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The median home value in Effort, PA is $325,000. This is higher than the county median home value of $194,000. The national median home value is $277,796. The average price of homes sold in Effort, PA is $325,000. Approximately 77% of Effort homes are owned, compared to 14% rented, while 9% are vacant. Effort real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Effort real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Not In Developement
Lot size:
33.43 Acres
Year built:
Courtesy: Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties Ltd
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Rare opportunity to rent 15 stalls at this nicely set-up equestrian facility on 33+ acres! Enjoy riding in one of the largest indoor rings in area measuring 70 x 170. 17x45 heated viewing room w/ office, wash stalls, grooming stalls & tack rooms. Women & men's restrooms. 2 outdoor fenced riding rings, one is 90 x 180 & the other is 150 x 300 & has a judgeâs booth. 10 fenced pastures & a pond. The 15 stalls to be rented: half of the barn on right side when facing barn. Paved driveway - plenty of room for trailer turn-around. Tenant will have use of all paddocks & riding arenas, hayloft, feed & tack (purchaser will have the option of changing usage). Farm will remain for sale. Living quarters are not included. Decent credit score & references required. Tenant is responsible for stall maintenance. Electric for Barn to be put in tenantsâ name. Tenant must carry insurance of 1 million liability and must give landlord an accord form naming Landlord as additionally insured before moving horses onto the property. Tenant also needs to carry care, custody and control insurance. If insurance lapses at any time Tenant will not be able to conduct any business and boarders of tenant will not be able to ride their horses. If tenant uses bulk sawdust, it must be stored away from the building. Bagged shavings can be stored in the hayloft or storage area by indoor arena. Tenant responsible for removal of their garbage. Landlord will be responsible for plowing a path in front of barn. Tenant will be responsible for plowing the parking lot or any additional area tenant may want. Landlord will be responsible for mowing front side of barn and area in front of houses. Tenant will be responsible for all paddock and riding arena maintenance including mowing in and around riding rings and paddocks.

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