The 2 brothers who own and have operated the farm for the last 25 years have plant science degrees from Cornell University and understand plant physiology better than the average farmer and they know how to monitor the amount of fertilizer and nutrients utilizing their drip irrigation system. One or both brothers would be interested in staying on with a new buyer to manage the farm and take it to its maximum potential. The owners have transformed this former dairy farm into a diversified vegetable and greenhouse operation allowing for certain crops to be grown year-round and now including hemp.

There are 12 greenhouses which include heat and ventilation for starting and growing plants. There is plenty of water available from the existing wells and a major aquifer below the surface plus 3 ponds. The land consisting of quality sandy loam soils is located just east of the convergence of the Mohawk and Hudson Valley providing a unique micro-climate with tremendous air movement. The 80+- acres of additional land could be cleared for other crop farming or for other uses including a solar farm with 3 phase power at the road.

The property also includes 2 residential houses, a workshop and a soil mixing building.

Offered at $2,498,900. Contact Carl Snyder 607-280-5770 for more information and to schedule a private showing.

Premier Listing

178 acres Purple Foot Farms Vineyards overlooking Keuka Lake in Hammondsport NY 8636 County Route 87
Steuben, New York
178.00 acres
If you like gorgeous, serene lake views, this is your property. Located just outside the Village of Hammondsport, situated on the east side of Keuka Lake, a favorite Finger Lakes destination, sits the beautiful Purple Foot Farms.

The property features 50 acres of well-kept Vineyards. 13 varieties of grapes are planted and maintained by the current owner who has been farming the land for over 50 years. The property includes a 3 bedroom, 2 story farmhouse and a large 60 x 80 shop with concrete floors.

With more than 178 acres, situated on 3 separate parcels, the opportunities are endless. Vineyards, timberland, tillable fields and a pond make up this farm. The home and buildings lay along County Route 87 with 1,600 feet of road front on 83 acres that offer tremendous lake views from both sides of the road. The remaining land is a short 2 mile drive down the road and includes an 81 acre parcel and a 14 acre parcel of land.

Continue farming the high-producing vineyards with the opportunity to expand. Plant additional grapes on the 16 acres of open ground or create a new venture of your own. Start a winery or just enjoy the peaceful farm overlooking Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes Region. Lake view development with more than 3,700 feet of road frontage. Own your own piece of heaven with endless possibilities and views.

Machinery and equipment are available at an additional cost. All oil, gas, and mineral rights will convey.

