All but 2 acres of land is behind the home. The western boundary is contiguous with the highway. I'd estimate 3000', super for giving plenty of notice to the oncoming traffic, to turn here, to your new business. The cultivated land is leased until Jan. 1, 2017, Income from lease $2,450. Per year.
Alrighty, this county aerial may give a clearer picture. See how much highway visibility.
Nursery, riding stables, pick your own farm, a few ideas.
I prefer a home to be in its original state and not pay for improvements that others make. This home is in that original state. The kitchen is 15 x 15.5 with porcelain sink with drain boards on both sides. Good amount of cabinets, pantry to the side, enclosed porch adjacent. Is bright with ample room for the the breakfast table.
Here this photo gives you a better idea of the kitchen.
The sitting room that is accessed by the center hall is a spacious 16 x 16. There are propane space heaters throughout the home. Will do the trick of heating the house.
Center hall off the sitting room. There is a handy half bath right behind that door and a full bath off the kitchen.
Here is an example of the original woodwork, this is the front door. Granted there is quite a bit of painting to do and a bit of patching, but this house is built to last and has passed the test of time.
Closer view of the propane heating.
This enclosed porch is 8 x 18, is adjacent to the kitchen, so if you have a pot of potatoes to peel or peas to shuck, you'll be able to do so in a quiet comfortable spot.
Once the parlor then converted to 1st floor bedroom, handy.
There are several models of propane heaters, this really kicks out the heat.
2nd floor hall. Love that banister.
Second floor bedroom, this is the largest, 16 x 18.
Additional bedroom view
This bedroom is above the kitchen with its own staircase to the 1st floor. This was the boys room.
This is the nursery, hasn;t been used for such for a very long time, but no issue, a bit of paint and a scrub and ready to go.
Westerly view of the home. Classic flowering shrubbery and trees of the Eastern Shore
The new roof was installed just a few years ago. This is the front elevation of the home. While I certainly enjoyed the welcomed shade of the trees, prohibited me from getting the full view. Trees are set well apart from the house, as should be..