Land for Sale in Illinois
Find Farms, Ranches, Acreage, and Country Homes for Sale
In terms of its size, Illinois is the country's 25th-largest state, covering an area of 57,918 square miles (37 million acres). Of this area, 55,519 square miles (96 percent) is made up of land, while the remaining 2,395 square miles is covered by water. Illinois offers abundant fishing opportunities across its diverse spread of lakes, rivers and streams. Hunting in the state is similarly popular, with game species including waterfowl, deer, wild turkey, raccoon and even skunk. Lands of America research shows that 97 percent of land in the Prairie State is privately owned. Illinois's current price-per-acre average places it 19th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $339 million of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 46,759 acres. Hunting Land was the most common type of land for sale in Illinois. Of the 102 counties in Illinois, Will County had the most land and farms for sale.
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ROCK ISLAND COUNTY, IL LAND AUCTION
610 ACRES (SUBJECT TO SURVEY) 9 TRACTS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2016 AT 5:00 P.M.
Auction to be held at the American Legion, 829 16th Ave., East Moline, IL 61244
Land is located in Sections 16, 19, 20 & 21, T18NR1E, Hampton Township, Rock Island County, IL.
Land represents highly productive Class A farmland, improved pastureland, premier potential building sites, (2) historic country homes and large mature timber tract which offers premier whitetail deer and wild turkey hunting.
Wanda I. Ellis Trust
Mary Ellis Grafton
Robert H. Alvine
Alvine & Alvine
501 15th Street #503
Moline, IL 61265
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONJanuary 14th, 2017 @ 10:00 amSale location: 3109 Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL 62035/ AWSC Trap HouseFor: A. Bartlett/ E. Gowin
76.50 acres of mostly tillable acreage is being offered at auction in two tracts. This farm is located in Section 33 of Piasa Township and within minutes of I-255. Together both tracts offer approximately 55 acres +/- tillable with the remainder in timber and a creek. The crop productivity index is 109 with soils consisting mostly of Wilbur Silt Loam, Winfield Silt Loam, Winfield Silty Clay Loam, and Elco Silty Clay Loam. The timber ground is rolling and offers mature trees and a portion of Little Piasa Creek. Both tracts would be good custom home sites for one or multiple homes. Enjoy hunting, atv's,
This is a tremendous industrial development site.
Easy access to Chicago via I-394
Only 5 miles north of the proposed Illiana expressway.
It's located at the NE corner of the proposed Peotone airport
CSX Mainline Rail frontage
IL Rt. 1 frontage & Goodenow road frontage
Total Acres: There are a total of 127 acres, more or less, according to the Ogle County Assessor's Office.
Tillable Acres: There are approximately 111.7 tillable acres.
Price and Terms: The asking price is $39,900 per acre. The owners are seeking a cash sale. A 10% earnest money deposit should accompany any offer to purchase.
Financing: Mortgage financing is available from several sources. Additional names and addresses will be provided upon request.
Taxes:The 2015 real estate taxes totaled $3,160.96. The tax parcel numbers are #25-31-100-006 and #25-31-200-015.
Grain Markets: There are a number of grain markets located within 10 miles of the Ogle County Crossroads Property.
Zoning: The property is zoned 12 - Gener
Located in the Kaskaskia River valley of south-central Illinois, an easy drive from multiple metropolitan areas, River Bend Farm is comprised of 1,002 acres that are dedicated to the management of waterfowl and other wildlife. The property can truly be classified as duck nirvana while also offering very high-quality trophy whitetail deer and upland bird populations. Over the last 15 years, this land has been reconstructed from a grain farm to an intensely managed wildlife sanctuary featuring 816 acres enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) including a 4.5 mile main levee that surrounds 462 acres, creating 7 separate waterfowl impoundments with water-control features. The managed WRP lands have been transformed into optimal waterfowl
2,150+- acres located in Wayne and Richland Counties in East Central Illinois near Olney. This property is a large, continuous tract of land and to understand how large it is in writing is difficult. Its not often that someone on an ATV can not get a good look at the entire property in a single day! Acreage enrolled in Wetland Reserve Program.
The property boundary alone is 15 miles in length.
675 acres of timberland.
525 acres of built wetland impoundments.
500+ acres of natural wetland area.
450+ acres of land in tree planting and just emerging habitat.
Accessible to a road in 12 locations.
The Fox River travels thru the property.
From north to south it is over 4 miles long.
From east to west it is 1 1/2 miles wide.
