Absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidders. Location:
11724 & 11840 Lisbon St. SE, Paris, OH 44669
PARCEL #1 – 11724 LISBON ST. SE:
Approx. 40.8 acres. Arrowhead Orchard since 1932, excellent opportunity to own your own business. The Gram family has operated and made improvements for the past 35 years. Main building has the farm market, 2 large orchard coolers, grading & packaging areas, and a half bath. Second story is the top floor of the bank barn. Attached tool shed, plus a 30’x 50’ pole barn w/ lean-to addition. Large rear dock for moving produce. Toward the top of the hill is a nice 50’ x 96’ pole barn that is only 4 years old, 16’ high, and 3 sliding doors. Abundance of well-maintained apple and peach trees. Free gas. The Arrowhead name, website, Facebook page, and client list will transfer to the new owner, as well as the apple sorting/grading equipment. 3-bedroom ranch home with a 2-car attached garage on this parcel. The Arrowhead fall activities have grown throughout the years to include corn mazes, zipline, pumpkin patch, pick your own apples, hayrides, etc. There’s much more that could be added through the seasons with a following that is already well established! No zoning. Gross income information available upon request.
PARCEL #2 – 11840 LISBON ST. SE:
Approx. 48 acres. This farm has been in the Gram family since 1958. Sits back a long driveway and adjoins orchard to the east. Stately 2-story farmhouse with some recent updates. 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Currently rented for $900/month. Free gas. Original bank barn adaptable to any type of livestock. Concrete paddock, 50’ x 60’ pole barn, 2-car garage, several small sheds, and 2 older grain bins. Home overlooks pond.
Approx. 9-acre building lot located between parcels 1 and 2. Ideal for overflow farm market/festival parking. Gorgeous views for a new home as well. Shares part of the driveway with farm parcel. There are a couple rows of apple trees and old peach trees on this parcel.
Parcels offered separately and as an entirety and will sell the way it brings the most.
TRACTORS – FARM MACHINERY:
Ford N.H. 7700 MFWD diesel tractor, C/H/A, 6,250 hrs., paver shift – Ford 6610 diesel tractor, 4x4, dual remotes, front weights, 8,839 hrs. – N.H. TN75A diesel tractor with loader, 4x4, mat. bucket and pallet forks (bale spear sells separate), 5,049 hrs. – ’97 Ford box truck, auto, Cummins, 16’ box, 93K miles, good shape – (2) 18’ and (1) 16’ Kinder bale wagons – JD 7000 Conservation corn planter, set up for narrow rows – N.H. 848 round baler – N.H. 489 hay bine – N.H. 273 Hayliner square baler - N.H. 258 Rolar bar rake – Ford 501 3pt cutter bar – Lely 2-star tedder – Hay/grain elevator w/ elec. up/down – 12’ Valley stock trailer – Satoh Beaver III diesel tractor, 4x4, 681 hrs. – Brush hog 2212 batwing mower, 12’ – Ford 3-bottom plow – Rears 400-gal. orchard sprayer, rebuilt 3 yrs. ago – lat. 10’ transport disc – Lely Roterra 10’ plus 1 for parts – Kuhn 1219 manure spreader – New Idea manure spreader – 16’ homemade trailer w/ alum. deck – Rears 3pt flail mower, 1 owner, 8’, good condition – 3pt pallet crate mower – 10’ chain drag – Wilde Mtg. 3pt tree planter – 3pt post-hole digger, 12” – (2) 100-gal. sprayers, 3pt – Brownie weed sprayer for under trees – 3pt spear & bale carrier – 3pt blade – Kiddie barrel train – 3pt. fert. spreader.
FARM MARKET EQUIP.:
Clarke elec. forklift w/ charger – Komatsu LP forklift – Crown elec. pallet jack – Trescott turn table apple bagger – Shipping box stapler – 2 beverage air coolers – True 2-door cooler and freezer – Master-Bilt 2-door cooler – Display tables – Ingersoll 7.5HP air compressor – 2 M-102 Gen II apple cannons, new last year – 6 sets hayride steps – 100 bales straw – 5-14-42 fertilizer, half pallet – 4 pallets half-gal. jars – Tent canopies – Lifetime tables & picnic tables – Picking ladders – LP bird cannon – Stack of applewood for firewood – Little Tikes wagons – Tricycles – Farm market signs – Lg. octagon shelled corn play area – Bunn slushie machine – 3 homemade handwash stations – Snow fence – T posts – Old Yamaha 4-wheeler – Metal carport – Orchard sprays – Milkcrates – Apple picking sticks – 6 pallets peach crates – 300 apple bins – 1,000 apple crates – Early wood picking ladders – Remaining store inventory, apple butter, jellies, etc.
VIDEO: Additional aerial tour shot by Jason Bennett
Everything in good condition! Join us for this exciting event! We’d like to thank the Gram family for having KIKO conduct their auction. They’ve worked very hard to make Arrowhead Orchard what it is today! The possibilities are endless! Contact Matt Kiko for viewings or questions on terms or how to buy at auction. Lunch stand to benefit the Washington Twp. Ruritan Club.