Property DescriptionConveniently located between Bloomington and Morton, you will find this rare opportunity to acquire 8.5 acres ± with recreational opportunities, tillable income and building potential near Carlock, Illinois. When you enter through the gated entrance, you immediately have access to the nearly 2 acre stocked pond, lined with mature trees. A storage building is located along the shoreline with electricity on site. The remainder of the property is cropland with a Productivity Index of 136 and an annual yearly rental rate of $1,800. This farm’s fishing includes largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish. Easy access to the pond simplifies launching your boat immediately into the water. The nearby electric makes this property ideal for a camper or RV hookup, immediately overlooking the water. Small properties with ponds, tillable income, and building potential are hard to come by. Make this your next destination for camping, fishing, off-roading, and so much more only moments from Bloomington-Normal! Contact Broker Ross Fogle to schedule a private showing!
Ross Fogle grew up on his family’s grain and livestock farming operation along the Mackinaw River in Woodford County, Illinois. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy from Western Illinois University. After college, Ross pursued his passion for conservation as a Senior Field Representative at Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever and at the McLean County Soil and Water Conservation District. Ten years of experience in wildlife habitat advocacy, conservation installation, and the USDA landowner program help Ross provide his clients with a complete picture of properties’ unique value. An avid whitetail and upland hunter, he’s found success through the vast wildlife habitat practices implemented on his family farm. He is a previous winner of the McLean County Chamber of Commerce “Emerging Leader in Agriculture'' award, as well as the PFQF Rookie of the Year award. He also earned the Executive Excellence award for significant achievement at Pheasants Forever. Ross and his wife reside in McLean County with their two children.