Groth Hill Farm In Buckingham Township Is For Sale

BUCKINGHAM, PA — A historical 26-acre farm and horse-riding academy in central Bucks County is listing for $1.2 million.

Groth Hill Farm in Buckingham Township dates back to 1698 as part of William Penn’s land tract. The manor house, spring house and English bank barn date back to the 18th century and are registered with the Historical Society of Buckingham.

The property previously sold in 2005 for $1.38 million.

Here are the full listing details:

  • Address: 2903 Durham Rd, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • Price: $1,150,000
  • Square Feet: 2854
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 2 Baths
  • Built: 1875
  • Features: Groth Hill Farm is the perfect blend of romance and history. W/ over 26 pastoral acres, this historic homestead dates back to 1698 and is part of William Penn’s land tract. This lovely equestrian property is equally suited as a gentlemen’s farm and it has been lovingly restored and updated with all modern conveniences for today’s
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Substantial Dairy Farm With Subdivision Potential Placed On The Market For Sale


Drumlea
Farm

A highly-productive low-input
dairy farm on the outskirts of Hamilton – and encompassing
a substantial quantity of lifestyle block sized sections –
has been placed on the market for sale.

Drumlea Farm
in Ngahinapouri some three kilometres south-west of
Hamilton’s metropolitan boundary is a 336-hectare block
comprising 17 combined titles – 14 of which are lifestyle
block proportions. In addition, Drumlea Farm leases an
adjoining 27 hectares of land on its northern boundary which
is used mainly for grazing replacement cattle.

The
farm currently milks some 750 cows – with all replacement
stock carried on the property. At its peak, the farm has
carried up to 920 cows. Production records from the past
decade show the unit has milked between 252,000 and 353,000
kilogrammes of milk solids annually.

The freehold
property at 99 Livingstone Road is now

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River Farm, Part Of George Washington’s Land, Listed On Market

FORT HUNT, VA — River Farm, a 27-acre property that had been part of George Washington’s land, is listed on the real estate market for $32.9 million.

The property is the current headquarters of the American Horticultural Society. In September, news broke that the society would put the property up for sale, drawing outrage from some locals. Aside from housing the AHS offices, the grounds of River Farm are used for weddings, events and gardening. It is also a free community attraction that draws visitors to its gardens and displays.

AHS had purchased the property in 1973 with funds from board member and philanthropist Enid Annenberg Haupt. The purchase was made under the agreement that the American Horticultural Society would keep River Farm open for the public.

AHS had been considering a merger with the American Public Gardens Association and sale of River Farm as options to keep AHS going

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Kaz and Drew Morphett’s Cloverdale agistment farm listed for sale

The Pakenham South agistment farm of late sports commentator Andrew “Drew” Morphett and his wife Karen (Kaz) has been saddled up for sale.

Black Caviar headlines an array of Group One thoroughbreds to have spelled at the 3245 Ballarto Road property favoured by trainers including Peter Moody, Mick Price, Robbie Griffiths, Peter Gelagotis, Chris Waller and Wendy Kelly.

The listing follows the late-2018 sale of the Morphett’s 7 Morrisons Ave, Mt Martha, holiday home for $1.27m.

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Farm sitting on ‘buried treasure’ worth $1billion goes up for sale



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A cattle farm sitting on $1billion worth of sand has been placed on the market.

The Meridan Plains property, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, has spent the past few decades as a cattle fattening operation – despite holding the biggest deposit of alluvial sand ever discovered in the state. 

Now the 208 hectare chunk of land is up for sale and could become a lucrative investment for the right buyer. 



a view of a mountain: A 208 hectare property in Meridan Plains (pictured) that is sitting on $1billion of sands has been placed on the market


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A 208 hectare property in Meridan Plains (pictured) that is sitting on $1billion of sands has been placed on the market

The site is tipped to fetch between $7million to $10million, according to industry experts, meaning the next property owners could rake in more than $900million in profits if they mine the treasure beneath.

