Take a 7 million dollar virtual tour of a piece of Cooperstown and beer history. Farmland Estates is 18 acres sitting on Otsego Lake and was once part of Anheuser-Busch's original hops farm. You may have to hit the lottery to buy it, but hey, it doesn't hurt to look.

Back in the day, Otsego County was the hotbed for growing hops. Adolphus Anheuser Busch, the brewer of Budweiser and many other beer related products, purchased more than 600 acres to grow hops and raise the famous Clydesdales.

Farmlands is part of the original property. The home itself doesn't date back to those days but features similar architecture. In addition to the elegant home, with pools, ponds, and tennis courts, the property features a barn with stables, chicken coops and several feet of lakefront.

You can get more details at Top Ten Real Estate Deals website. By the way, the approximate payment would be $33,000.

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