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28 acres in Vermilion County, Illinois

28 acres in Vermilion County, Illinois

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

Located near Danville IL, 30 min. east of Champaign IL, 2 hours south of Chicago, IL area, 1 hr. west of Indianapolis Indiana. Tillable area could easily be converted to pasture for livestock. Numerous home, or cabin construction sites. Excellent home site development potential. Electricity is present at property. Private and secluded. Ideal for camping, hiking, horseback and/or four wheeler riding.

100 acres in Parke County, Indiana

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

County: Parke
State: Indiana
Property Type: RowCrop /Recreational Hunting

+/- 100 Acres located in Parke County, IN.
+/- 30 Acres tillable.
+/- 10.6 acres CRP.

Ideal home or cabin construction site with high bluff views overlooking the bottom ground with southern exposure.

High deer density, with excellent genetics.
Excellent Whitetail deer, and Wild Turkey Hunting.
Outstanding Waterfowl Wing shooting. Migratory Duck and Geese.
Frontage on two different creeks. Pond Creek and Big Raccoon Creek.
Excellent Fishing!! Channel Cat and Smallmouth bass.
Heavily traveled trails, and creek crossings.
Mature Timber.
Tillable fields are ideal food plot locations, and excellent year to year income.
Road Frontage on the North side of property.
Electricity is present at property.
Ideal for camping, hiking, horseback and/or four-wheeler riding.

This farm has it all! Income, hunting, fishing, trapping, home or cabin construction sites, camping, and or ATV’s.
Surrounding properties consist of large timber tracts and agricultural fields. Pond creek and Big Raccoon creek serve as major travel routes for deer and turkey and offer exceptional water fowl wing shooting, fishing and trapping.

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+/- 73 Acres Parke County, IN

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

+/- 73 Acres Total, +/- 31 acres CRP paying $4,400 per yr. +/- 42 acres wooded. Located just South of Raccoon Lake in Rockville, IN, 1 hr. south west of (Interstate 465),Indianapolis area, 3hrs. South of Chicago, IL. Property has a variety of terrain changes. High deer density, with excellent genetics. Incredible Trophy Buck, Big Bearded Gobbler Hunting. Heavily traveled deer trails, and creek… more crossings. Numerous home or Cabin construction sites. Established wildlife food plots. Water well is located on the property and can be used for new home construction.

+/- 30 Acre Retreat

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

Located 1 hr. west of Indianapolis, 2 hrs. south of Chicago, 10 minutes from shopping and restaurants. 30 acres total, 12 tillable planted to clover, the remainder wooded, and home site 2,000 sq. ft. ranch home, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and large open dinning room. 30′ x 60′ Metal building with total electric Excellent white tail deer and wild turkey hunting Several areas ideal for pond construction Numerous home or cabin construction sites 1.5 miles of interior road system that is perfect for touring the property on a golf cart or recreational vehicle. What a place to entertain guests and family.

34 acres in Fountain County, Indiana

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

+/- 34 acres total, +/- 12 acres tillable, +/- 22 acres mature timber. 850 sq. ft. block home, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, newer gas furnace. 24 x 36 garage Well and septic Rock bottom creek, running water year around. Creek is located directly behind the house. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Mature marketable timber Deeded access with fishing rights to a private lake located north of the property. Secluded and private. The Lindley farm is an ideal weekend retreat. Spend your weekends hunting, fishing, and riding 4 wheelers. The tillable ground is currently planted in clover generating $600 per yr. income. The tillable fields are ideal for organic farming, gardening, or pasture for livestock. Access to the private lake is a short walk or 4 wheeler ride north of the farm.

