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This is a rare opportunity to buy an acreage in the town limits of Kindersley. It is located on the southeast corner of Kindersley just past the Motherwell Reservoir. The land has just been subdivided. It is completely surrounded by a mature shelterbelt plus totally fenced with an elk fence plus a security gate. This 14.07 acre parcel currently operates as an orchard. Started in 2007, the orchard has approximately 1000 mature producing Saskatoon bushes, 200 tart cherry trees, 2 rows (400 ft.) of ever-bearing raspberries, plus two 40 ft. rows of Haskap bushes. Haskap berries are noted for their anti-oxidant qualities. In addition, apple and plum trees were planted approximately 4 years ago. The property has an orchard area plus an area that could be developed for a residence. Currently, there are 3 playhouses, 2 granaries converted for storage, plus a dedicated metal-clad storage shed.
Legal Land Description: Parcel #164664760. Currently zoned Future Urban Development (FUD).
Permitted land uses:
Commercial Greenhouses, Market Gardens, Sod Farms
Livestock Holding Pens
Municipal Facility or Protective Services
Parks and Playgrounds
Discretionary land uses:
Large Accessory Buildings
Municipal taxation for this property is currently taxed “Agriculture”. Further subdivision of these lands can be applied for through Community Planning in the Province of Saskatchewan and information on this process can be found here.
Please note that prospective purchasers must rely on their own research regarding further sub-division and the development of the parcel.
The acreage can be connected to town water for potable water. It can also be connected to the town's greywater system. The property has a small dugout for the current water source. Natural gas is close by. Don’t waste time trying to develop an acreage from scratch when you can get this one with a mature shelterbelt with a producing orchard. You can save a tremendous amount of time and work due to the additional uses permitted.