West Union, Ohio, United States
Extraordinary, historical property
Nestled on the Edge of Appalachia in southern Ohio, this extraordinary Adams County property offers something for everyone. The four-bedroom farmhouse, historic 1850's barn and numerous outbuildings sit on 126 rolling acres featuring 35 acres of pasture, 87 acres of tillable land, two creeks, woods & stocked pond. Deer and wild turkey are on the property which also has spring water, a springhouse and three concrete receptacles for livestock. A variety of fruit bearing trees and shrubs including pear, apple and peach trees and black raspberries are on the farm. Hickory, Black Walnut, Sycamore, Sassafras and North American Olive trees are also found on the property. Crops grown include soybeans, alfalfa, wheat and red clover. The JZN Farm is a licensed dairy & has been a tourist destination known for its farmstead cheese, goats and the second longest Zipline in the state of Ohio. It has been featured in Ohio Magazine and The Wine Buzz.
12287 St. Route 136, West Union, Ohio, United States