A seasoned land broker has the privilege to be able to see the benefits of many different property layouts and enjoy the beauty of each landscape. With all the properties that I have seen, the Warren 43.36 has one of the most diversified habitats that I have witnessed in a property under 50 acres. A unique feature is the southern border of the property, it is lined with spruce and pine trees mature enough to act as a wall from the road that runs along that border of the parcel. This feature offers wildlife the security to roam about the strategically placed bean plots, and the Whitetail Institute Imperial clover plot to feed in safety and seclusion. In addition, the spruce and pine tree rows make ideal bedding for deer during their wintering phases. The deer sign throughout the property is not to be overlooked, but should be expected being its located in an area that is known for producing trophy whitetails.
The timber sections of the property are located on the north end of the parcel, and are backed by the Chesapeake Creek that runs consistently through this border of the property. Whether your hunting whitetail or turkey, these creek bottoms and crossings offer some of the best stand locations on the property. Another advantage of this property is that the timber is currently enrolled in the Indiana Classified Forest and Wildlands program to help keep taxes at a minimum on the parcel.
Located on the Northeast corner of the property is one of the most breathtaking features. There is a 5-acre pond that is stocked with Bluegill, Crappie, and Largemouth Bass that offer awesome year-round “Farm Pond” fishing opportunities.
This parcel could offer the outdoorsman all avenues of recreation, ranging from waterfall and upland game hunting to whitetail and turkey hunting. This parcel has been well managed over the past decade in practices that benefit all species of wildlife.
Directions: Located just off Indiana State Rd. 63, turn to head East on W, Wander 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.