Offered at $1,649,900. Contact Dan Heisey 607-661-0029 for more information and to schedule a private showing.
Commercial Land
Dutchess, New York
80.00 acres
Located in Hopewell Junction NY, this +/-80 acre residential development site borders the Taconic State Parkway on the East and an existing, well established housing development along Saddle Ridge Road to the west. There are two possible ingress / egress lanes located for this site off of Saddle Ridge. This is a great location in close proximity to many Dutchess County amenities and with relatively easy commutes to both the NYC and Albany areas. There is also a near-by 19.5 acre commercial parcel for sale by this owner with 400+ feet of Route 52 frontage.
Commercial Land
Dutchess, New York
80.00 acres
Located in Hopewell Junction NY, this +/-80 acre residential development site borders the Taconic State Parkway on the East and an existing, well established housing development along Saddle Ridge Road to the west. There are two possible ingress / egress lanes located for this site off of Saddle Ridge. This is a great location in close proximity to many Dutchess County amenities and with relatively easy commutes to both the NYC and Albany areas. There is also a near-by 19.5 acre commercial parcel for sale by this owner with 400+ feet of Route 52 frontage.
Camp Pinewood
Steuben, New York
713.00 acres
New York State former Girl Scout Camp for Sale:The property has approximately two (2) miles of road frontage on multiple roads, some of which are paved, some gravel and all are four seasons roads. The road frontage is highly developable on all roads. The main entrance to the property is found at 1140 Willey Road. This is a fantastic opportunity to own a turn-key camp facility with existing income. The property has not been run as a formal camp since 2013.As you enter the property, the first structure on the left is the Rangers House which is currently being rented to a family for $1,200/month. The rental agreement will transfer with the property. The Rangers House is a 1,300 sf ranch style home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full and one half bath, and a full (dry) basement. The house has a nice view overlooking the 5 acre pond. Just past the house is a large, old style barn that is used as the workshop and storage area for equipment. The lower section is the workshop and is 34 x44 with 1 overhead door, is heated by an oil furnace, and has water also. The 150 amp service provides all the power needed. The upper section is 38 x 58, has electric and is used for equipment and tent storage.The excellent internal gravel road system is traversable by any vehicle. As the road winds through the property, you are immediately immersed in the feeling of being in a remote wilderness area with just the right amount of creature comforts to create a truly enjoyable outdoor experience.The major camp buildings are the Red Pine and White Pine Lodges, both being log-sided structures on a concrete slab of 1,568 sf each. They each contain a full kitchen, propane heat, stone fireplace, 100 amp electric, seasonal water, and each unit sleeps 20.The Dining Hall is a 30 x 90 wood-framed, log-sided structure that has seating for 150 and a beautiful stone fireplace. The adjacent commercial kitchen is 28 x 60 and has a convection oven, commercial cooler and walk-in freezer, range with gridle, commercial dishwasher, ice machine, cookware, dinnerware and much more. It is serviced by a 200 amp electric service and propane.Additional buildings include the Arts & Crafts Center which is an open floor plan, 20 x 40 building with 100 amp electric and seating for 30 and no heat; the Health Center is 28 x 40, sleeps 12 and has 100 amp electric, seasonal water/hot water with a full bath and shower stall and a fuel oil furnace; the Directors Cabin/Office which is 24 x 28, sleeps 4, has 100 amp electric, seasonal water/hot water with 1 bath including a shower stall and no heat; and the Cooks Cabin which is 24 x 28, sleeps 8, has 100 amp electric, seasonal water/hot water, a full bath with shower stall and no heat.In addition to the lodges and learning centers, the camp is complete with both primitive and more modern tent camping areas and facilities. Several perm-a-tent sites exist on 5 different camping areas. Perm-a-tents are stick-framed structures with a hard roof and sides with vinyl canvas on the front and back that allows for air flow. Scolta has 9 A-frame perm-a-tent units that sleep 4 per unit for a capacity of 36 onsite. Sunnyside has 9 perm-a-tents and sleeps 36. Shangri La has 10 perm-a-tents and sleeps 40. High Hike and West Wind each has 5 units and sleeps 20 at each site. There is a handicapped accessible unit on both High Hike and West Wind and those units have electric lighting and outlets. All campsites have a pavilion, restroom/wash station and no electric except for the ADA accessible units and pavilions at High Hike and West Wind.Lakeside and Shadowdell are primitive camp areas, each with tent platforms, a pavilion, latrine/wash station and seasonal water. Lakeside has 7 platforms and Shadowdell has 10 for a combined capacity of 68 campers for both sites. Each site has tent platforms in need of repair.One of the key features to any camp is the water feature. In this case, there are two (2) water features. First is the 5+ acre pond. It has a full dock system and is a great water body to canoe, kayak, fish or swim. Second is the in-ground swimming pool. The pool and mechanicals undoubtedly need work as the current owner has not used this at all and cannot verify its viability. The pool is 75 x 45 and has been shut down since 2008. The adjacent shower house is in good condition and has 16 showers and 14 toilets including one each that are handicapped accessible. There is an abundance of locker storage units in this building also. The shower house has a commercial laundry room with 4 washer/dryer units and one commercial washer and dryer each. A 400 amp service powers this building.The property has a mix of hardwoods and softwoods throughout and has a significant timber value. The property is enrolled in the NYS Tax Law 480-a program to provide quality long-term forest management in exchange for a significant reduction in taxes. The complete plan can be found on our website. There currently is more than 3 million boardfeet of timber on the property dominated by red oak, hard maple, soft maple, white oak, hemlock, white pine and spruce. No harvests are planned, but several stands will be evaluated for thinning in the next 2-3 yearsBesides the home rental,the owners also are receiving annual income from leasing 47 acres of agricultural land for $1,880 and have divided the property into two (2) hunting leases that pay a total of $16,821 currently. The White Pine Lodge is included in one of the leases. All leases will transfer or can be cancelled upon closing. The combination of leases provides over $33,000 of income annually.Two small streams flow through the property to the pond, adding yet another feature to this amazing property.This is a fantastic opportunity to own a truly unique property in the Southern Tier of New York! The property is being sold as-is. While electric goes to many buildings, it needs reconnected to some due to damage from falling tree limbs. As such, the water at the back of the camp will not be able to be turned on. The seller intends to retain the oil and gas rights but will entertain offers for their purchase. All timber rights (and its extensive value) will transfer.All showings require 24 hour notice for the tenant in the home. Showings only to qualified buyers.
