Pope County Illinois - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 11548289

Property ID: 11548289 - Pope County Illinois

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Property ID: 11548289 - Pope County Illinois

Property ID: 11548289

County: Pope

Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Property

Acres: 93.00

Address: 2615 Poco Road, Lot#WP001

City: Brookport

State: Illinois

Zip: 62910

Price: $399,000.00

Status: Available
Directions: Call agent for directions.
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Description: Diverse hunting tract with home and a proven history of big bucks! This farm has a diverse blend of habitat types with a nice home and everything needed to grow, hold and harvest big bucks! The home has 1,296 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It has a spacious kitchen, dining and living area, and a large covered back deck with scenic views of the surrounding landscape. Close to the home is a large pond that is stocked and provides plenty of fishing opportunities. A 30’x90’ barn sits down from the home and provides ample storage for farm equipment and gear. The property has a blend of open ground, timbered fingers, and stands of softwoods and mast-producing hardwoods laid over a rolling topography. There are approximately 40+/- acres of open ground spread over several fields, creating miles of edge throughout the farm. These fields also provide ideal areas for food plots, and some could also be converted back to tillable acreage. A rock bottom creek flows through the farm and is the main travel corridor for wildlife in the area. The combination of field edge, open ground, and topography has created numerous funnels and pinch points throughout the farm. The timber is a blend of softwoods and mast-producing hardwoods with dense understory areas that provide ideal bedding and security cover for wildlife. The farm adjoins the Shawnee National Forest on the East and North sides, providing plenty of additional acreage to hunt. If you’re looking for a diverse hunting tract with a home and a proven history of big bucks, give us a call today and schedule your private tour! Property Features: - Diverse hunting tract with home - Proven history of big bucks - 1,296 S.F., 3BR, 2BA home - Spacious kitchen, dining and living area - Large covered back deck with scenic views - Large, stocked pond - 30’x90’ barn - 40+/- acres of open ground - Some of the open ground could easily be converted back to tillable acreage - Ideal food plot locations - Miles of field edge - Rolling topography - Numerous funnels and pinch points - Softwoods and mast producing hardwoods - Areas of dense security and bedding cover - Rock bottom creek and feeder streams - The creek is a major travel corridor for wildlife - Adjoins the Shawnee National Forest - Tax - $2,435.38 - 30 minutes from Paducah, KY – 2 ¾ hours from Nashville, TN – 3 hours from St. Louis, MO

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Contact Name: Justin Mason

Phone Number: (618) 638-5031



Address1: 7375 Downs Rd.

City: Paducah

State: KY


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