A turn-key horse breeding estate offered by Lusk
- July 31, 2020
- By Staff Writers
YORK, Pa--As you pull off Mt. Pisgah Rd, the mature Black Locust tree lined driveway leads you to a perfectly laid out, turn key horse breeding operation, veterinarian clinic and/or an incredible "gentleman's" farm.
This property is designed to raise grand equine athletes.
The soil is perfect for raising livestock because it drains incredibly well, providing an improved footing, yet it is rich in nutrients necessary to grow and develop young bones.
The first structure is a manufactured home; a three bedroom with an office.
The second structure is the 24' x 60' barn.
The third building was constructed in 1992 and designed as a bank barn, naturally ventilated with 14 oversized 12 x 14 stalls.
This Hemlock structure includes a 24 x 30 area that can be accessed by a laboratory and/or a 16' entrance.
This area is now fitted as a breeding shed and still has a receiver for a stallion mount; making it perfect for a veterinarian clinic and/or equine rehabilitation center.
The hay loft is situated over the center aisle on both ends and features skylight panels for natural light.
The barn is also fitted with a wash stall and an office designed to keep the laboratory segregated from excessive foot traffic of the staff.
The upstairs office area was constructed to incorporate three offices, a reception area, a full bath and two ancillary rooms that open into a large 16" x 48" room; behind that are two 12 x 14 rooms and a large conference room that is 12 x 24 overlooking the valley.
Call Anne M Lusk @ 717-291-9101 for more details and showings.