The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse specializes in the production of pure maple syrup and a unique, specialty food product line that utilizes maple as a main ingredient. The sugarhouse holds a 4x14' SS evaporator and includes an annex for filtering and bottling. There are over 3000 taps avaiable - both on the farm and on the surrounding 250 acres owned by the Worcester Diocese, with permission to tap and 1st right to own. The farm has 2 greenhouses and a high tunnel, along with a field crop area, 2 1/2 acre orchard, and berry and grape rows. There is also a small pasture with a lean-to. The hightest part of the farm, approx. 4 acres, would be perfect as a solar farm. One greenhouse is hard-sided and is perfect for controlled germination via grow mats and domes. Greenhouses come with grow mats, domes, flats, cells, and pots. There are also potting benches, a docimeter, and irrigation lines. The larger of the 2 greenhouses has been used transformed into a maple history museum each March for sugaring tours, and can seat 50 people. The sturdy barn is divided into a workshop and the farm retail shop. Its loft is dry and perfect for storage, and the floor is cement. A wide driveway separates the barn from the house. The federally licensed commercial kitchen is attached to the house by a mudroom, and an attractive farmers porch which runs along the length of it. It contains all the necessary tables, shelving, prepping, and equipment necessary for specialty food production, bottling of maple syrup, and and production of maple value added products. It could also be rented out as additional revenue.
The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse comes with a known brand, with over 20 years of recognition. Its web site pops up with a high placement because of this recognition. The business continues to be viable during the selling process, so the new owners can step into the revenue stream immediately, and then choose to make changes as they see fit. All branding products and proprietary marketing materials would be part of the sale, as would recipes and formulations, training, and consulting services. Web site for orders, customer base, wholesale base, and direct sale events and opportunities would also be included, along with all business records. It is important to note that over the 20+ year history of this farm/business, the husband-wife owner team never used employees to manage the operation.
This small farm, dating back to 1867, just shy of 9 acres, is located on a quiet, dead-end street in North Brookfield, MA, Worcester County. Surrounded by 250 acres of woodland and wetlands, it has a strong rural, agricultural appeal. There are a multitude of revenue opportunites with this farm - agriculture, specialty food production, agri-tourism, etc. It is very easy to find, as it is 2 blocks from main street and 5 blocks from the center of town. Its history has been recorded by a local historian and that information is available.
This beautiful little treasure trove of opportunities must be explored for all it is worth. For more information, please contact:
ERA Key Realty Services