The five year plan is to build our straw-bale super-insulated home next to the existing buildings, retrofit the farmhouse to a higher building performance standard, heat both with geothermal sourced out of the pond, install PVs on the barn roof (or wind if we have enough, but I doubt it), replace our cars with electrics, and get to overall fossil-fuel-free carbon negativity for our extended family.
The long term plan is to have our kids grow up with dogs, goats, mountain bikes and cross country skis, and fishing in the pond, and to help shepherd this particular very beautiful piece of a very beautiful planet through all the changes that are coming. So far, my telecommuting arrangement is working great and I am convinced I can make it work long term. So I propose to stay on this land until I can't ride my bike any more and they wheel me off to the nursing home.
The short term will involve a few compromises including an existing coal stove, a riding mower for the extensive lawn, longer drives to school, etc. But you have to have a short term to get to the long term.
As a weak agnostic, I request those of my readers who are religious to pray that nothing comes unglued during the sales process, just in case it helps!