This amazing property is now classified as a Maine Forever Farm. There is an easement attached to the deed stipulating that the farm cannot be subdivided and is to be kept as a farm henceforth. It was a fully operating farm up until this summer. The owner raised Alpacas in the old Poultry barn and sheep, pigs and poultry in the old dairy barn. The soils are documented by the state as ranging from 30% of the acreage having statewide importance. See the disclosure from the Maine Farmland trust. The fields are identified as having the significant and account for approximately 30 acres. The balance is in the wood lot which was last commercially harvested in 2008. The farm house has been stripped to the studs and completely rebuilt with new wiring ,spray foam insulation, drywall, plumbing and a highly efficient geothermal heating system. The Poultry and Dairy barns are all in decent shape . There is even a small building added in 2016 that is used as a farm store. Plenty of assorted berry bushes and a variety of fruit trees have been producing fruit for the farm.