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This prime, investment grade farm is located mile north of Normal, IL and mile from the Interstate 39 and U.S. Business Route 51 intersection. The primary Class A soils include Flanagan and Catlin Silt Loams as well as Drummer and El Paso Silty Clay Loams with a soil productivity index of 135.7. Access to the property is on...

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This productive Vermilion County farm is located 4 miles west and 3 miles south (of Route 9) of Hoopeston, IL, on April 4, 2019 at the American Legion in Hoopeston. Primary soil types are Ashkum silty clay loam, and Elliott silt loam. The farm contains 56.56 FSA cropland acres with an average soil productivity index of 123....

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This beautiful home is nestled in Southern Illinois. While being known for its wine trails, the Shawnee National Forest, and trophy Whitetail deer, it also offers a very private location, yet close to events such as Minor League baseball, two major universities, shopping, and cultural programs. Imagine sitting in your cover...

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This flat-and-black, highly productive Iroquois County farm is located 6 miles east of Wellington, IL, or 12 miles northeast of Hoopeston, Illinois and will be offered in two adjacent farmland tracts choice and privilege on April 4, 2019 at the American Legion in Hoopeston. Primary soil types are Milford silty clay loam, Li...

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This excellent farm is located ¼ mile south of Parnell on Liberty Road. The farm is also divided by Cumberland Road. The prime Class A soils include Sable Silty Clay Loam, Ipava, and Catlin Silt Loams. There are some Class B soils on the south and east portions on the farm, but the overall soil productivity index is very g...

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27792 Sandy Springs Rd., Tamms, IL - This home is in a great location bordering a creek on a paved road.  This recently built home has 3 nice sized bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms with a large laundry room.  Home has a great floor plan with new flooring throughout.  Detached garage, with a large deck and patio area.  Above ...

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This lovely Colonial is the perfect family home, cozy and inviting, and located in a quiet, scenic neighborhood. It boasts approx. 2492 SF, 4 Bedrooms (all on 2nd floor) - 3 large bedrooms and a huge master bedroom - all with walk-in closets, 2.5 baths, beamed ceilling and gas fireplace in family room, eat-in kitchen, separ...

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Located just northwest of Ramsey State Park, this farm is sure not to disappoint. The groomed trails make moving around the farm easy and quiet allowing easy access to the strategically placed food plots.   A large creek flows through the farm creating pinches and crossing where ambushing whitetails and turkey can be done...

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Everyone once in a while a farm comes along that has it all. If you ever dreamed of owing a farm that would service the debt and allow you the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, hunt, fish or just hang out with family and friends then stop looking right now!! Whether you are deer hunting, pheasant or turkey this farm will...

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40 acres of prime hunting in Marion county, IL near Iuka. 17 acres of tillable currently cash rented....

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This Built-More building is well insulated and has electric, city water and a sand filtration septic. It sits on the corner of this 108-acre tract. There are 39.25 tillable acres with 9.63 acres in CRP contracts which are at various stages of maturity. The Elm River is the border to the southwest. The mature trees and new g...

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Picturesque hobby farm with all the bells and whistles. This is a turn key facility for an equestrian use or simply owning a country estate. The 3,000 sq ft house offers several updates within recent years such as: fresh paint, vinyl siding 2017, roof 2013, master suite 2011, main bath 2010, vinyl tilt-in windows 2002, gutt...

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This 33.23+/- acre property has it all! Located in Fayette AND Montgomery counties, one could enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking in the woods or just relaxing around the fire pit on this beautiful, income-producing property. This 48 x 62 pole barn home was built in 2007, and comes equip with all the amenities This home boasts 1...

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Class A soils. 79.41± acres in Woodford County Illinois, 78.14± tillable acres. PI 139.5 (Elpaso, Flanagan soils). 2019 farm lease open until April 15. Section 26 in Clayton Township. T.28N.-R.1E. No buildings. Frontage on IL Rt 116, Co Rd 2400E ...

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80.00± acres in Shelby County Illinois, 74.40± tillable acres. PI 128.8 (Dana, Catlin soils). Section 26 in Pickaway Township. T.13N.-R.3E. No buildings. Frontage on 1645 E Shelby County Road ...

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Peotone 60 Acres Crawford Ave Peotone, IL 60468 Easy access to expressways and Metra 60 acres in the Peotone airport footprint Mostly tillable land with creek ...

