The livestock scales, with metal roof, are antique and inspected yearly by VDACS; electrical are available. Adjacent to this building is a chute for working cattle.
The foundation of the stable is hand cut blocks of local limestone. There are five stalls, a hay loft, run in shelters on either end and storage room for equipment. The left side has a tack room; the entire building has electricity and metal roof.
The granary has a metal roof and four rooms...two rooms where the windows are separated by a large center room. The upstairs room has four grain bins; this building has electricity and water lines. It is partially insulated and could be easily made into a two bed room farm cottage for guests or rental income. The lot behind the granary could be used for horse paddock and the run-in shelter used for animals or vehicle. About six or eight times a year, someone e-mails or calls to inquire if the farm offers a B&B or a farm stay cottage.
Metal workshop with cement floor, office room behind window and half bath in rear. Electricity, water and propane heat for main section while office and bath have electric baseboard heater, door has been repainted black. Behind this building is a small lot for round bale hay storage and a chute for working cattle.
In the upper pasture, this structure used to be a water reservoir and is now used for storage.
8x8 former chicken house (electricity available), now garden shed with metal roof.
12x12 office/studio has a metal roof, is sided in poplar, has electricity, propane heat and a.c. The three windows offer stellar views of the valley.
12x24 Mennonite made single car garage has electricity and loft storage. The roof is metal and building has a ten year warranty.
All sizes are approximate.