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Farmland & Price Summary
933 Title Acres (ISC)
932 Total Acres
240 Hay/Grass Acres
676 Native Pasture Acres
16 Wetland/Bush Acres
$481,700 Total Assessed Value
$82,657 Average Assessment per 160 Acres
40.9 Soil Final Rating (Weighted Average)
$1,100,000 Farmland Price
$1,180 per Total acre (ISC)
Residence: Bungalow, with two (2) bedrooms and one (1) bath (4 pc.) 1447 sqft with 3-season porch room (no inside access), built in 1950s, remodeled and with additions in 2007. It has a large deck with rail and south facing. High efficient furnace, new in February 2021. It has a wood stove as back-up in living room. Water heater also new in 2021.
Fenced, barb varies from almost new to needs repair.
Water softener included.
Propane tank rented, new in 2021
Yard lights (2, eye and switch)
Quonset: 40' x 60', metal, arch rib, cement floor, 110V & 220 V power. High profile for the time, located on SE 27.
Septic Tank, pump-out by corrals, new sewer pump in 2021
Well and underground power are available on 2nd yard site (SE 27, in middle quarter near north side of quarter, no transformer and septic tank)
Barn: 110V power, dirt floor, has been used as horse shelter in recent years. (tack shed, misc. buildings and overhead grain bin)
Corrals: metal corrals and handling system will hold 1000 yearlings. Tub & squeeze, alley holds 17 cows, manual squeeze.
Two (2) watering bowls: well, drilled 250' pump set at 180', was rated at 52 gpm. New pump pressure system under 10 years old. Well was re-drilled with plastic casing in last 30 years (new pressure tank in December 2021)
Vendor states that there is approx. 300 (+/-) acres could be hayed.
Mineral Rights, sand and gravel on SE 27-10-3 W3 are included in sale.
Some timber on farm worth $30,000 to $40,000, included in sale.
Possibility of renting out for season after May 1st.
Two (2) miles south of Leoville, then seven (7) miles east on grid 793.
Or 22 miles from Spiritwood taking Crescent Ridge Rd. at about 13 miles north of Spiritwood, Crescent Ridge road to yard is about nine (9) miles.