Fremont County's Loess Hill Gem
Attention: "Trophy Whitetail Hunters and Recreationist"
Are you looking for that affordable tract of land that is smack in the middle of big timbers, one in which you can harvest trophy whitetails every year then this is a must see! Small parcels in this area do not come up very often.
Please call Pete Ryerson for you private showing.
13 +/- acres of timber.
A fractional portion in the S 1/2 SE 1/4 NW 1/4, Section 13-70-43, Fremont County, Iowa. Property to be surveyed to determine legal description.
Iowa world class hunting in every direction of this property makes this a unique opportunity to own a small tract in an desirable area of SW Iowa.
This property offers complete seclusion with an abundance of wildlife. If your an avid bow hunter or outdoor person then you'll be surrounded by hundreds of acres of mature timber.
This small tract is located in a heavily managed area of SW Iowa with large landowners in several directions whom the agent knows personally.
Deer trails are excessive with every area being utilized.
Close proximity to the town of Tabor which offers excellent schools and amenities.
Plenty of thick cover which provides ideal bedding areas.
Running Creek on East side of property which provides necessary water for wildlife.
Only 35 miles to CB/Omaha using highways 275 or I29.
Loaded with marketable timber (Walnut and Oak) through out the entire farm.
Trails pictures coming soon.
Estimated Income: (Call Agent for Details)
Taxes: (Call Agent for Details)