Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 12:00pm EDT
On-Site or bid live from anywhere at auctionnetwork.com
Open Public Inspections:
1-4pm Sunday September 30th and Sunday October 14th.
Amazing 97+/- ac equestrian farm with 7,000+/- sf 5BR 3BA plus 2 half baths with French Country design built in 2002. Three finished levels with the master suite located on the main level. The gourmet kitchen was built for foodies and chefs. Relax in the billiard room complete with wet bar. Stay comfortable inside all year long with the geothermal heat/AC.
Partial house generator also included. 1,800+/- sf attached garage, horse barn with ten stalls is individually metered and has its own well. You can also use the two large pole barns for additional stalls, hay storage, or equipment storage. You name it! Offering quiet living in a country setting halfway between Richmond and Washington, DC on the southern Fauquier County line.
“Towards Sustainable and Net Zero Living”
Derek “Deek” Diedricksen visits an Earthship (the architectural brainchild of Michael Reynolds) in Taos, New Mexico. The particular model, like many others, features earth berm air intakes, a water recycling system for its grey water, and the luxury of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and even a two car garage! Ashley Turin gives us a full out tour of this, one of the newest Earthship builds on the Taos compound. This sustainable and passive solar home just may give you a few ideas for your own future designs.
Published on Apr 23, 2018
As monarch butterflies prepare to fly north, Montana farm and ranch families are encouraged to help provide a layover for the iconic insects.
Elk Meadows by Marty Vyn Boennighausen
87(+/-) Acres with the mountains of the Ntl. Forest and state land, this is a hiking and hunting paradise with abundant wildlife and plenty of privacy. The views are unparalleled from every room of this custom home and from the expansive deck.
I install the upper course of logs on the walls of the log cabin and 6″x6″ hemlock timbers to hold the upper floor. The log cabin is taking shape as I complete one log gable end and start the second one. Autumn is setting in, the trees are turning and the animals are on the move with animal tracks all over the trail and deer, sandhill cranes and geese in the fields.
In the second half, I talk about my physical and mental limitations and why you too can build a log cabin or do others things beyond your self imposed limitations. I prepare prime rib and potatoes for dinner on the campfire, sleep on the floor of the log cabin and get up early to go after geese for the freezer.
This 40ft Shipping Container home is packed with clever space-saving features. It’s solar powered, collects rain-water and can even sleep up to 7 people! Read More: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/…