The +/-162 acre consist of +/-29 acres pristine hay meadow that wrap the north tillable acres and run south to the residence. The +/-70 acres of native grass pasture run throughout the north timbered draws and south. +/-22 acres of tillable row crop currently planted to a 2nd crop of soybeans, with winter wheat harvested prior to beans. The +/-39 acres of hardwood timber stand are as good as they come. Primarily made up of Black Walnut, White Oak and Burr Oak, the harvest potential is incredible. The remaining timber stand consists of Hackberry, Elm, Ash and Cedar.Driving down the ¼ mile private driveway to the residence, you can see and feel the deep history this farm holds. The 1 ½ story farmhouse, built in 1900, offers 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with 2,726 sq. ft. finished living space and original hardwood and character throughout that would make a perfect lodge or guest house following the dream build. FreeState Electric, Rural Water District #3 and natural gas. Down to the working facility, take notice of the original 26’ x 40’ bank barn built in 1920 with well maintained stone foundation and hardwood loft floor. Working pens and corral area connect the barn and runs to the turnout area and lean-to. 73’ x 55’ hay barn with indoor pens ensures an area that is dried in for storage and livestock area setup for calving. The 62’ x 42’ machine shed provides ideal work and storage space.
Listing courtesy of Midwest Land Group.