99 Acres Parke County, IN

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

60 acres wooded, 30 acres row crop, 6.87 acres CRP. Annual income from CRP and Cash rent $2,640 per yr. 820 sq. ft. hunting cabin with finished interior, full bathroom, kitchen and covered porch. 26 x 40 storage barn with 10 foot walls and loft for additional storage. .25 acre pond stocked with game fish. Frontage on Big Raccoon Creek offering canoeing, swimming, camping and exceptional fishing. Property has a variety of terrain changes with timber, open meadows and creek bottoms. Established wildlife food plots, exceptional deer, turkey and small game hunting. The surrounding properties consist of large blocks of timber and agriculture. Gated and locked entrance. Improved .25 mile,gravel drive way with a solid gravel base. Property is navigable by vehicle. Underground electricity ran to the cabin and barn. 200 Amp service.

195 Acres Fountain County IN

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

+/- 195 acres total, +/- 130 acres tillable, +/- 65 acres wooded with hunting cabin and .75 mile of frontage on Sugar Creek. Excellent, annual, income return generated from the tillable acres. Exceptional white tail deer, turkey and small game hunting. .75 miles of frontage on Sugar Creek offering canoeing, kayaking, and excellent small mouth bass and channel cat fishing. Sugar creek is well known for clear moving water flowing year around. Improvements include a 20ft. X 20ft. hunting cabin with 220 electric, electric heat, fully insulated, tiled floor in all rooms; running water fed from well, hot water heater, stove, refrigerator, full bath room, sink, cabinets with sleeping quarters upstairs. Property offers numerous home and cabin construction sites with south facing views overlooking the coal creek valley. The entrance is gated and locked.

155 acres in Montgomery County, Indiana

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

155 acres of land, mostly wooded featuring a half mile of frontage along Sugar Creek. The woods consist of a mature, mixed Indiana forest which has not been logged in over 40 years and not hunted for the past 30 years. The forest has a variety of trees including stands of Maple, Hickory, Walnut, Beech, Oak, Poplar, Locust, Ash, Sycamore and White Pine. The property has a variety of terrain changes with several miles of developed trails winding through ravines and creek beds offering high bluff outlooks along sugar creek. The east side of the camp borders a half mile of Sugar Creek. The west side of the camp borders Indiana State Road 234. The camp is conveniently located within 1 mile of the entrance to Shades State Park. Camp Talitha was previously used as a Girl Scout Camp and is well equipped with numerous improvements such as cabins, lodges, and all utilities.

155 acres in Montgomery County, Indiana

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

155 acres of land, mostly wooded featuring a half mile of frontage along Sugar Creek. The woods consist of a mature, mixed Indiana forest which has not been logged in over 40 years and not hunted for the past 30 years. The forest has a variety of trees including stands of Maple, Hickory, Walnut, Beech, Oak, Poplar, Locust, Ash, Sycamore and White Pine. The property has a variety of terrain changes with several miles of developed trails winding through ravines and creek beds offering high bluff outlooks along sugar creek. The east side of the camp borders a half mile of Sugar Creek. The west side of the camp borders Indiana State Road 234. The camp is conveniently located within 1 mile of the entrance to Shades State Park. Camp Talitha was previously used as a Girl Scout Camp and is well equipped with numerous improvements such as cabins, lodges, and all utilities.

69.38 acres in Owen County, Indiana

Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by Travis Selby

+/- 69.38 acres total, +/- 8.3 acres tillable in 3 fields. The remaining +/- 61.08 acres are heavily wooded with a variety of mild terrain changes. The north fork of Jordan Creek runs through the property providing a year round water source. The property has county road access to the northwest area of the farm and also the southeast area of the farm allowing you to hunt this farm with any wind condition. This farm offers exceptional whitetail deer, turkey and small game hunting. The south 40 acres of this farm have not been timbered in the past 23 years. The north 21 acres were harvested approximately 20 yrs ago. The current timber stand is mature with a variety of poplar, oak, maple and hickory.

A mobile home is located on the property with electricity, water, and septic. A semi-trailer and small shed are also located on the property presently used for dry storage. There are numerous home and or cabin construction sites on this property.