This is a great opportunity to own a quality hunting farm that has a wide diversity of habitats along with a solid revenue stream. Located in the northeastern part of the county, this property has 273 acres of tillable farm ground along with mixed hardwood timber, old-growth pasture, pasture, creek bottoms, rolling topography along with excellent deer and turkey hunting. The property has multiple points of access from the west and north sides along with a lightly traveled county road through the property. Pulling in off of Vermont Road, there are approximately 26 acres of CREP ground on the north side of Sugar Creek. Pull back into the property where you will find several crop fields on the west side of Sugar Creek totaling about 88 acres. Sugar Creek is a natural funnel for deer to travel up and down along with a primary water source for wildlife throughout the year. East of Sugar Creek up to the county road is old-growth pasture and hardwood ridges that haven’t had livestock in grazing for several years and has turned into prime deer cover. There are 6 acres of tillable on top of the ridge with hardwood ridges and great bedding areas just off this field. There are also several great bottom areas to put several acres of food plots, and the rolling topography has several pinch points and natural funnels. Head across the road where you will find another 179 acres of tillable farm ground interlaced amongst the rolling ridges. There are approximately 90 acres that have had cattle grazing during the summer and fall months up until this past fall. Let this area go fallow, and this will be more prime cover for wildlife in a short amount of time. Sugar Creek comes into the southeast part of the property, and this tillable bottom is a great place to have several box blinds. The larger block of timber to the north naturally funnels into the bottom, which would be a dynamite place for a destination food plot. The eastern part of the property has several hidden pockets that would make great food plot locations with rolling ridges and pinch points close by. There is an older farmhouse along with a couple older buildings on the north-central part of the property, which would be a great location to build a new lodge. Several other great locations provide scenic views you could build a lodge or house on throughout the property. This list goes on and on about the wide range of diversity this property has to offer and is a property you have to see to truly appreciate the uniqueness it offers. If you are looking for a top-notch hunting farm with a lot of potential, give us a call or drop us an email for more details or to schedule a private showing.