The Hunt Continues

When I’m feeling like this dream is miles and miles away from reality, I give myself a little virtual pep-talk, with a few quick searches on my favorite land brokerage websites. At I always find at least 5 properties that look great on paper. And tonight I found this one.

Don’t miss this farm property with an elevated setting and views of the mountains from this cattle farm. Much of the land is in pasture and there are numerous abandoned buildings including an old home, 3 bay run-in shed, outbuildings, trailer, gargage/shop, cottage, all sold “as is”. The pastures are fenced with some cross fencing. The land is very attractive and useable! Only about 10 minutes from Scottsville and 17 miles from Lovingston!

And at less than $500,000 it’s closer to what we might be able to afford than I thought we would be able to find. Most of the parcels I’ve been finding with 100 acres or more don’t have a live-able home, so my plan is to build a tiny log cabin for a few thousand dollars where we will live while we grow the business and slowly build the dream house. All we need is a new job for Tripp that will allow us to relocate…

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