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Robert, Home Buyer in 16066

Where can you find 3-10 acre farmettes in Butler County with zoining that will allow for a horse or two?

Asked by Robert, 16066 Mon Jan 14, 2008

Someone ask a close question and I was so please with the results I thought I would add my own question! I am looking for what I am calling a nice hideaway, retreat, place where I can get away from the city with my kids. It will not be my primary home, but I would like it close to my kids in Saxonburg and the Pittsburgh Airport. Someplace on the line in-between?

Thank you!

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Our MLS has strict rules about posting their information on another website. I am not certain whether I am permitted to post an MLS link with listings here on Trulia. I'm sorry. I would be happy to email you the search results if you send me your email address.

I hope no one gives me a thumbs down for this. I just do not want to violate the MLS rules.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
I don't know if you received an answer to this questions but given your location requests, I could easily find you what you are looking for. Feel free to call me directly to discuss. Many farms are available and listed in the Butler county area. I believe the requirement is 3 acres for one horse and 1 acre for each additional horse. But I could look into that for you. Please call me and/or drop me your information and I will be happy to help. They are out there, of course it depends on what you want to spend. I hope to hear from you. Gia.
Web Reference: http://www.giaandpierre.com
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