One-of-a-kind 27+ acre HOBBY FARM with a beautiful RESTORED historic 4 bedroom/2 bath 1,984 sq.ft. 2 1/2 story Craftsman-style brick farmhouse. A Nature-lovers retreat with natural tranquil creek, plentiful wildlife and mature trees surrounding the park-like setting of this traditional farmstead. AND it offers plenty for horses, alpacas and goats, fruit trees or gardens.
Beginning in late 2005, high-quality and energy-efficient improvements have resulted in a lovely home with all the character & charm you expect in a vintage farmhouse, along with the modern conveniences that you desire. Craftsman quality and details have been preserved, like double-sided oak hutch, French doors to the living room, original built-ins for storage & beautiful oak floors throughout.
The CUSTOM chefs kitchen now features: all NEW STAINLESS steel appliances (6/16) incl new convection DOUBLE-OVEN range; center peninsula with breakfast bar; plenty of all-maple, extra-height Bertch cabinets; prep sink with Insinkerator; & beautiful, comfortable cork flooring.
Two CUSTOM bathrooms now feature porcelain mosaic floors, period lighting and accessories, main-floor extra-wide Kohler tub and subway tiles, and second-floor extra-large all-tile walk-in shower.
Other special features incl: refurbished heated/cooled sunroom; south-facing windows for panoramic views & plenty of light; smaller upstairs bonus room for office or crafts; full open, insulated walk-up attic; period hardware, accents & lighting throughout.
ALL THE UPDATES have been done for you! Too many improvements to list here, incl: all new Pella windows & doors (06-12); high-efficiency furnace/AC(06); all plumbing (06); interior insulation of all bedrooms & baths (06-12); electric service, panel, wiring, outlets, switches, lighting throughout (05-12); new roof (06); spray foam insulation of sill & attic (07); tuck pointing & brick replacement (09); new septic system (06) & more! And this home offers a HOME WARRANTY! Outside, a beautiful spacious paver patio (09) & pergola await you, for entertaining or just relaxing.
This mini-farm includes a flowing creek, 9+ acres for grazing & crops (incl 6A now in hay), & 10+ acres of cash-generating CRP. When this was a family farm operation, the homestead included another 1+ acres of fenced grazing areas, including a paddock area beside the barn. These areas are currently mowed to create a park-like setting.
Outbuildings offer plenty of space for a variety of hobbies and uses. Four buildings have been rebuilt, incl the 18X51 structure now repurposed into a garden shed & a workshop, with walls of windows & newly-installed elec & lighting. A 1943 barn (07 roof) with big lean-to has lots of possibilities, as do 3 pole barns (largest 40X60).
Low country taxes & energy-efficiency improvements mean years of affordable living!
For details about farm potentials, improvements or buildings, call BILL STOEN, broker/listing agent at the Decorah office of Cedar Valley Iowa Realty 563-419-1398(cell) or 563-382-8290(office). Or visit CedarValleyIowaRealty.com.
Great location, just 15 min to Cresco, 30 mins to either Decorah/Oneota Community Food Co-op/Luther College (east) or to New Hampton (south), 60 min to either Waterloo/Cedar Falls/UNI(south) or Rochester/Mayo Clinic (north).
With all the UPDATES, this BEAUTIFUL hobby farm is a RARE FIND! If you want QUIET COUNTRY LIVING, or an active mini-farm, this very special property is waiting to WELCOME YOU HOME!
Please, only pre-qualified buyers.
NE/ 4 of Section Thirty Four (34), Township Twenty-One (21) North, Range Five (5) WIM, Garfield County, Oklahoma.
This 160± acre cattle grain farm lays just south of the highway and has a waterway through the middle with a small pond on the west end of the water way. It has good perimeter fencing with some terracing but lays real well.
SOIL TYPES: Kirkland-Renfrow complex, Bethany silt loam, Renthin-Masham complex, Kirkland silt loam.
TAXES: 2015 Taxes were $519.00. The 2016 taxes will be prorated to day of closing.
SE/ 4 of Section Thirty Four (34), Township Twenty-One (21) North, Range Five (5) WIM, Garfield County, Oklahoma.
This 160± acre tract has an old barn in need of a little repair with a newer pipe and panel metal corral. Good native grass on about 30± acres with a large pond on the west end of the grass. The remainder of the quarter is cultivated ground with good perimeter fencing and the pasture also has good fencing.
SOIL TYPES: Kirkland-Renfrow complex, Renthin-Masham complex, Kirkland silt loam.
TAXES: 2015 taxes were $551.00. The 2016 taxes will be prorated to the day of closing.
Combination of Tract 1 and Tract 2.
F.S.A. INFO: Farmland 309.84 acres, DCP Cropland 282.86, Wheat Base acres 280.40, PLC Yield 38.
POSSESSION: Will be given after the harvest of the 2017 wheat crop or July 1, 2017 whichever is later.
TERMS: 10% down of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title. All information is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or its employer. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition prior to the day of the auction. Any announcements made the day of auction supersede all advertising.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This half section of ground is located on good all weather roads, close to Pioneer School and would be an excellent location for a home site and of course continue to be used as a small grain cattle farm.