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Mark Gannon
Gannon Real Estate & Consulting

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$689,000 212 acres
Osceola, Iowa 50213 - Clarke County

212 Acres Clarke County

Here is a great tract for the recreational buyer wanting fishing, hunting and canoeing with a good location to I-35. There are several good building site for a home or get-away cabin. The farm was put in the Conservation Reserve Program in 2009 and 2011 in anticipation of building the ponds and wetlands area. The warm season grasses, wildflowers and forbs are now well established and looking great. Pheasants and deer have been noted this summer as well as turkeys, ducks and geese. There were two 1-3 acre ponds built on the eastern slopes in 2009 and 2010. The large pond/wetlands project was finished in 2012 at a cost of over $180,000 through a cooperative effort of the owner and government agencies. The dam is made to flow over in the
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$280,000 65.68 acres
County Highway G76, Lacona, Iowa 50139 - Warren County

65.68 acres Lacona, IA

This is a 65.68 acre tract in Warren County with 48.9 tillable acres according to the FSA. Currently there is 43.5 acres farmed plus hay acres. The east fields are terraced and the west field is pattern tiled creek bottomland. This land is well located with great access on County Highway G76. The property is approximately 1 mile east of Lacona. There is approximately 10 acres of timber in the NW corner for deer and turkey hunting. There is also some hay land being established east of the creek where small trees were cleared in 2014. The land is leased for 2015 but open for 2016. The lease terms are available upon request.
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$275,000 25.27 acres
Gear Street, Indianola, Iowa 50125 - Warren County

25.27 acres Indianola, IA

This is a new listing of an excellent opportunity to purchase a large acreage tract in the Des Moines-Indianola corridor with good quality land, wooded draws and a pond possibility. The tract is currently being split off from the larger acreage to the west and not yet surveyed. Flagged boundaries are approximate. Property is approved for a new driveway that will be installed when weather allows.
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