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Schuyler Whitetail Farm

MapPin Schuyler, IL
204 Acres
  • Hunting
  • Waterfront

Property Description

If you are looking for a well-managed, turn key, trophy whitetail farm in Central Illinois, this Schuyler County 204 acre farm is for you! The owner has meticulously managed the property for years to grow and hold an abundance of giant whitetails and turkeys. This property is Located 5 miles south of Astoria, IL in a historically well known giant deer area. The farm has the perfect mix of tillable and timber ground. Made up of 44+/- tillable acres currently being farmed, 12 acres of recently expired CRP which can be farmed next year and/or used for food plots, timber, 3 creeks, pond and lodge. The farm offers a very well maintained 3-4 bedroom/2 bath lodge that can be used as a full time residence or as a family and hunting getaway. The interior boasts cathedral ceilings in the living room and a large kitchen and dining area. The lodge is setup nicely to entertain, watch the wildlife from the back covered porch, or just relax with family. The detached 30 x 40 concrete floor pole barn is great for storing equipment and hunting gear. The 16' deep pond steps from lodge is well stocked and has provided great fishing over the years.

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Driving Directions

South on Green St. out of Astoria to Xox Hollow North off of Route 100 on Cox Hollow.

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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.