This Waterville area farm has everything a first time farmer needs to get started. It lies near Dry Hollow where the thick forested bluffs of Eastern Allamakee open into the fertile ag and timber mixed hills in the central part of the county. The 1144 square foot ranch has been renovated as well as the barn with a few projects yet to complete. The 32 acres of mid 50 CSR tillable is currently being rented at $225 per acre and could possibly be expanded into more acres. The timber has a large population of walnuts of all ages including mature harvestable trees. The farm has been used to raise multiple types of livestock in the past and could quickly be converted back to that purpose. The 3 ponds on the property assure wildlife and potential livestock adequate water sources. The farm’s current owners have been managing it for trophy whitetails, which has become another revenue source on the farm. The terrain allows the farm to hunt very large for its size with more than average stand locations in proven spots. A large part of the timber has been designated as sanctuary with very little human intrusion allowed. This is a very important feature not always practical on a farm of this size. Mature bucks have been documented on the farm consistently including the harvest of a 190 class animal on the East end of the farm (not currently listed but available under certain terms). The sellers are very flexible and will consider splitting acres as well as adding additional adjacent acres (info upon request).