County / Municipality: East Zorra-Tavistock, Ontario, N4S 7W2
Listing Remarks: Excellent opportunity! Flat land, just over a mile from the boundaries of Innerkip. The land is flat with about 5 acres of bush. The workable 96 acres is tiled. The shop measures 110 ft. x 50 ft., featuring 1 large and 2 smaller overhead cranes, 2 offices with a kitchen and bathroom space. There is set-up for computers; shop is heated with propane except the offices, kitchen & bathroom where electric heat has been installed. The shop has has been leased until the end of August 2017 (at $2000/month) and the land is leased until December 2021 (at $350/acre/year, bringing in $33,600 plus HST.) Currently the land is used to grow corn, beans, winter wheat. The shop has been set up for use of air compressors, also for welding; currently being used as a paintshop for cars. Property Legal Description: EAST 1/2 LT 10 CON 14 EAST ZORRA EXCEPT PL 1023 County / Municipality: East Zorra-Tavistock, Ontario, N4S 7W2 Directions: North of Woodstock on Hwy 59, Right onto Road #33.
Land Remarks: Located just over a mile from the edge of Innerkip, on flat land. About 5 acres of bush, and about 1 acre for the shop and driveway, etc. The 96 workable acres are systematically tiled. Currently used for beans, corn, and winter wheat. CHU-M1 (Ontario Ministry of Agriculture) appx. 2900. Soil Type Coarse loamy-silty, mildly alkaline, moderately calcareous. Total Acreage: 104.00 Workable Acres: 96 Irrigated Acres: 96
Workshop 1: 50 ft x 110 ft., with 1 large and 2 smaller overhead cranes. Propane heat. Set up for use of air compressors, and for welding. 2 offices (with set-up for computers), a kitchen and washroom.... are electrically heated. Currently leased.
Other 1: ....96 acres leased until end of crop year 2021. $350/acre/year = $33,600/year. ....shop is leased until end of August 2017 for $2000/month = $24,000/year. Tenant will remain without lease after that. Water Sources: Dugout
How to View: Call listing agent: 519-533-7856
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