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Sunnycrest Farm
Property Summary and Guide
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59 High Range Road
Sunnycrest Farm offers pick-your-own apples, berries, pumpkins and flowers and features a country store that sells fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh-pressed cider (in season) and home-made baked goods. Shortly before Christmas, the farm sells cut-your-own Christmas trees and other seasonal gifts.
Permitted Uses
Pick-your-own (fruit, vegetables, flowers and Christmas trees), hiking, snow shoeing, and x-country skiing
Prohibited Uses
hunting, motorized vehicles, camping
No formal trails are in place on the property.  Visitors are encouraged to stay on the outer edges of the orchards or follow signs to pick-your-own locations during harvest season.
Points of Interest
Sunnycrest Farm
Conservation Easement
The Town of Londonderry owns a conservation easement on Sunnycrest Farm.  This easement prevents the land from future development, helps conserve agricultural soils and helps to make farming more viable in an era of high property values and tough competition from both national and international sources.   Easements have been used throughout Londonderry to preserve three working farms, including Moose Hill Orchards, Sunnycrest Farm and Merrill's Farm.  By securing these easements, the Town has taken action to preserve the local heritage, scenic views and the availability of quality, locally-grown produce.