The estate Østergård is located on the outskirts of Skærup town and is operated as a plant breeding property. The total property of the property amounts to 65.03 ha, of which 44 ha. constitute farmland in rotation, 5.7 ha. grassland with EU rights currently. not grown and 12 ha. forest, while the rest constitute garden, ...
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The estate Østergård is located on the outskirts of Skærup town and is operated as a plant breeding property. The total property of the property amounts to 65.03 ha, of which 44 ha. constitute farmland in rotation, 5.7 ha. grassland with EU rights currently. not grown and 12 ha. forest, while the rest form garden, courtyard and road etc. Almost all arable land is located together by the property, with the exception of approx. 4 hectares, located at one of the forest parcels.
The forest, which is situated away from the property, is divided into 2 parcels of 2 and 10 ha respectively. Both are listed as pine forests, and on both pieces of forest a subsidy has been paid after a stormfall in 2002, while also being replanted. None of the wood pieces have a stock of old stands.
The soil is currently rented out incl. parts of the operating buildings for an annual rent of DKK 246,000 excl. VAT.
The living room at Østergård was built in 1853 and has a total living area of 385 m2, of which 100 m2 is the attic. The home appears in the interior with beautiful hall, dining room with herringbone floor and exposed beams etc., without being modernized. However, the kitchen is newer, while the windows have been changed, and a pellet boiler is also installed in the utility room next to the old oil burner. It is a large farmhouse with the possibility of utilizing additional square meters in the ceiling. However, the house is not up to date, and does not live up to today's standard in relation to bathrooms etc.
The living room is yellow with red tile roof. On the facade of the house in the courtyard, a wall of walls has been set in white lime sandstone. There is no conservation status at either the farmhouse or any of the property's operating buildings.
To the property belongs a small dwelling on Nederbyvej 30, which is not self-matured. The house from 1917 is built in red stone with eternity roof and is opposite the property on the other side of the road. According to BBR, the home has a total living area of 64 m2. The home is empty and is free of leases.
The property's farm buildings are all older buildings that contain drawer, gl. cattle and pig housing, machinery and workshop and garage. All farm buildings are built in red stone with the exception of the machine house.
The property is sold as a death estate with a disclaimer.