A Treasure Find: Off Grid Home, 9 acres Currently Listed On Ebay For $40,000
Categories: Homes / Dwellings
(page 1 of 2) This beautiful property was shared with me on the facebook page. I thought I would pass it on because it looks so nice. It's listed on Ebay. Please do your own research on the property, as I have not spoken with it's owner. The price and appearance look to be fabulous though! (posted 3/15/15)
|Seller Notes:||“Property is in decent shape although it needs some finishing touches.Camp is a very rustic camp that needs some work but overall is in good shape.”|
|Seller State of Residence:||New York||Property Type:||House/Camp|
|State/Province:||New York||Sale Type:||Existing Homes|
|Number of Bedrooms:||2||Square Footage:||1,200|
|Number of Bathrooms:||1||Zip/Postal Code:||12923|
|See MapPortions of this page and links may be provided by third party content providers such as MapQuest.com, and they are solely responsible for such content.|
This quiet property is bordered on the south side by a small, pretty stream which is accessible by a short trail through the forest. For gardeners there are several raised beds and the beginnings of a vineyard-which needs some attention.There are four structures on the property. One rustic large (mostly finished) passive solar 1200 square foot post and beam straw/bale home built in 2005,a small 310 square foot cordwood masonry workshop/guest house, a tiny 200 square foot straw bale/post and beam art studio, a shed for storage and firewood, and lastly there is even a cordwood masonry dog house.
There is telephone service that runs to the camp and electricity is available at roadside if desired. For now it can be powered by a small generator.The camp sits well off the road (500 feet or so) and is private. Be aware that the building has no electricity to it. We removed the solar power system (which is seen in one picture) to another location. There is a 120 foot drilled well and plumbing to main camp. No septic, composting toilet can be installed.There is a beautiful shower and on demand hot water heater. The main camp is heated by a soap stone wood stove. All other buildings are unheated but can be heated with a simple small stove or propane heater. This camp was my residence until last summer (when photos were taken) but moved for a job.