About Comus Farm
Originally established in 1921, Comus Farm was a working dairy farm for decades within the Martin Family. Over the years, crops such as gourds, corn and soybeans have been planted and rotated over the sprawling hills.
Under new ownership since 2019, although the farm is no longer focused on dairy, it is still a working farm this day. Local farmers continue to rotate crops of corn and soy. Chickens roam freely on the grounds and goats offer their own charm as well.
Comus Farm 1972
The 100-year-old farmhouse is newly renovated with 7 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, an updated kitchen, heating, air conditioning, and a gorgeous wrap-around porch. The Farmhouse along with other additions to the property, are designed to offer guests a multitude of uses and ways to relax and/or celebrate.
Comus Farmhouse 2020
The farm shares several acres with Montgomery County as forest conservation where our Pine Forest lies. In addition to the beauty of the pine trees, Comus Farm has an abundance of wildlife such as whitetail deer, foxes, eagles, turtles, fish, geese, and pollinators like bees and butterflies.
Pine Forest Conservation Easement
Comus Farm will continue to grow and change as the years go on. Plans to plant pumpkins, berry bushes, native flowers and more are in the works!
Meet the Managers
Iago and Lauren are husband and wife, partners in business, and parents to their adorable son, Noah.
They invite families and friends from near and far to visit the farm and enjoy the natural beauties and peaceful escape that is their little slice of heaven.