This 119± acre Scott County farm is full of hunting and recreation opportunities for nature and hunting enthusiasts. The acreage is primarily wooded and has trails throughout. Several improvements carry great value and could be used for livestock or even converted into living quarters. The property is currently used for horses, but the beautiful scenery and improvements give it a lot of diversity.
Quite possibly one of the most historically unique properties we’ve ever listed, this property has a Native American history and is also home to an old pioneer cemetery. It was once the site of the Great River Road Opery and Crooked Creek OHV Riding Park.
The property sits on a scenic bluff along the Hillview Blacktop approximately 1.5 miles West of Glasgow and 3.5 miles North of Hillview (T-13-N, R-13-W, Section 26). Call today to learn more!
Acres: 119± subject to survey; 8.14 Class A tillable acres
Minerals: In tact
Topography: Level to steep
Soils: Worthen, Beaucoup and Medway silt loams
Possession: At closing
Allan Worrell is the Managing Broker for Worrell Land Services, LLC.