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Take a look at this 3-bedroom 2-bath home for sale situated on a corner lot in Keosauqua, IA, part of the Villages of Van Buren County. The large size living room flows right into the eat-in kitchen. There is a large laundry/storage room in the back. Wood floors throughout the home. New windows and sheet rock in most rooms...

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This four-bedroom home with close to 2700 square feet of living space would make a lovely full-time residence or a 2nd home. The property is near Lansing and truly is a sportsman’s paradise for the hunter and fisherman. Escape to the outdoors year-round and surround yourself with fantastic scenery and topog...

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This farm, for many reasons, is one of my all-time favorites. Tons of field edge, variety of habitats, and excellent access options combined with the quality whitetails consistently found here makes this a truly outstanding whitetail property. The elevation change that runs through the center of the property has ideal...

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Nice building lot in Albia, IA! rnrnrn-Utilities on Propertyrn-Near Amenities (Grocery, Gas, Retail)rn-Albia School District (Near Elementary)rn-Ready for a homern-Residential Lot...

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6 bdrm/3 bath home for sale in Albia, IA! This residential property as so many things to offer. Currently it is being used for a single family residence but it is split to be a triplex for income opportunity! There are two units on the main floor and one on the top floor. It could also very easily be converted back to a sin...

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This is an incredibly clean and well cared for property that has been in the family for well over 30 years! The build site views are incredible, the wildlife is abundant, the timber is virgin, and the location is prime for outdoor enthusiasts. The hunting pressure around this farm looks almost non-existent when you drive a...

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This farm is a culmination of 1 man’s love for the outdoors over 30 years of ownership. In 15 years of selling real estate, this very well could be the most diverse recreational tract I have ever had the opportunity to sell. The deer hunting that Southern Iowa is so well known for is killer on this tract but on top o...

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Located next to the Iowa Great Lakes, near the Minnesota border and right on the Des Moines River is one of the most beautiful hunting properties I have ever been on. A hardwood timbered area with river frontage and plush Iowa corn and beans fields on its edge provides a perfect habitat for huge Iowa bucks. Well-groomed AT...

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Properties this size have been harder to come by recently in the northeast part of the state and when you see what this one has to offer, it shouldn’t last long. The gated entrance gets you started up the south-facing terrain. Foot travel or UTV allows easy access on the trails and clearings as you make your way up t...

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This is an incredibly nice and perfectly manicured whitetail property! The owner has done everything possible to make it the best it can be. It’s been strictly managed for trophy bucks for the past 10 years and during this time it’s only been archery hunted. There are approximately 49 acres of tillable land tha...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this beautiful, large and rolling combination farm for sale. This multi-use farm consists of a great balance of pasture, hay ground, CRP and tillable production acres. CRP contracts will be expiring on 9.30.2019 on the majority of the tillable acres so this farm can be rea...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this combination pasture and recreational hunting farm. This farm would make a great addition to an existing livestock operation that’s growing or provide great hunting and enjoyment for you and your family. Although this farm is smaller in size, I wouldn’t und...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this beautiful rolling CRP farm on the edge of Lake Anita State Park. This farm checks all the boxes for a recreational land investment. It has guaranteed CRP income through 2021, it borders a wildlife refuge that has a history of producing some top-end bucks, there are mu...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this beautiful CRP combination farm for sale. Located southwest of Guthrie Center in the rolling hills of Baker Township, this farm is amongst some of the area’s best deer and turkey hunting. The well-maintained and established CRP practice not only provides great in...

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Primo combination acres! In an incredibly scenic and well-known trophy whitetail neighborhood. You will see why they call it “Split Rock,“ as soon as you come thru the front gate and cross the wooden bridge. The lane leading up to the building site has park-like features. Once at the top, you will apprecia...

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This property offers the perfect mix of timber, draws, and secluded CRP fields, and it’s in an area near Blakeburg that’s notorious for producing big whitetails. It’s also located on a paved road, which is highly desirable but rare in Iowa.  37.7 acres of CRP are paying $7,598 per year. The remainder...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this affordable rural home and acreage with pasture, hay ground and mature hardwood timber! The 1,200 square foot ranch home has three bedrooms with 1.5 bathrooms with a full unfinished walk-out basement. The home features forced A/C, radiant heat, updated windows and comp...

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This is a great combo/starter farm for the buyer looking for a little income and some great hunting. The surrounding area around this farm is covered up with heavy cover and timber so deer numbers will be very high and with the creek corridor in the back, your rut hunting should be nonstop activity moving through! This far...

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Whitetail Properties Real Estate is proud to offer this beautiful 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath custom metal pole building home on breathtaking acres! The first floor consists of the kitchen, galley kitchen and pantry, dining room, living room and future “new” master bedroom buildout. The second floor has the current mas...

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This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a highly managed, turnkey hunting property on the outskirts of Sioux City. This property has everything a serious whitetail hunter is looking for; managed habitat, multiple food sources, quality neighborhood, private access and solid genetics (see trail camera and harvest photos...

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