50 acres in Winneshiek County, Iowa
Decorah, Iowa - Winneshiek County
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|Property ID: 449812|
Our company is excited to offer a diamond in the rough type 50 acre tract of property that has everything an outdoors person would want. The North Dear Creek, one of Iowa's premier trout streams, runs through the eastern portion of the property. Streambank stabilization was done by the Iowa DNR in 2005. The 50 acres is comprised of the following: 8.81 acres seeded to wild flowers and is in a 15 year CRP contract, 4.57 acres along the trout stream is enrolled in a Riparian wild life CRP contract, it is in the 3rd year of a 15 year contract,4.81 acres of bottom land in the 5th year of a 15 year CRP contract, 6.78 acres in open tillable land ( would be an excellent building site), 15 acres of woods that includes many oak and cherry trees, and the balance of approximately 10 acres of open pasture. The total CRP payments equal $2,000. The property has abundant numbers of whitetail deer, wild turkeys and pheasants. The DNR annually stocks the stream with trout. The property has access to active farm road that borders the property on the south and leads west out to the township gravel road. There is a windmill on the property on a ridge overlooking the trout stream, and would be another prime spot to build a cabin or home. You just plain have to come out and see this property with your own eyes, and the property will sell itself. Take the time to view this new listing. Priced at $225,000.
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