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Gorsuch-Hensley Real Estate & Auction, Inc. is pleased to offer for sale 151 +/- acres, located approximately 7 miles southwest of Lewistown, or 7 miles southeast of Ipava, in Section 30 of Isabel Township, Fulton County, IL.
The property is comprised of upland tillable cropland, rolling hillside timberland, creek-bottom along Otter Creek, and a set of building improvements. According to the Fulton County FSA office, there are a total of 51.5 tillable cropland acres. The corn base is 25.75 acres with a PLC yield of 104 bushels per acre; the soybean base is 25.75 acres with a PLC yield of 32 bushels per acre. Importantly, this property was enrolled in the current USDA Farm Program under the ARC-CO program designation. This farm is improved with an older 2 bedroom home, and 2 open-face pole style farm buildings that have been used for machinery storage. This property is located in a strong deer hunting/recreation area, and the topography varies from nearly level to moderately rolling. The 2015 real estate taxes, to be paid in 2016, total $1,912.84.
The asking price for the entire 151 +/- acre property is $499,500 total, or $3,308/ total acre. The Seller would consider dividing the farm into 2 tracts - for details, please contact the listing agent. The entire property offers good annual income potential, and exceptional hunting possibilities. The farm would make an outstanding purchase for anyone seeking improved recreational land, with annual income generation.
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