Turn key Equestrian property with added value of 4 well maintained income generating single family homes. Four tax parcels. 7 Barns, 214 Stalls. 3 large heated indoor riding arenas. See attached document for breakdown of Barn features. Property has 4 tax-key parcels. Lots of possibility for development. Log Home has water frontage. Boarder lounge has kitchen area, individual lockers, grooming bays and wash racks. See Documents - ''Equipment list'' for description of Barns, Buildings Etc. Frontage amount has not been verified. ONE-TIME OPPORTUNITY - MUST ACT FAST PRICE REDUCTION TO $2.2MIL (FIRM) SELLER NEEDS TAX LOSS THIS YEAR MUST CLOSE BY DECEMBER 17, 2018 PRICE RETURNS TO $6.5MIL ON DECEMBER 18, 2018 Listing agent must attend all showings. DO NOT TRESPASS
Electric to Site, Holding Tank/s, Septic-Private, Well-Private
Taxes & Fees
$61, 833 (2016)
This listing 19000 128th Street Bristol, Wi 53104
is a land listing
with on a lot of 7,405,200 sqft (or 170 acres). 19000 128th Street is located in Bristol and in ZIP Code 53104.
It has been listed on our site since 4/25/17.
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