This 50 acre property with a barn has 1,000 feet of river frontage. It includes two cleared and ditched fields comprising about 6 acres total, and two river front meadows that were once pasture that could be cleared: 3 acres and 8 acres. The forested part is mixed woods: mainly softwood, juniper, some hardwood.
There is an old woods road to the back of the property, much grown in but could be cleared out and used again. The Mull River and its tributaries wind through and around the property; plenty of brook trout, even some spawning salmon in the fall (but you wouldn't want to eat them then).
A high bush blueberry plantation (38 plants) was established 5 years ago on 1/4 acre of field, and wild blueberries can be found throughout.
The barn measures 20' x 35' and has two floors. It's known locally as the 'Massey Shed' because at one time it housed the local Massey Harris dealership. The shed received a new metal roof in 2014.