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WHAT IS ALLUVIAL SOIL?

SOURCE: Geoscience Australia 

‘The potential of the Meridan Plains

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Sunshine coast farm sitting on alluvial sand worth $1billion goes up for sale

Farm sitting on ‘buried treasure’ worth $1billion goes up for sale – but it will take a very specific buyer to unlock its true value

  • A cattle farm in Meridian Plains, QLD, is sitting on $1billion worth of alluvial sand
  • The deposit is the biggest found in the state and could supply QLD for decades
  • The site is tipped to sell for $7-10 million, but could generate millions if mined

A cattle farm sitting on $1billion worth of sand has been placed on the market.

The Meridan Plains property, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, has spent the past few decades as a cattle fattening operation – despite holding the biggest deposit of alluvial sand ever discovered in the state. 

Now the 208 hectare chunk of land is up for sale and

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Melita Honey Farm listed for ‘sale on hold’ until Tasmania’s border restrictions lift | The Examiner

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A honey farm at the centre of a tax evasion scandal will be listed for sale when Tasmania’s border restrictions are lifted. The Melita Honey Farm at Chudleigh closed June 30 this year, and has since been listed for ‘sale on hold’ by commercial real estate agent Knight Frank. “The timing of the listing will be dependent upon the reopening of the border,” current owner Remmo Beerepoot said. “The opening of the borders is very fluid. We will cross the bridge, in regards to this decision, when there is certainty regarding any proposed dates.” Knight Frank was contacted for comment. The closure followed a Supreme Court order for the devout Christian owners to pay $2.32 million to the ATO after years of failing to pay income tax. Farm operators Fanny, Lida and Remmo Beerepoot argued at the time that paying taxes was “against God’s will”, and said the

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Over $35.5 Million Sold Through HiBid.com Last Week; Bidding Now Open for Fine Art, Antiques, Farm Machinery, Vintage Audio Equipment, and More

OCALA, Fla., Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HiBid.com facilitated the sale of more than $35.5 million (gross auction proceeds) in assets last week, with 1,131 auctions held on the site from October 19th through the 25th. With 834,000 bidders submitting 1.39 million bids per day, on average, auctioneers sold more than 392,000 lots during the course of the week. On Friday alone, the auction platform experienced a record number of auction lots for sale in one day, with that total surpassing 740,000 lots.

HiBid works seamlessly with Auction Flex, a comprehensive auction management platform. HiBid supports webcast auctions, internet-only auctions, and absentee bidding.

October 19th-25th HiBid.com Highlights
Gross auction proceeds: $35,546,528 (USD)
Gross merchandise volume: $48,640,568 (USD)
Lots sold: 392,350
Online-only auctions: 1,042
Webcast auctions: 89
Average bidders per day: 834,000
Average bids per day: 1.39 million

Current Auctions
The information below highlights just a few of the

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The dogs included golden retrievers, a poodle, Pomeranians, terriers and a Lab.

HSI’s U.S. team flew to Seoul, South

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HiBid.com Sees Record Number of Bidders, Lots, and Auctions Last Week, Plus $28.9M in Sales; Antiques, Farm Equipment, and More Up for Sale Now

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OCALA, Fla., Oct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HiBid.com reports that nearly $29 million (gross auction proceeds) in assets were sold in last week’s auctions. The online platform held a total of 1,062 auctions from October 12th through the 18th. With an average of 808,000 bidders submitting 1.32 million bids per day, auctioneers sold more than 367,000 lots over the course of the week.

HiBid also set several records last week. On Friday, the online auction platform experienced its highest number of auction lots for sale (736,000), biddable auctions (2,693), and total auctions (3,020). On Saturday, HiBid set another record, this one for the most bidders from its many portals (127,000 bidders placing 209,000 bids), while total bidders from all HiBid auction sites reached 881,000. HiBid works seamlessly with Auction Flex

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