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Tom Rayburn
Mossy Oak Properties AgriRec Land Co - Carthage
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46 acres in Pike County, Illinois

34198 State Hwy 104, Baylis, Illinois 62314 - Pike County
$147,200 46 Acres
Property ID 3141041

Description

UNDER $150,000 for This is 46+- acres of some of the finest deer and turkey hunting in the world!
This property is in a great location, both for the access and for growing big deer. You can access the entire South end of the property right off Hwy 104, and you can access the entire West line off of a well maintained gravel road. The property is mostly rolling hills with hardwoods and buck brush and briar thickets. There is a year round creek that cuts through the property. There are a couple of good sized food plots but there is room for several more. There is a bush hogged road system on the property for easy walking to and from your stands. This block of timber is part of a huge block of timber that works as a travel corridor between all the neighbors tillable fields. This is Pike County Illinois, so you know the deer grow big and there are lots of them!
There are also a couple of gorgeous home sites, and there is county water and electric access off the gravel road. This is a hard find in today's market!!!
For a private showing call Cabot Benton at 217-372-2598 or [Email listed above]

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Tom Rayburn

Mossy Oak Properties AgriRec Land Co - Carthage

39-1/2 North Madison Street
Carthage, IL 62321

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