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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Van Buren County Iowa

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$475,800 122 acres
300th St, Cantril, IA 52542 - Van Buren County

122 acres Cantril, IA

122 +/- acres located on the Missouri, Iowa line in Van Buren County, IA; 92 +/- acres of highly productive tillable farm ground. The farm has new terraces and is on a share crop 50/50 rent for 2016, with an average CSR2 of 51. If you are looking for hunting-with-income, this land will give you the best of both worlds! Excellent whitetail deer hunting, Van Buren County is famed for the elusive big bucks, as is northeast Missouri. The timber on the property provides outstanding wildlife habitat, plenty of indication of deer movement on the property. If you are looking for a diverse piece of ground, this one is worth consideration! Agent owned. If you would like an appointment to view this great property, please call Kevin at (660)651-
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$135,000 6 acres
25229 Hwy 1, Keosauqua, IA 52565 - Van Buren County

6 acres Keosauqua, IA

This adorable cedar cabin sits on 6.8 acres in the Villages of Van Buren County, Iowa overlooking a 33 acre private lake. Great fishing in the lake stocked with bluegill, bass, crappie, and catfish. It is located on a hard surfaced road just 4 miles from Keosauqua and 2 miles from Lake Sugema. Great whitetail deer, turkey, dove and upland game hunting in the area. Rustic log railings and pine car siding ceilings give this home a warm, cozy feeling. Comes complete with appliances. Make it your home or your home away from home!
Barb Boley Mossy Oak Properties Boley Real Estate
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$99,900 1.93 acres
16245 Iowa Oak Grove Ave, Douds, IA 52551 - Van Buren County

1.93 acres Douds, IA

This 2 acre waterfront property in Van Buren County, Iowa is nestled along the bank of the Des Moines River and offers incredible views and access to the water. This property includes a 2 bedroom home with a nice deck overlooking the river, a 2 car+ detached garage, and a plenty of room to park your camper and boat. The property is located at the end of a dead end road, making it secluded, yet easy to access. Great hunting of whitetail deer, small game, turkey and more just up the road a couple of miles with 435 acres, m/l, of public hunting.
Barb Boley Mossy Oak Properties Boley Real Estate
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$93,500 17 acres
19454 Rte J40, Keosauqua, IA 52565 - Van Buren County

17 acres Keosauqua, IA

This gorgeous 17 acre waterfront property is located along the Des Moines River just outside of Pittsburg, IA. With the perfect mix of timber, food plots and beautiful views of the river, this property is a recreational enthusiasts dream! Located in famed Van Buren County, don't be surprised to find an abundance of whitetail deer, turkey, and small game calling this property home. During the summer months, do a little freshwater fishing and relax on the banks of the Des Moines River. This property has excellent paved road frontage, making access a breeze. There is a small one-room rustic cabin already on the property that can be cleaned up with a little TLC. The potential for this property is endless!
Barb Boley Mossy Oak Properties Boley Real Estate
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$410,000 120 acres
Stockport, IA 52651 - Van Buren County

120 acres Stockport, IA

120 acre hunting farm located just outside Stockport, IA. This farm sits in a excellent trophy managed neighborhood with Lee and Tiffney's hunting farm just across the road. This 120 acres is comprised of about 33 acres of tillable and currently brings in $5,161 per year. A portion of the total tillable has been utilized as a food plot and could produce a total income of around $6,000 per year if everything was rolled back into row crop. The remainder of the property is comprised of timber of which the majority is Walnut, Hickory, Red and White Oak. Water sources include Rock creek which divides the south end of the farm. Its 4 season creek that has water year round. There is also a secluded watering hole deep in the timber that provides
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