The property has 95 acres of prime agricultural soils and 58 acres of soils of statewide significance predominately Enfield and Ninigret silty loams. 32 acres are in fields, 14 acres are wetlands and the balance of 161 acres are forested. The property has a history of tobacco farming and it supports a 6,144 sq ft tobacco barn in good condition. This is some of the finest soil in the world for agriculture. Local farmer has lease that runs until the end of Nov. 2021. Lease value exceeds $10,000/yr. The balance of the property is forested with extensive hardwood and softwood timber inventory. The land rises from the west to the east until it borders the Agawam town line. The New England Trail runs along the ridgeline which is east border with Agawam and is zoned agriculture conservation. There is an underground gas line that runs north to south in the western portion of the property.