Cobb Family Vineyards; Winthrop, ME; about 27 acres

Posted on August 14, 2017Last updated 7 months ago

The Land

Property Owner:

Farmer or farm family

Property Location:

475 Old Lewiston Rd, Winthrop, ME 04364

Total number of acres available with this property:


Acres of cropland or tillable land:


Acres of pasture:


Acres of forested land:


Other open and/or non-farmable land

22 tillable acres. 3 forested acres. 1 acre in orchard/perennial crops. 27 acres total.

Is the property enrolled in a current use or other state program that affects property taxes?:


Is the property protected with any type of Conservation Easement?:


Is there a forest management plan for forestland on the available property?:


Is the property certified organic, or does it qualify for organic certification under federal organic regulations?:

Farm Information

Water sources present


Water sources details

The water is supplied by a private main that was run across the property in exchange for access to the public supply.

Barns, sheds or other structures


Farmer housing


Farmer housing details

The home is early 1800's. The main floor is currently stripped to the studs. It needs to be wired for electricity. Insulated and drywalled. The second floor is ready for paint and finish work. The house needs doors, windows, a new roof, masonry work and a new sill.

Equipment and machinery


Equipment and machinery details

2007 Kioti 35hp tractor w/loader Land pride 60" Bush hog Befco 50" tiller, needs tines County line 60" row cultivator
Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement

Property for sale

Property for sale

Priced at $199,000

Sale price

Additional Information


The Cobb Farm was settled and built in the later 1700's by my great grandfather, Nathan Fisher Cobb. It has been passed by my paternal lineage to me. The farm was originally over a thousand acres but has now dwindled to just over 27. It has had orchards, been a strawberry farm, a dairy farm, had free range beef, sweet corn, pumpkins and a trellised grape vineyard. We are currently salvaging a post and beam barn that held nearly 40 Holstein cattle and 30,000 square bales of hay in its loft. We are also in the process of rehabbing a smaller hay barn for farm use. The farm had always adapted in order to survive, so my only wish is that the new owners make it authentically their own and lead it to a profitable position. The farm meant family to me growing up and that is the energy that waits for anyone willing to venture its ownership.

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