Land for Sale -Switzerland County, IN -170 Acres-Farm Land - Hunting - Recreation-Ponds

Status: Sold
Acres: 170 +/-
Type: Farms, Recreational Land, Residential Property
Address: 7600 State Rd 129
City, State: Vevay, Indiana
County: Switzerland
ZIP Code: 47043
Lat/Long: 38.7983, -85.1595
Presented By: Dylan Badinghaus

Description

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Beautiful 170 acres located in Switzerland County right off 129.
This property has roughly 50 tillable acres according to FSA map, a 10 acre pasture, and the remainder 110 acres is wooded.
This property has 2 ponds: 1 for cattle by the barn and another by the road with other potential pond locations. Property was logged a few years ago which allowed the undergrowth to come back and create great deer bedding. There was a new trail system placed that makes its way through the entire property. This makes for easy access to get to stands for hunting. Bring out quads and horses to ride on the weekends and have family fun. There is a cleared out 3 acre foodplot location and another 1 acre location on ridge 2. Currently, the foodplots are seeded with clover and wheat. Once fully established, they will make great hunting locations.
The tillable ground is currently used for hay ground and a small portion was row cropped. You can row crop the property for cash rent of $7,500-$10,000 a year. This would also help hold deer on the property with such a big food source.
Another option is that you can continue to take hay off the ground and start a cattle operation. This property is perfect for farming and cattle and horses.

There are multiple building sites on this property with gorgeous views of the land. Option to buy smaller parcels and split as well.

Property Details-
- 170 Acres
- 2 ponds
- 50 Tillable Acres
- Cash Rent Possibility
- Old Barn
- Great Hunting
- New Trail System
- Foodplots in Place
- Easy Access on 129
- 10 Minutes to Vevay
- 1 hr 20 minutes to Lexington
- 1 hr 50 minutes to Indianapolis
- 54 Minutes to Lawrenceburg

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