Summit Springs Farm

Summit Springs Farm

Hello, and welcome to the on-line home of Summit Springs Farm!

++++ THE FARM IS FOR SALE ! ! ! ++++

NEW PRICE AS OF JULY 29th ! ! ! (see below)

From 2008 until 2013, Summit Springs Farm was a certified organic vegetable farm with a thriving CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program that received strong support from our neighbors in Poland and the surrounding communities. As we move on to our next adventure, we hope to pass this amazing property along to other like-minded folks. The potential here is unlimited, for all manner of farming, for recreation, for forestry, etc. Please use the links above to learn more about the history of the farm, to view photos, and to browse through the farm blog (inactive now, but a great way to get a sense of what we were doing here on the farm….more fun photos and videos, too).

The House:

  • Built in 1895.
  • 12 rooms total, with 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths.
  • 3rd floor in-law apartment with separate entrance.
  • 3600 sq ft above grade.
  • Modern appliances.
  • Slab basement with sump pump and updated heating and electrical.
  • Forced hot water, 2 woodstoves, drilled well.

The Land:

  • 44 acres total.
  • 12-13 open acres, a mix of tilled fields and hay.
  • Approx. 32 acres of mixed woods, including 5 acres of planted pine close to maturity.
  • Veggie fields were certified organic by MOFGA from 2010-2013.
  • 2 apple trees, 2 pear trees, 200 row feet of raspberries, well-established asparagus and rhubarb patches.
  • Outbuildings include a detached barn/garage, a 30’x96’ hoophouse, and 2 large toolsheds.
  • 500 ft of road frontage.

The current price for this property is $305,000.00For more information or to schedule a showing, please call John at (207) 831-8143 or send an e-mail to Thanks!!

You can also visit us on Facebook.

Summit Springs Farm
222 Summit Spring Road
Poland, Maine 04274
(207) 831-8143


13 Responses to Summit Springs Farm

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  4. Are you interested in presenting Grow Your Own Organic Garden at the Bridgton Library on April 6th?

  5. John says:

    Hello! Not sure we’d be able to squeeze that into our schedule, but give the farm a call…we’d like to hear more about it! 998-2196

  6. Valeria Kenny says:

    Hi, I was searching on MOFGA for a farm where I can volunteer and learn.
    I work part-time but have some weekdays free. I have no experience but am resourceful and a hard worker. Thank You. Please contact me if you are interested. I have a very diverse background despite no farming experience.

  7. Cheryl Gerrior says:

    I have to tell you that you have changed my eating habits in the last few weeks and opened me up to all kinds of great tastes. Made pesto with the garlic scape .. which by the way, I had no idea what it was! Now on to the beets .. yes, I only had the slimy canned kind as a kid, so I’m looking forward to trying the real thing! Thanks !

  8. John says:

    You’re welcome! Glad to see that the creative juices are flowing and that you are discovering new ways of eating. Be sure to check out our recipes archive here on the site for ideas!

  9. Mary Winsky says:

    Someone at Terri Young’s yoga mentioned you may be building a labyrinth. True?
    I’d love that.
    My brother Bill Allanach is enjoying your produce and shared your site.

  10. John says:

    A labyrinth? Well, that would be awesome! A labyrinth hasn’t been discussed, but we do plan to make a meditation garden here at some point. We’d hoped to start work on it this past spring but ran out of free time as the season began to roll along. Stay tuned!

  11. Kathy says:

    I recently helped a friend build a labryinth in Naples and I think she plans to open it to the public.

  12. William Keeler/Rochester Historical Society says:

    My name is Bill Keeler and I am the librarian archivist for the Rochester Historical Society in Rochester NY. I am doing research for an article on the Sibley squash that was introduced by Hiram Sibley of this city. I noticed that a member of your organization is a friend of Katrina and Hiram Sibley who still grow this squash. I was wondering if you could either pass on this e-mail or give me their address so I can contact them for information about the squash and perhaps an exchange of information on Hiram. Thank you.

  13. John says:

    Hi, Bill! Katarina and Hiram are neighbors of ours, and I’ve passed along your message to them. Good luck with your article!

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