Greenhouse Complex in Eastford, CT for sale

The Land

Property Owner:

Farmer or farm family

Property Location:

215A Chaplin Rd, Eastford, Connecticut

Total number of acres available with this property:


Acres of cropland or tillable land:


Acres of pasture:

Not Applicable

Acres of forested land:

Farm Information

Water sources present


Water sources details

The well flow rate is 52 gallons per minute.

Barns, sheds or other structures


Farmer housing

None available

Equipment and machinery

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement

Property for sale

Sale price

Additional Information


Priced to sell at $399,900! Also CTMLS G10190471. A rare opportunity to own a ~40000 sq ft greenhouse complex, that sits on a 9.2-acres rear lot in Eastford, CT.  The greenhouses were used to produce lettuce, cucumbers, herbs, and tomatoes using hydroponic methods.The facility, which is about 40 miles from Hartford, CT; Worcester, MA; and Providence, RI, can be used to supply markets of north eastern Connecticut, south Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. 

Three large greenhouses (2,500, 11,300, and 18,000 sq ft) are connected to the 3,200 sq ft main building, where the main production line and dock are located. By the main building stand a 4,000 sq ft free standing greenhouse and a 3,000 sq ft building. 

Automatic lighting and ventilation systems are built to ensure the optimal growth environment for crops. The facility is able to do food grade processing as well as certified organic and Kosher growing and processing. The well flow rate is 52 gallons per minute. There is an open area on the land for solar panels to reduce electricity costs. Last but not least, the complex features 1000 amp electrical service.

Motivated seller. 

Call Kate (860) 456-7610 x 12 for more information.

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