This is a quality 327 acre tract that has it all. Good conservation and income with the Conservation Reserve Program, timber for the deer and turkeys, living quarters for periodic or full time use, large pond and good location on a hard surface road 5.5 miles E from I-35 and one mile E of Hwy 69. The CRP is in three contracts that has 44.8 acres at $145.67/acre that expires in 2022, 184.18 acres at $148.62 that expires in 2023 and 38.91 acres at $166.37 that expires in 2027. The building was built in 2010 with 864 sf of living area on the south end and the rest is machine shed storage with a large overhead and walk-in door. South end living area is well insulated with foam insulation. There is a large wood stove also. The electric is supplied by four solar panels and battery storage plus a LP powered generator. There is electric on the road if desired. The property has rural water to the building and outside hydrants. There is a large screened-in porch over-looking the pond and much of the property. There is a tower stand in the south central field near the timbered draw. Farm Service Agency farmland acres is 321.7 acres and County assessed acres is 308.8. The land is a 45 CSR and could be a farm tract if the new owner decides not to re-enroll in the CRP once the current contracts expire. The east and south boundary is an old RR right of way that is heavily wooded and good deer travel path. Address is 16206—250th Street, Leon, Iowa.
This needs to be seen to be appreciated. Access can be given only by Mark Gannon as required by the owner. Located in the W 1/2 of 3-69-25 west of the RR right way. Exact legal description is available.
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