Proud Lineage. Moon farm, f/k/a Heritage Hill Farm, an integral part of Ashland’s history. The stately federal colonial sits on the hillside overlooking the Squam River and town. Once home to the Packard Family who grazed their sheep in its vast pastures for their woolen mill located downtown. The barns and outbuildings were also used for an active dairy farm. Three stories tall, the old barn not only housed cows but hosted barn dances and social gatherings on the top floors. Over the years the property was a Morgan horse farm and today a rescue sanctuary for retired Thoroughbreds. Currently the barn consists of 2 standard size stalls and 2 half size stalls. The hayloft can hold 10 tons of hay. 2000 feet of newly constructed top of the line vinyl Blackline Ranch 4 Rail fencing for the ultimate grazing experience. Nearly 30 acres in total with lots of riding and trail opportunities. Beautifully landscaped perennial gardens, raised beds, fruit trees, babbling brook and old growth Maples make this property priceless to anyone looking for the quintessential New England farm. Showing start with the Open House on Saturday July 1st.