This farm, long ago used as a church camp, has all of the rugged beauty every Illinois deer hunter longs for. It has loads of edge for a farm this size, which means tons of available food and browse. It consists of ridge top after ridge top, and south facing slopes that are torn up with shredded cedars and basswood trees. A winding creek bed lies in the bottom of where thick draws converge, and leads to Pope Creek which passes by the north end of the farm. After decades of flying under the radar, Mercer County has grown a reputation for producing legendary, giant whitetails, and Pope Creek is one of the best places to find them. It has a thick, secluded bedding area, and three small tillable fields that would be great for planting food plots. This is as good of a deer hunting tract as you may ever find, again, in this price range. In addition, there are multiple ravines that would make for incredible pond or lake sites of various sizes. (One could potentially be over 7 acres!) Build your home or cabin on this gorgeous piece of land and enjoy some of the best whitetail hunting in the country, right out your back door. Mercer County Schools. Located 11.5 miles southwest of Aledo, IL.
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|4/7/2023 2:00:00 AM||New Value: $200,185|
|3/7/2023 11:01:33 AM||New Value: Pending|