155 acres with excellent frontage along I-80 in Morris, IL. 26,000 vehicles pass by this site everyday. Easy access to Rt. 47 and I-80, near shopping and the Richie Brothers Auction facility. Great property to buy and hold for long-term appreciation or develop now. Utilities available to the site from the city of Morris. Strong demographics for industrial developments in this area. Route 47 is being widened to four lanes for easier north-south traffic movement. Very good farmland with a PI of 128.
You can own 250+/- acres of famed Grassy Lake Hunting Club, located in Union County Illinois. This property is located just north of Ware, IL, and has consistently produced duck numbers in excess of 1200 per year, and over 2000 ducks a year more than once! Property is also as good as farm ground as you will find in southern Illinois, with nearly all of the 245 +/- currently being farmed. There are 5 grain bins that will store 35,000 bushels. There is also a home located on the property, as well as a 9 bedroom lodge designed to house hunters. There are 6 metal pit blinds, 8'x27' in length, and each pit holds five guys. Two of the pits have the ability to keep open water during freezing conditions. Three of the pits are dry pits and thre
-Great location off of I-55 at the Route 113/Exit 236
-Centrally located between Braidwood, Diamond & Coal City
-Rapidly growing area, 1,500 acres Ridgeport Inter-modal development just north
-Coal City Logistics Park to the SW
-Braidwood is eager to work with any commercial developer
-Part of the Braidwood TIF District
-Utilities very near site
Mark GoodwinGoodwin & Assoc
$3,066,329309.73 acres3 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 1456 sqft12000 North County Divide Road, Winslow, Illinois61089 - Stephenson County
This northwestern Illinois farm sits on the county line between Jo Davies and Stephenson Counties just northeast of Nora, Illinois or southwest of Winslow. The farm features 284.38 acres cropped to corn and soybeans with 22.91 acres of this enrolled in CRP filter strip programs through 2020. The corn base is 161.8 acres with a PLC Yield of 160 and a soybean base of 67.37 acres with a PLC yield of 50. There is also a 32.3 acre wheat base with a PLC Yield of 50. The farm is enrolled in the ARC-County FSA Program. 2015 real estate taxes paid in 2016 were $13,260.02. The farm is in Lena-Winslow School District. There is a farmstead with a 1,456 square ft. dwelling, grain bin, 3 silos, a pole machinery shed and a utility shed. A soil con
This amazing 626 +/-acre property consistently produces multiple mature bucks every year. It lies in the southeast corner of Pike County, Illinois. The west half of the property has open rolling CRP elds with small woodlots, low brush, and wooded creek draws. Long narrow CRP ridge tops fall off into large block of hardwood timber with steep ravines, creek, rolling timber ridges on the east half of the farm. The property has been intensely managed for the last 10 years by a farm manager that lives on and works on the farm year round. The management plan breaks the property down into small sections ensuring each section has the proper amount of food, cover and water. This allows the bucks to live in smaller home range, effectively holdin
United Country Trophy Properties and AuctionUnited Country Trophy Properties and Auction
Great location in active area of growth. Easy access to I-80 at La Grange road, comprehensive plan has this parcel as Office/Research/Corporate Head Quarters.. Easy access to shopping and transportation.
This absolutely phenomenal hunting and income producing property is a rare opportunity to own a large piece of both Calhoun and Pike Counties, some of the most sought after hunting land in the country. This farm has also been strictly managed for trophy whitetails for over 10 years with a 140 minimum. Big timber and perfectly placed agricultural fields provide several miles of field edge and a secluded habitat that is perfect for growing mature bucks. Deep ravines and draws with brushy creek bottoms provide optimal bedding areas and the privacy needed to hold deer all year. Several creeks and a small pond provide the perfect water sources; there is no reason for deer to leave this property! Several food plots already in place and standing c
157 acres of high quality farmland on Ridge road north of the Summerfield subdivision in Minooka. Only 1.5 miles to I-80 interchange. Water tower adjacent to the parcel and sewer available from the village of Minooka. Road frontage on three sides, Ridge road, Wildy road and Hare road. Minooka comprehensive plan allows for both highway commercial and traditional neighborhoods. Demographic profiles for the area are found in the brochure. Great site on Ridge road, with excellent visibility.
