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80± Acres in Schuyler County

$472,000
MapPin Schuyler, IL
80 Acres
  • Hunting
  • Recreational

Property Description

Illinois Farm and Rec Land is excited to offer this spectacular Schuyler County farm. This tract is located roughly 5 miles West of Rushville, IL in a historically known giant buck area. If you’re in the market for a trophy deer and turkey property this 80 acres is a must see! The property is made up of mature timber, thick bedding areas, rolling topography, 10.4 acres of CRP and strategically placed food plots in the timber. There’s a well-established road system throughout the timber allowing for efficient access to and from tree stands. There are 2 strategically placed box blinds that will be staying on the property, one is on a very nice clover plot tucked back in the timber. The property is split by Forsythe road offering over 500 yards of road frontage/access to either the North side of the property or the South. This much road frontage allows for countless entry and exit points throughout the property depending on wind.

Property Highlights

Hunting Game

Game Types:

  • Whitetail Deer

Property Details

Features

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  • Checkmark Natural Timber
  • Checkmark Undeveloped
  • Checkmark Wooded

Information On File

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Showing Instructions

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Current Use

  • Checkmark Recreational

Location

RightTurnSign

Driving Directions

Scotts Mill Road to Forsythe Road.

Agent BIO

About Brad Belser

Brad Belser graduated from Iowa State University with his Bachelor’s degree in marketing. His longtime passion for bowhunting, fishing and land led him to a career in land real estate. As a Central Illinois native, Brad grew up around some of the most fertile farmland and best whitetail deer hunting in the world. His years of experience have provided him with a knowledge and background to serve his clients throughout Central and West Central Illinois. When Brad isn’t farming or working on deer habitat at his home farm, he’s most likely in a tree stand or spending time with his wife and daughter.