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Tom Rayburn
Tom Rayburn
Mossy Oak Properties AgriRec Land Co - Elk Grove Village
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0.01 acres in Shelby County, Illinois

Lot 14 Deer Lake Estates, Findlay, Illinois 62565 - Shelby County
$11,000 0.01 Acres
Property ID 2672634

Description

This is the perfect place to build a home in Findlay, IL 62565! This lot is located in Deer Lake Estates in Shelby County adjacent to Eagle Creek State Park. If you are looking for a place to build a retirement home, weekend getaway or just want to escape it all this is the place! Outside your back door is Eagle Creek State Park, which is located on Lake Shelbyville. This park offers an incredible golf course in addition to a boat ramp giving access to some of the most incredible freshwater fishing in the state of Illinois. Lake Shelbyville is known for an incredible walleye, sauger, musky, largemouth bass (a Bassmasters Tourney was held here), crappie, flathead catfish and bluegill fishery. Once your done fishing for the year you can pick up your binoculars to watch some of the migratory birds that pass through the area such as pelicans, loons, waterfowl, warblers, tanagers and much more. If you want a property with public land access, fishing, hunting, bird watching and good neighbors this is the place for you. You're not going to find many properties of this caliber so act fast, it won't be around for long!

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Tom Rayburn

Mossy Oak Properties AgriRec Land Co - Elk Grove Village

1612 Landmeier Road
Suite I
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

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