40 Acre Farmstead in Morton County, ND


Morton County, ND

40 Acre Farmstead

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Property Description

Incredible 40 acre property! Located just 45 minutes from Mandan. The 2400 sq ft home was built in 2015 and features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms all on one level including a primary suite. Entering the home you are greeted with an abundance of light in the living room that opens up to the kitchen, dining room, and 2nd family room. The kitchen features a large island, stainless steel appliances, and a large walk in pantry. The main floor is complete with a mudroom, and storage room. The sliding door lead you to the deck overlooking the the draws that run through the property. The home has a backup Generac generator.

Outside you will find multiple accessory building s including a 40′ x 40′ garage featuring a 20′ sliding door and 2 – 9′ overhead doors and 220 amp service. The newly constructed metal barn is 42′ x 64′ and features a little ritchie water system. Additionally, there is a chicken coop , Loafing shed, shed and dog kennels.

The 40 acres is fenced and ready for the next owners!

**This listing is co-listed with Kyle Leftwich of Paramount Real Estate.**

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Legal Description

19-136-085 E1/2E1/2SW1/4

About David Gorder

David is the Managing Broker and Auctioneer of AcrePro Farm Agency and has been a licensed real estate professional in North Dakota and Minnesota since 2016. He was born and raised in Grand Forks, ND and graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2013 with a Business Management and Entrepreneurship degree. He spent the next five years in ag sales with CHS Inc. before launching his farmland sales and management business, The Farm Agency in 2018. David also owns and manages an equipment auction business, Resource Auction, which specializes in agricultural equipment sales. He and his team launched AcrePro Farm Agency in 2021. David and his wife, Annie, have four kids and live in Grand Forks.

David Gorder

Managing Broker & Auctioneer



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