Unique and fabulously funky charm lends a special appeal to this early 1900s Farmhouse nestled into the rolling hills at the end of Limerick Lane. Rarely available combination of 2 adjacent parcels, totaling 2.28 +/- acres with privacy and open fertile land. Farmed organically since 2009 and Certified by CCOF in 2015. The soil has been enriched over time with multiple tons of compost, so the soil is balanced and productive; Organic Certification is not binding, but could be extended.
The sweet country home was moved to the site in 1980 and secured over the basement rooms. Elements of the original period remain. Bright country kitchen, old-growth redwood built-ins, and hand-poured glass sash windows with wide redwood trim. The kitchen and dining room open to wide decks with views of the surrounding gardens, hillsides and vineyards. Below the dwelling are functional spaces for laundry and pantry, plus large areas for playrooms and storage of produce, equipment or tools. Plumbing and electricity are easily accessible for alterations.
Convenient to the driveway is a wash station with refrigeration. Beyond that is the “farm parcel” with a producing farm garden, hoops that could be reutilized for a large greenhouse, summer sleeping platform, sheds for irrigation pipes and equipment, and jaunty chicken coop. To the south side of the drive is a converted garage, well house, water filtration system, and a 5,000-gallon water storage tank. West of the house is a 20′ x 48′ greenhouse, which increases the year-round potential of the farming activities. Whether continued as an organic farm, or transformed into a future estate, there is potential aplenty in this unique environment.