Gallo Family Retreat
Lewis, New York
2,018.00 acres
New York land with forest land, camp, pond, interior roads, streams and food plots for sale: This large, versatile recreational property located on the Tug Hill Plateau has been the Gallo Family Retreat for over half a century. Most of the acreage was purchased in 1955 (65 years ago) as a timber investment. Hunting soon became a priority and a small hunting shack was built with very few amenities. Eleven years later a new shelter for the Two Mile Buck Club was erected with additional comforts. The camp, built on piers, is ~1,000 square feet in size, has a gable, steel covered roof, stained clapboard wood siding, is insulated and wired for a generator (one comes with purchase). The showpiece of the camp is the field-stone fireplace (its chimney was refurbished just last year). It is the camps main source of heat. While the fire place is warming up, a single, wall mounted propane heater in the bunk room helps take the chill off. A 13-foot deep, dug well adjacent to the camp holds the Best Tasting Water in NYS (according to Art Gallo). An old fashioned, but reliable, pitcher pump near the kitchen sink draws water from the well for domestic use. There is a shower stall and indoor toilet both modified for use with water in buckets. A 1,000-gallon, plastic septic tank, with leach field was installed in 2008. When hot water is needed, the propane gas stove is the means by which water is heated. Adjacent to the camp a 20 by 20 pole barn, with shed roof addition, was erected for storage and maintenance of equipment, recreational vehicles and accessories. Cable phone services are not available, however cellular reception is found at various locations on the property.In the 50s Tug Hill land was relatively cheap. Most of the northern hardwood forest found here was logged, but not cutover hard. A good portion of this property was last harvested approximately 25 years ago, in the 90s. Shortly thereafter the Gallos enrolled in the NYS Section 480-a of the Forest Tax Law Program which would provide them with a Management Plan to help achieve investment goals, as well as reduce their assessment, resulting in lower taxes. Some stands under the Plans work schedule have been harvested in the last 7 years. The majority of the remaining trees in those stands falls within the small pole to medium sawtimber size classes. The Management Plan Work Schedule calls for a series of commercial harvests over the next few years, providing the new owner with immediate cash flow from the timber resource. There is a significant timber value associated with this property that is directly related to the current asking price. A copy of the 480-a Forest Management Plan and Treatment Schedule is available upon request.The Gallo family business was excavating and road, bridge and dam construction. Without a doubt, the property was destined to see the development of roughly 4.5 miles of professionally built roads and stream crossings. Tug Hills short-lived Glenfield and Western Railroad ran across the northern portion of the property creating the foundation for roads in that area. Other recreational improvements included the development of 15 food plots, building of 11 permanent hunting blinds, installation of over 50 tree stands and construction of one well stocked bass pond, ~1.4 acres in size. Most of the property was surveyed in the 60s and boundary lines have all been re-flagged in the last two years.There are two major trout streams that traverse the property. Two Mile and Three Mile Creeks zig-zag their way across the terrain, and a third, Prince Brook, crosses the line briefly on the western boundary. The headwaters of One Mile Creek also originate on their ownership. One, Two, and Three Mile Creeks are all tributaries to Fall Brook. Both Fall and Prince Brooks eventually empty into the Salmon River, east of the Salmon River Reservoir in Redfield, just minutes from camp. The Salmon River, famous for its spawning Salmon runs, eventually empties into Lake Ontario.The predominant tree species found on the property include: sugar and red maple, black cherry, yellow birch, white ash, beech, basswood, aspen, red spruce, balsam fir and hemlock. Based on the abundance of food resources, (including Uncle Charlies apple orchard), water, cover, and physical evidence, whitetail deer, black bear, snowshoe rabbit, ruffed grouse, turkey and a mixed bag of waterfowl either live on, or frequent the property. Camp trophies are testimony to the many successful hunts of past seasons. In addition, trappers will find a variety of other fur bearers including; coyotes, fisher, bobcat, otter, mink, beaver, raccoon, muskrat and weasel to challenge their skill.Seasonal access to the property from the North Osceola Road requires the owner to pass through 3 gates and private lands with varying degrees of public access known as the East Branch of Fish Creek Conservation Easement. As you leave the North Osceola Road you enter onto a 50-acre parcel also owned by the Gallo Family that is not for sale. For the most part, the main road from the first gate all the way to the property is maintained by the Gallo family. The general public is not allowed to use any portion of this road.The Tug Hill region is renowned for its bountiful snowfall which is the only major limiting factor to accessing the property during the winter months. In addition to the maintained gravel roads, skidding trails, created for timber harvesting, make excellent x-country skiing, snow-shoeing, hunting, hiking and ATV trails. Neither public snowmobile, or ATV trails cross the property. The ultimate scenario for privacy and seclusion.This well-developed recreational property is ~30 miles from Boonville, Rome and Lake Ontario, ~50 miles from the Syracuse Airport and ~80 miles from Canada. If you and your family long for a private camp and wild, remote lands you can call your own, you may have found one of the few properties left in the State that meet these criteria!
67-54 73rd Place
, New York
0.00 acres
For Sale / Lease 7,965 sf yard with office improved with a Newly renovated Private office office/ 4 garage and a 1,200 sf shed structure on 7,965 sf of land. Conveniently service by Q38,Q54,Q67and M train line at Middle Village-Metropolitan Ave station.Broaderline Brooklyn/ridgewood.Great location for Contractor, Fleet Services, Dispatch ,Garden Center, and etc...