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   Imagine a place holding plentiful game, where a hunter feels at home, a place where warm welcomes, great hunting, excellent food and a family atmosphere are a standard measure. This is a once in a lifetime oppotunity, to own a share of not only a hunting club, but a long standing piece of hunting heritage. Green Acres...

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Wow!! What a rare opportunity to purchase a large tract of land in a highly desirable location. This 72 acre +/- tract of land lies within established neighborhoods and offers great potential for development. There is good access off Meridian Road from the east and additional access from Bristol Way in the sw corner. All ut...

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Great opportunity to build your dream home in a very convenient location. 3 - 8.25 acre tracts left (subject to final survey) all include great walk out building sites. There is road frontage on both Clifton Terrace and Stiritz Lane. Enjoy being close to the river road, bike trails, minutes from downtown Alton or Grafton, a...

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Excellent recreational land right at your fingertips! Secluded but not too far for a quick hunting retreat. Plenty of road frontage for easy access and electricity available at the road. No current hunting leases on the property....

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102 acres located in Madison County, Illinois' Omphghent Township. This farm offers rolling topography and some great views of the Cahokia Creek bottoms. There is close to 30 acres tillable that is partially in row crop and the remainder in hay production. The balance is in beautiful mature hardwood with an estimated value ...

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This productive Eastern Illinois Farm lies just 4.5 miles from the Indiana state line, and just 1/4 mile south of US Route 24 between Sheldon and Watseka, Illinois. Comprised of mainly loamy and sandy loam soils, the 255.18 FSA cropland acres have produced a five year average yield of 208 bushels per acre for corn and 62.6...

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This property is located just minutes from Charleston, IL in Charleston Township of Coles County. It is located 1 mile south of Charleston along County Road 550N/Sunny Dale Drive and 1 ½ mile east of Lincoln Highway. This property is ideal for someone who love to be outdoors! Plenty of hunting and recreational opportunitie...

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This productive farm is located northwest of Ellsworth, Illinois or 9 miles east of Bloomington/Normal, IL. The farm is just one mile south of Route 9. The soils on the farm are mixture of Flanagan, Saybrook, Drummer, Wyanet, and Catlin soils with an average productivity index of 131.7. The three year yield history on the f...

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If you were looking for deer density, giant whitetail bucks and turkeys for days, then look no further!  this farm is loaded!  Huge turkey population will make spring and fall turkeys a breeze!  The deer on this farm will have you clearing wall space! We know there are four legitimate shooters and one that should be over...

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60 acre row crop farm that offers a 1 1/2 story, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, pole building, and approximately 50 tillable acres. This is a versatile farm that currently offers a great return on investment but could also make a great homestead as it has in the past. Agent’s note: This is a fantastic farm in a convenient locati...

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This highly productive 123.55+/- irrigated farm is located 3.5 miles northeast of Atkinson off 2400 E Road. This farm has outstanding production history with great investment potential! The farm was been improved with a center pivot irrigation unit in 2014. The McCune-Henry County farm is listed at $8,900 per acre. Contact ...

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For: E. Gillham EstateAuction Location: Hilltop Auction & Banquet Center 2612 Fosterburg Road, Alton, IL 62002Auction Date: June 1st, 2019 @ 10amCounty: MadisonDescription: Being offered at auction for the first time in generations is a 117 acre +/- row crop farm located in Edwardsville Township. This farm will consi...

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21.41 acres with stunning views from the top of the bluff overlooking the river bottoms. Only 35 minutes to downtown St Louis and 14 minutes to I-255. Located in Monroe Co IL. Valmeyer School District. There is a 30 x 40 pole barn with city water and electric. This would be the perfect spot to put your dream home. Buildi...

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40.9 surveyed acres in Washington County consisting of 20+ acres tillable; the balance is wooded. School districts are Oakdale Grade School and Nashville High School. The property has a lovely roll to it for the possibility of a walkout basement. Water and electric are available. Access is through an easement. 45 minutes to...

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61.35 Acres within city limits of Waterloo. Zoned for light industrial, this property has great potential for development. Check with the city about the possibilities -currently being farmed. Frontage on IL State Route 3. Easement on property approximately 2.8 acres for water detention pond. AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC COUNT: 13...

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This property is turn key and has a great mixture of tillable and pasture. Broke up into 50+/- acres of tillable currently being share cropped in 3rds, and 24 +/- acres laid out for pasture. Water sources are spread out along the property. A nearly 2 acre stocked lake, small livestock pond, and creek running though the hear...

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At Lake Mildred, take Lake Shore Drive across the dam and you will find where these 66 acres lie. This is the major portion of a subdivision, which was platted for a weekend retreat. The property is made up of many parcel numbers. These make up the wooded lots and 3 house sites with old buildings, roads, lake and dam. Build...

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56 mostly wooded acres just off of Bluff Road northwest of Prairie du Rocher, IL. This is the major portion of a subdivision, which was platted for a weekend retreat. There are still other owners that own small tracts within the main boundary of the property and have rights on the dedicated roadways. This property is a nice...

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40+- acres on the edge of Waterloo between Grand View Acres and Country Lakes Subdivisions. Access is Heck Dr, off of Konarcik Rd, just across from the park. 24 acres are currently farmed, about 9 acres was pasture and the balance is wooded with a creek running through it. This property has a lake site. Whether you are rea...

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The 30 acres of tillable land is accessible from Jericho Road in Louisville, IL. There are 20 acres of a wooded pasture mix. That creates a right combination of recreational property with income. There is an opportunity to hunt whitetail and turkey. Legal Description: Part of Section 33 T5N - R7E, Bible Grove Township, C...

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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!