Lot 26 (with the big tree in the pasture)
One of many bunnies that call the property home.
Lot 27 (the flagpole lot)
The fence dividing Lot 26 and 27.The fence is on the property line.
Picture of the easement into Lot 27 (the flagpole lot). The easement adjoins Lot 26.
The path between Lot 26 and the neighbor beside Lot 26. There is a 15' riding path around the Lots. This means the fence you see on the right is 15' from the property line, giving you space to ride your horse around the property.
The double, run-in shed with dry lot
The double, run-in shed with dry lot to the left.
Lot 26 (with the big tree in the pasture). This lot has an easement as well.
This is the easement for Lot 26.
Another picture of the easement for Lot 26.
A picture inside Lot 26.
The double, run-in shed
A picture inside Lot 26, looking into the dry lot.
A picture inside the dry lot.
A picture standing just inside our backyard. This gate will be removed, as will the adjoining gate.The existing fence that you can see in image 2266 runs parallel to our house and has been run 15' inside our (Lot 16's) property line. We originally did this so we could create a riding trail between the lots should we decide to sell Lots 26 and 27 and separate them from Lot 16. Now that we are selling these two lots we will be running a new no-climb fence on the property line between Lots 16 and 27.