The ideal recreational property is known to have three similarities: optimal food, cover, and water. All three of those similarities should be dispersed in a manner that can be utilized to the hunter’s advantage. The Warren 100.61 property has all three of those qualities and then some; it shares an eastern property line that has up to 90 acres of pasture and timber ground that does not allow hunting, acting as a sanctuary for all wildlife alike.
Nearly 75 acres of this parcel is tillable providing a possible income of $ 15,145.00 a year. The tillable surrounds the 6 different fingers of timber, with the southern border of the property being outlined by the Chesapeake Creek. On the North side of the creek there is an area that has a CRP filter strip that produces $461.00 of annual income. In addition, 24 acres of the timber are currently enrolled in the Indiana Classified Forest and Wildlands program to help keep taxes at a minimum on the parcel.
The property is naturally laid out in a way that would allow multiple hunters to be able to hunt the property at once. There is a prevalent heavy deer sign throughout most of this parcel; the eastern property boundary has well trafficked deer trails coming from the neighboring property. Many of the fingers allow for great stand locations, not only because of the draws in the topography, but they also provide distinct transition lines from bedding cover to food.
This is another Warren County, Indiana parcel that provides not only great whitetail hunting but turkey and morel mushroom hunting as well. This property has been well maintained and has been well managed over the past decade in practices that benefit all species of wildlife. It’s a must see! Call and schedule a showing today! Directions: Located just off Indiana State Rd. 63, turn to head East on W. Shanklin Hill Rd. in Steuben Township of Warren County, Indiana
The property is located approximately an hour and a half Northwest of Indianapolis and 2 hours South of Chicago.