The property this home was built upon was part of a 190 year old Farm and apple orchard, although the house is between 5 and 15 years old. Apples were Isle La Motte's main industry, and since then there hasn't been an industry to come here that has ever matched it's size. Most of the trees from that era no longer exist, but we do have two huge (45 foot tall) apple trees remaining, and two more that are 30 feet tall. Isle La Motte is home to some of the most historic granite due to 500 million year old oceanic fossils being visible in it, some look like huge snails, and the Fisk family was selling some of that stone from the island at their quarry, which is now a historical preserve. It's a very unique nature environment that is not only very interesting, but with alittle effort can be very fun and recreational.