The perfect mix of tillable, pasture, hunting, and potential income. Located 10 miles North of Center, and only 45 miles from Mandan, this tucked away tract has a fantastic layout of productive tillable cropland, pasture, and hunting ground. Sitting a mile from the nearest road in any direction provides this property the peace and quiet that both humans and animals desire. Access to the property is convenient and easy as the prairie road is in great condition and going through the two gates gives you a secure feeling as you leave civilization behind. Pulling up to the Southeast corner of the property you are greeted with an old farmhouse and shed that takes you back to a simpler time. If you like old barn wood you are in luck with these buildings. The house is inhabitable, but the shed, which is an old granary, is in great condition with a new steel roof installed in recent years and a concrete floor. With very little work, this 24’x34’ building would make a perfect cabin to stay in as you enjoy everything this property has to offer. The entire property is fenced on all four sides, and gated. The approximately 160 tillable acres has a great Productivity Index (PI) of 73 and is currently in its 3rdyear of alfalfa, producing approximately 320 large round bales per year with 2 cuttings. The crop is in excellent condition providing a lush and thick stand, and with the high PI, any crop would do well here. The hunting is phenomenal and both whitetail and mule deer are commonly seen while I have been on the property, as well as many other animals. The current owner states numerous large bucks of both species have been taken and missed over the years. The habitat here is ideal with several buck brush and bull berry choked draws that lead up to the alfalfa field. In the draws and coulee’s, you will find natural springs flowing into dams that provide vital water year-round. The southwest corner of the property adjoins an additional 316 acres of public hunting land as well for even more opportunities. Deer and other animals from neighboring properties are drawn to this tract as it has everything they need in the form of food, cover, and water, all within an hour’s drive from Bismarck and Mandan. I don’t think there is anything else that could be wanted in a property, but there is potentially a lot more to be had. The current owner has signed a contract with a wind energy company to further explore the possibility of putting wind turbine(s) on this property. If it goes through and turbines are put up, the contract, and therefore, the payments for the wind turbines will be going with the sale and land, to the buyer. Call me for more information or to take a look at this incredible opportunity.