Built in 1786, North Forty Farm sits at the top of a hill in Townsend, Massachusetts with old White Oak trees, stunning sunsets, and cool breezes (or blustery winds depending on the time of year!)

The property contains a 200+ year old four-stall English-style barn, a Colonial Cape-style home, and a guest cottage which used to be a cooperage (barrel making).

There are a total of five fireplaces (not all working but nice to look at) and an antique cast iron stove in the kitchen which we use for added heat in winter.  

Currently, we are stewards to a large raspberry patch, four Nigerian Dwarf goats, four Huacaya alpacas, twelve laying hens, and two horses who came here to retire including a Mini Horse!

Please check out our Gallery pages for photos of our farm and animals.