Farm With House Boasts Big Buck History In Southern IL


PRICE REDUCED!! Big buck enthusiasts, this farm has a strong history of drop tine genetics! The harvest photo you see was provided by the current owner. It was harvested many years ago, but if you look at the 2016 trail camera pictures from my camera, you will notice those same genetics still exist today. What I think makes this farm so unique is the vast amount of public land in the area that is virtually unhuntable. There are multiple areas of the adjoining public land that are very hard to get to for hunters. This provides an enormous sanctuary for the local deer herd. And if the big bucks are hiding back in the timber, this farm is one of the first they have to cross in order to get to big crop fields. Another thing that I really like about this farm is that it has a nice home and multiple outbuildings tucked ¼ mile off the road. You can use the house to stay in while you’re visiting the area, and then rent the grain bins and equipment storage for additional cash. Two ponds on the property offer a great place to fish in the afternoons when you want to relax. A large block of timber sits across the railroad tracks. The railroad company is allowing the current tenant to cross using an ATV. This offers you access directly to the Millstone Bluff Archaeological Site, an area owned by the Shawnee National Forest. If you’ve been waiting for a great investment with world-class genetics, then give me a call today so that we can take a look. 

Property Details

  • 40 acres of prime tillable soil currently leased to farmer under 50/50 crop share
  • Property joins the Millstone Bluff Archaeological Site, an area once inhabited by the Indians
  • Home and outbuildings provide a place to sleep, store equipment and store harvested crop
  • Drop tine genetics are obvious in this area. Harvested deer was taken by owner, trail cam pictures come from agent where they were taken on the north side of the creek on the adjoining property
  • Soil CPI of 113.5, corn average BPA is 151.1, soybean average BPA is 50.5
  • Bay Creek makes up the northern property boundary
  • Home was remodeled in 2006 and features 3BR-2BA and a 1,300 square foot unfinished basement
  • Multiple outbuildings including: 2 car detached garage, 3 grain bins in operation, one large equipment shed and several smaller outbuildings
  • Railroad track divides the property, and the current tenant has permission from railroad company to cross tracks on foot or ATV
  • Two ponds on the property
  • The area offers plenty of hiking, camping, horseback riding, hunting and fishing
  • Mineral rights unknown
  • No survey on file
  • Annual Taxes: $2,189.30

201 State HIghway 147
Simpson, Illinois 62985