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25 usable unincorporated acres in Will County to be annexed to Mokena 1/8th mile frontage on I-80 with exposure to a traffic count of over 104,000 vehicles per day Easy access to La Grange Road Utilities near site Many potential uses Great location in active area of growth. Easy access to I-80 at LaGrange road, compreh...

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The property contains 25.3 total acres. 21.88 acres are tillable. The property is zoned agriculture, but the comprehensive plan for Wilmington shows commercial and medium density residential. This is a great investment opportunity to own land in one of the fastest growing counties in the country. Wilmington is in the middle...

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30 acres of Industrial zoned land in the Village of Diamond, Illinois. Parcel is included in the Diamond TIF district and enterprise zone. 1214 feet of I-55 frontage with easy access to both IL. Rt. 113 to the north and Reed road to the south. Either exit is only minutes away. The Illiana expressway, Ridgeport Inter-Modal a...

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Easy access to I-355 and I-80. Utilities are near the site. Some recapture for sewer line is required. Many potential uses for this 83 acre site. Excellent location for a variety of residential uses. Assisted Living facility, Nursing home facility, Age restricted high density SF or Multi-Family development. Medical office ...

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Illinois, known as "The Land of Lincoln" and "The Prairie State" offers the world-class city of Chicago where a quarter of Illinoisans live. Its many ethnic neighborhoods make it possible to experience a world tour of sights, sounds, and tastes from Greektown to Chinatown. Major sports teams such as the Bears, the Bulls, and the Blackhawks call Chicago home. If you order a hot dog when you're out to a ballgame, remember that a Chicago hotdog has condiments but NEVER catsup.

The Chicago suburbs, connected to the city by public transportation, have a wide variety of charming characteristics. Frequently appearing on "best places to live" lists, Oak Park is ethnically diverse and arty. It pays homage to its native son, Ernest Hemingway, and has 25 homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Naperville is upscale and offers highly-rated schools, family-friendly recreation areas, and a coffee-shop lifestyle with many restaurants facing the river. Plainfield has a small town feel and is more affordable than most Chicagoland suburbs. It is close to both prairie lands and the city of Chicago.

The top industries in Illinois are business services including the headquarters of international exchanges and companies. Its long industrial heritage has evolved into advanced, technology-driven enterprises such as Boeing, Caterpillar, and John Deere. Education is also big business in Illinois with two Top 25 engineering schools, the University of Illinois and Northwestern University, and other highly-rated colleges and universities including the University of Chicago, Loyola, and DePaul. Illinois is an innovator in clean energy with two major federal laboratories, Fermi and Argonne, and the state is the largest refiner of petroleum in the Midwest. Wind farms are a growth industry. The state's economic output in biotechnology is close to $100 billion thanks to life science companies such as Abbott Laboratories Baxter Healthcare and Astellas.

Illinois is an agricultural state with 75,000 farms covering more than 75 percent of the state's total land area. These farms produce soybeans, corn, hogs, cattle, and dairy products. It is also a leader in biofuels. The state's agricultural output is more than $20 billion annually. Corn is 40 percent of the total.

While the average plot size in the Chicagoland area is one-fifth of an acre, farmlands range from 50 to nearly 85 acres. In recent years, good productivity farmland has yielded between 170 and 190 bushels per acre. Cash rents on professionally managed farms have decreased slightly and are now holding steady. The main crops are corn and soybeans.

The majority of the state is suburbs, cornfields, rolling plains, and friendly small towns. Springfield, the state capital, is located in the middle of the state and has a large population of government workers. It has excellent medical centers and the friendly ambiance of a mid-size town. The Abe Lincoln home, restored neighborhood, and museum set the tone for Springfield's steadfast residents. Various small towns throughout the state offer friendly, tightknit communities. These towns have the benefits of little traffic and shady tree-lined streets. Forests, grasslands, and parks are often a walk or bike ride away. Most are close to train stations that make a day trip or weekend to Chicago easy.

Illinois's 580 miles of Mississippi riverfront and 273 miles of Illinois River appeal to water-loving families. The little towns along the rivers have historic attractions and newer activities such as wine tasting and riverboat casinos. Its state parks, scattered across the state, offer opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of Illinois. Starved Rock State Park is a favorite, just three hours from Chicago with lush waterfalls, miles of hiking trails, rock bluffs, riverboat tours, and an abundance of birds and other wildlife.

The state offers a wide range of urban and rural properties priced according to location and land values. To see Illinois property listings on Land Broker MLS, please join our co-op. You can sign up today!