Glenville Farms, 648 Gum Tree Road, Cochranville, PA 19330 Highland and Londonderry Townships, Chester County
69 /- acres with 50 /- acres tillable. This property is being offered for sale subject to Township / County approval of subdivision. The parent tract in Highland Township is parcel 45-6-53, and there is a 9 acre tract in Londonderry Township that is included in this 69 acres that is parcel 46-2-2. The actual number of acres is to be determined by the survey, and the final purchase price will be determined by multiplying an agreed upon price per acre by the actual number of acres. This is a preserved property, and the existing mobile home could be replaced with a home, and could use the existing septic system, if acceptable by the Township. The buyer of this parcel will have to drill a well. No other homes could be built here, and no other subdivision could be done here.
The Owner of this parent tract will be keeping the existing two story farmhouse and detached garage, at the end of the farm lane. This 69 acre will have a Right Of Way through the existing farm lane to access the house and garage. This house and garage will be on approx. 1.5 acres.
This property has an existing 12’ X 65’ mobile home that is not livable. This could be replaced by another home, as indicated above.
There is a single slope storage building that is in poor condition, near the mobile home.
The three story bank barn is in fair to good condition and measures approx. 50’ X 90’. This has two additions to it which are set up for loose housing of heifers or other livestock. One addition has 48 free stalls.
There is a 45’ X 166’ free stall barn attached to the bank barn with 114 free stalls. This is a side feeding, three row, single slope barn with 7’ stall beds and 4’ stall spacing. This barn has an approx. 6’ overhang over the feed area. This barn has 101 head locks, ½ of which are Paul B. Zimmerman, and ½ are Sturdy Built.
This free stall barn is tied into a lined lagoon manure storage system. This appears to be in good condition with a chain fence and safety stop at the push off point.
This tillable land lays nicely for farming, and there is some fenced pasture. There is a small stream toward the back side of the property. There will be a 43 /- acre bare land parcel being subdivided adjacent to this property. The fencing on this property will not be the property boundary, between the 69 and 43 acre parcels.
This property is in a lovely setting, has some buildings with a lot of utility, and has easy access to Rt. 41. This property could be renovated back to dairy use, or used for horses or other livestock.