Lying along State Route 417, just outside the village of Andover, sits the open pastureland with Dyke Creek running through the property. Take the gravel drive off Ray Hill Road to the south side of the property where you will find the buildings. The large barn is a great place for holding livestock with a drilled well, tall sliding doors, 200 amp electric, and concrete floors. Inside the barn are 3 stalls, a large holding pen, loft for hay storage and two additional rooms used as a workshop.
Surrounding the main barn is a well-built corral with woven wire leading to a second barn with concrete floors and two large pens. Also included is a separate third pen for holding animals, making this a perfect space for separating and handling all types of livestock. From the main buildings, a fenced lane leads out to the pastureland that is separated into several paddocks with existing fence. A large run-in shed sits in the pasture for the animals and more than a dozen metal gates surround the buildings; all will transfer with the sale. Existing drive leads off State Route 417 which provides quality access to the pastureland on each side of the stream.