Burr Oak Timber
A secluded treasure awaiting your discovery.
Build your "Dream" cabin among the Native Burr Oak, that fill the timber.
The property abounds with numerous possibilities for the outdoor adventurer. It is loaded with deer, turkey and small game.
A short 20 minutes from the Metro and you arrive at your private sanctuary, nestled back in the Loess Hills of Western Iowa.
Hiking trails have been established, up through the ridges.
45 acres of Hard woods with valleys and ridges. Located 20 minutes from the Omaha Metro area. So close you can hunt, morning or night.
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The timber consists mostly of the Native Burr Oak. Oceans of oak leaves cover the floor of the woods with fistfuls of woolly acorns just waiting to be discovered be the local wildlife.
Located in the middle of the dense timber are 2 tall grass pasture areas. Totally secluded from view, these loafing spots are the perfect place for those late morning bucks to take a break.
Deer trails are everywhere. (Check pictures below). The ridges and bottom ground create a natural funnel from the North to the South. Flowing through the grassy pastures to the corn fields up the hill.A basic highway for the deer and turkeys.Heard some close gobbles as I was walking the ground.
The property will be subject to a Conservation Easement intended to protect the conservation values of the 45 acre property while permitting one residence, related outbuildings, gardens, landscaping and crops within a 3 acre building site to be located almost anywhere along the property's north boundary.
- The Conservation Easement also expressly permits hunting and other recreational uses including, horseback riding, cross-country sking, or other recreational activities.
In addition, the new owner can clear and maintain previous foot paths and trails as well as log or practice sustainable forestry, pursuant to a timber management plan.
The foregoing is only a summary of some of the highlights of the Conservation Easement. The actual easement will control and therefore potential buyers are encouraged to review the easement document before making an offer.Call Agent for more details.
A Conservation Easement accompanies the purchase of the property.
Taxes: $432/year (2017)