As long-time readers are aware, we’ve tried for many years to obtain the extra land we needed to secure our grass-farming future at Sap Bush Hollow Farm.
Last year, a neighbor from whom we’ve rented land for many years decided to sell her farm. To make sure the land stayed in agriculture, she asked us to buy it.
And now we have an extra farm house on the property.
As of August 1, 2017, we will be making this home, which we affectionately call Highland House, available for long-term rental.
Here are the details:
Our livestock are your nearest neighbors, and we maintain organic pastures. No chemicals!
Monthly rent is $1500, and we ask for a 1-year lease. Utilities, lawn care & snow removal not included.
No washer and dryer, although all necessary hook-ups are in place.
Security deposit is $1500, plus $500 security deposit for each additional pet.
> 2600 square feet
Property has its own well with fantastic drinking water.
One swimming pond
Gas fireplace/ stove
Large eat-in kitchen (perfect for canning!)
Sunny great room
Jacuzzi tub and shower in master bath
Full second bath upstairs
Half-bath off kitchen
Enormous dry basement with wine cellar
Two car attached garage
3000 square foot barn (morton building) available for additional fee
Cobleskill-Richmondville school district
Off the main road on approximately 5 acres
Vegetable/flower gardening permitted
Verizon DSL available
Property located on quiet mountain road maintained year-round, 15 minutes from Cobleskill; 45 minute drive from Albany; 5 minute drive from Long Path hiking trail; 5 minute drive from Sap Bush Cafe & Farm Store, 5 minute drive from Panther Creek Arts and West Fulton Arts; 5 minute drive from West Fulton community play-ground/park; 5 minute drive from Bouck Falls, 15 minute drive from Schoharie Valley farm stands.
Credit score must be over 600
No prior evictions
Minimum monthly income must be $4500
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Adele at (518)234-2105, or email her at email@example.com. Please note: Adele does not have internet at her house (she’s funny that way), so email response time may be delayed.