PA Picks – Looking to Live the Country Life?

December 4th, 2012 by Ori Klein

Ever think of trading in your city digs for life in the country? Many metropolitanites dream of foregoing the bright lights and late nights of the urban scene to be surrounded by more peaceful climbs with rolling hills and green pastures. This week we’re taking a look at idyllic farms that fulfill the requirements of the country relocation dream.

Check out Kaufman Realty & Auction’s 97-acre valley and ridge farm located in Dundee, Ohio. Boasting a country home and barn adjacent to a small stocked pond, stream and quiet meadow on a beautifully manicured property, this offering is the picture of serenity nestled in the vast wooded oasis of Eastern Holmes County. PA is picking this one for its stretch of wooded acreage, providing ample potential for future homesites. Auction date is December 15th.

For those looking for a business venture as well as country living, take a look at Real Estate Internet Auctions’ Premier Equestrian Farm in Mascot, Tennessee. This 40-acre gated property presents three barns: 1) a 7,500sf main barn appointed as living quarters; 2) the second barn to be utilized as a birthing barn with lead glass windows, and 3) the third barn with stalls, hay storage and a covered area that can be used for medical appointments, as well as a tack room and split door stalls. Other amenities on this farm include a riding ring, gazebo, fire pit, and a breathtaking rural setting with two ponds, rolling pasture and open woods. This property is perfect for the avid equestrian or the advantageous investor looking to manage a boarding/riding facility. PA digs this one for its ideal location, close to Knoxville and Sevierville/Pigeon Forge area with local attractions like The Great Smokey Mountain National Park, the University of Tennessee, and the Tennessee River with access to lakes, boating and fishing. Auction bidding ends December 21st.

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