NIDO is a comfortable place to enjoy the special relationship between humans and horses. The 2,400 square foot pole and frame stable offers 7 stalls with windows, a tack room, and a hayloft. It has a soft aisle, electricity, two water sources (well and lake) and three board fenced paddocks totaling 2.5 acres.

An additional 7 acres of grazing and hay pastures are wire fenced for horses. In addition, NIDO offers 11.5 acres of unfenced fields and an exercise ring with water that accommodates multiple jumps.

A chestnut log tobacco barn and run-in shed, the oldest structure on the property, is located in a 3-board, 1.25 acre grazing pasture adjacent to the stable that also has water sources.

The 840 square foot pole and frame hay and equipment barn was built in the 1930’s with oak logs harvested from the woodlands. NIDO’s current owners added a lean-to made from reclaimed barn wood in 2010, providing additional protective space for vehicles and farm equipment. When not housing equipment, built-in folding serving tables make the lean-to an excellent gathering place for outdoor events.

This 480 square foot outbuilding houses a workshop with a woodstove (280 square feet), a garden room with a built-in workbench and shelving (85 square feet), a chicken area (65 square feet), and a half bath (15 square feet) with its own septic tank.  It has electricity, an outdoor water source, and a 1,464 square foot animal pen.