Former mushroom production facility in rural Lawrence Township, Cumberland County including 15.23 +/- acres, two (2) 10,560 +/- sf metal buildings (concrete foundation/metal roofs) and a 1000 +/- sf machine shed. The two large buildings are 60' x 176' and the height is 14'. The first building has a loading dock with two bays, a packing area and 34' x 34.5 ' cooler. The cooler has (2) 10 ton reefer units and able to reach a temperature of 28 degrees. There are three insulated growing rooms (35 x 60) which can be accessed by garage doors on the Southern side of the building or main doors on the Northern side of the building. The second building is the same size but the layout is different. The building has offices, lunch room, (2) bathrooms, utility room, storage area, insulated growing room (35 x 60), cooler with 10 ton unit, insulated spawn room cultivation room, clean room for spawn inoculation/cooling area and autoclave area (2 million BTU steam boiler) where the cookers are built in. The machine shed building is divided into (2) 25' x 20' areas and is approximately 16' high. The floor is cement and a block base of about 4' high. There is a large concrete pad outside the building. The property has 4000amp 3-phase electric service. Each building has an 800amp, 3 -phase electric as well as a secondary 800amp service and a switch. The insulated greenhouses have cement floors and all but two have 10 and 15 ton HVAC units. The property is located in the Agricultural zoning district and the soil types are predominantly Hammonton and Downer sandy loam.