For many years this property has been operated as a church camp and retreat. Today it’s offered to the public market with a wide variety of potential uses. There are several buildings and improvements on the property that can be used to accommodate near 100 people! This property would make the ideal lodge for an outfitter, a turn-key camp for a non-profit organization, or a perfect location for a corporate retreat. The main lodge features a spacious commercial kitchen that provides the opportunity to cater and feed a large crowd. There are three other structures that are ideal for housing hunters or campers that include an A-frame home, a bunkhouse, and a modular home. There are eight RV sites with water and electric access. Several m
Seller will divide! 296+/- acres located minutes from Hwy 55 has numerous potential opportunities for buyers. Approximately 125 acres are tillable and 171 wooded. There are a couple of trails throughout the wooded acres leading back to Silver Creek. This is deer and turkey territory! Hunting opportunities are endless with smaller fields in the middle of the property ideally suited for food plots near the creek. The tillable acres are great for producing income to help the property pay for itself! Additionally, these acres are primarily flat and easy to farm and are mostly Class A & B soils. Over 50% are Marine silt loam or Perrion silt loam. Excellent road frontage makes for easy access to the farm!Call Elisa Royce :618.979.7013 for mor
An Island paradise in the Mississippi River! As expected with any Island destination there is sandy beaches, miles of shoreline and seclusion, but on this Island we trade the palm trees for big bucks, turkeys, and excellent waterfowl hunting! Most of the acreage is on Burnham Island in the Mississippi River. A small island makes up a smaller portion of the acreage, two tracts in the adjacent river bottoms and a portion of an island to the north. Without a doubt, this is a unique property with an abundance of deer, wild turkey, and waterfowl during their annual migration. There is an internal road system that serves as the main trail running north/south to all the main features throughout the property. In years past, there are several
Market Type: Rural farming community
Location Description: Approximately 4 miles north of Rt. 52 on N4050 Road.
Site Description: Flat farmland with frontage on N4050 Road. Grain storage has access to
E 13th Road.
Highway Access: Rt 53 4 miles south
I-39 9 miles SW
Rt 23 6 miles east
Road Type: Gravel
Illinois Big buck habitat at its finest. This large acreage farm has not allowed gun hunting for over 40 years and bowhunting pressure has been limited. Between a trail system throughout the entire farm and multiple access points for different winds and stand locations, this farm is set up to get in and out without being detected. The tillable acreage and multiple food plots are spread throughout the farm. There are plenty of water sources scattered across this tract with a creek, two ponds and a lake. With a home and multiple building sites there is plenty of room for your family or hunting club. A large shed is located on the farm to keep all your toys and equipment in. The farm also provides timber income through selective harvest every
This farm represents the pinnacle of trophy whitetail habitat in one of the most desirable areas in the country. Long narrow tillable fields in the middle of a large block of timber provide an excellent food source and strong annual income while allowing for tremendous hunting. Food plots have been built deep in the timber to help hold the top end deer that call this farm home. Access is tremendous with a road and trail system throughout the farm. There is access along the entire southern boundary from Bee Creek Road where city water and electric service is available to build your dream home or lodge. The rolling terrain and big timber ridges are also great turkey habitat that will not disappoint any hunter. There are an additional 32
102.3 Acres M/L located at the intersection of Interstate 255 and Seminary Road outside of Alton. There is approximately 1800' of road frontage on Seminary Road and approximately 1400' of land bordering the onramp at the SE corner of I-255. This is a third generation family farm that has exceptional development potential. This farm is currently being used for agriculture and offers mature hardwoods, beautiful views, and a variety of wildlife.
Imagine owning a whole Island that has sandy beaches, over 4 miles of shoreline, good marketable timber and best of all, is filled with deer, turkey, and other small game! Located in the Mississippi River just outside of Cairo, IL., this Island sits right at the confluence of the Mississippi & Ohio Rivers. The property consists of 99% timber that has long been established in Timber Management Programs. For many decades the T.M.P. has promoted a healthy wildlife population that in turn creates a target rich hunting environment. It is very common for deer to move on and off the island during the course of the year. Deer will swim from both Illinois and Missouri onto the island. This can become more common during November as bucks are
Western Menard County, 2 miles west of Petersburg, 3/4 mile north of the Newmansville Blacktop east of Atterberry Road.
A well located, highly productive tract of farmland comprised of 158.32 +/- total acres with 136.9, or 86.5% tillable acres. Road frontage is on the west end of the parcel bordering Atterberry Blacktop. Cropland weighted productivity is 135.5 consisting of predominately prairie soils. The parcel is unimproved with a large pond and approximately 9 acres of timber located on the east side of Atterberry Blacktop.
Minerals: Owner will convey any mineral rights possessed.
Topography: Level to moderately rolling.
Soils: Ipava, Sable, Rozetta, Osco, Sylvan-Bold, Buckhart, Clarksdale and G