548 E 1500 N, LOT#WP001Michigan City, IN 46360Porter CountyGet Directions
PRICE REDUCED! Attention Farmers & Investors! Great opportunity to purchase some productive farmland in Northwest, Indiana. Demand and land values in this region remain strong and have shown a significant amount of appreciation in recent months. So, whether you are looking to expand your farming operation or add tillable farm ground with income to your portfolio, this may be the property for you. The property is mostly tillable rectangular plot with good road access and has several converging ditches to promote drainage. Soils consists of mostly Blount Silt Loam and Milford Silty Clay Loam and is above average production for the county according to the FSA. This property shows a AVG NCCPI rating of 64.1A with the county average being around 60. A paved county road runs along the North side of the property giving you convenient access with over a ¼ mile or road frontage. The pictures show the healthy soybean crop last year and there is also a back field where that might be a good area for hay, alfalfa, or a specialty crop. The property may also make a good candidate for a subsidized conservation or wildlife program. A small portion of the property has been used for beehives for honey production. Although it is not necessarily a “hunting” property, there is an opportunity to hunt deer and waterfowl on the property. A narrow strip of timber along the backside and the ditches on the property provide some cover and a water source for the deer and waterfowl that use the property. You can clearly see the evidence of this by the tracks and other wildlife signs. With much uncertainty in many investments, land has always been a solid choice so contact Whitetail Properties Land Specialist Rob Styka to schedule a visit or get more information.
Mostly tillable ground to farm or cash rent opportunity
A rectangular tract with approximately 1360 feet wide at the road and 2700 feet deep
½ Mile south of I-94 and approximately 5 miles from Michigan City
Multi use income property could be farmed, rented, specialty crops, beekeeping, and hunting
Convenient location may have some future residential use or development potential