Recreational property in this area with this much income-producing potential is very rare. Not only is this a great hunting property, but it creates income in multiple different ways. There are just over 30 FSA tillable acres. These are high-quality soils that score an 85.5 crop productivity index (CPI). Outside of the tillable acres are just over 30 acres of CRP which does not expire until the fall of 2030. Beyond the CRP and tillable acres, is a pasture that could be hayed or grazed for another way to add income to this tract. Lime Creek divides this property from north to south. Along Lime Creek are new growth oak tree habitat and native grasses. In addition to Lime Creek, there are two additional ponds on the property. One larger pond near the south entrance to the property and one smaller stock dam near the northeast corner of the property. Between Lime Creek and the tillable acres, there is tons of edge habitat that is necessary for whitetail deer. The over 30 acres of CRP not only offer great bedding cover for deer but nesting and winter habitat for pheasants and small game. All of the water on the property creates an opportunity to shoot ducks and geese. Beyond the recreational and tillable income, this property lends itself to being a great building site for a seasonal cabin or permanent residence. With views that overlook the large pond or Lime Creek, this would be one of the premier building sites in this area.