Well-situated presentable leisure farm in Pjedsted with a total landing of 20.72 ha. Ca. 14.57 ha. is arable land, 1.41 ha. meadow and 3.52 ha. Forest. The rest is garden, road and courtyard etc. All the arable land is located by the property only separated by the road and is currently. leased. The forest and ...
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Well-situated presentable leisure farm in Pjedsted with a total landing of 20.72 ha. Ca. 14.57 ha. is arable land, 1.41 ha. meadow and 3.52 ha. Forest. The rest is garden, road and courtyard, etc. All the arable land is located by the property only separated by the road, and is currently. leased. The woods and meadows are located away from the property on 2 separate plots. The whole forest is pine forest and the meadow is somewhat wet and without EU support.
Rosengaard is a family farm that can be traced back to the 1600s. The living room was built in 1860 and in 2003 was renovated with great respect for the original. Roofs and windows are from 2003, and inside there are insulated and molded new floors with floor heating etc. The home is contemporary and appears in absolutely good condition. Layout: Utility room, good bathroom with large shower, nice dining kitchen with good dining area and newer cupboard elements. From the kitchen there is access to a room / office, large lovely bright living room, entrance / storage room, bathroom, smaller hallway, room, hall with staircase to the attic, large dining room. Roof floor: Repos / living room + 3 rooms and unused loft. One room is wet-room proof in preparation for a bathroom. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor with the exception of the dining room.
The garden behind the farmhouse is newly laid and park-like with large trees and a lovely open view of the land to the property.
The outbuildings are primarily older buildings. In the 3-length courtyard, a long garage has been rebuilt and left behind the storm in 1999, while the two other former barn lengths are used for outbuilding / storage and boiler rooms with stoker lighthouses. There is a silo with automatic feeding of wood pellets to the stoker furnace.
In addition, there are 2 machinehouses, one of which is fixed. At the back of the buildings in the courtyard there are 2 former barn lengths that are currently. is rented out in 2 leases for an annual rental income of DKK 30,000 + VAT. Furthermore, a slurry container that is currently in use. Not in use but controlled.
The property receives water from Pjedsted Vandværk and is the waste water sewer.
An idyllic property where you immediately feel at home, and feel the calm lower.
There are also good opportunities for both hunting and forestry on the property.