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Laporte, IN 46350

LaPorte County, Indiana

588 Acres
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Laporte County, in Land Auction : Laporte : LaPorte County : Indiana

Land Description

• Productive Farmland • 533+/- FSA Tillable Acres • Large Fields for Ease of Farming • (4) Valley Irrigation Systems • (1) Zimmatic irrigation System • Located Just off US 6, Near Kingsford Heights.

Open House/Inspection Dates

Wednesday, October 26th from 9-11Am

Wednesday, November 2nd from 3-5pm

Meet a Schrader Representative at Tract 1

Property Location

To Tracts 1 and 2: From the intersection of IN 2/In 39 and US 35 in La Porte, travel south on US 35 for 7 miles to the intersection of US 6/Us 35 turn left onto US 6/Us 35 S and travel for 0.8 miles and turn right onto CR 700 S. Go west on CR 700 S for 0.3 miles and Tracts 1 and 2 will be on the left.

Physical Address to Tracts 1 and 2: 141 W 700 S La Porte, IN, 46350

From Tracts 1 and 2 to tracts 3-8: Travel east on CR 700 S for 0.3 miles to the intersection of Cr700 and US 6/Us 35. Turn right (south) onto US 6/Us 35 and travel for 0.2 Miles to Range Rd. Turn right on Range Rd and Tract 3 will start on the right and Tract 6 will start on the left in 0.1 miles. For Tract 8 - continue on Range Rd to Tracy Rd. Turn right, go over the railroad tracks and Tract 8 will start on the right.

Auction Location

La Porte County Fair Grounds - Community Building

Address: 2581 IN 2, La Porte, IN 46350

Online Bidding Available

Tract Descriptions

Tract 1: 4± ac acres with a two-story country home featuring 5 bedrooms, wraparound porch and majestic oak, sycamore, and maple trees. These mature trees create a serene setting that is hard to duplicate. Wood framed building 28' x 95' with 32' lean-to. Home viewing will be available after October 24.

Tract 2: 94± ac of nearly all tillable, productive farmland watered by a 4-tower Valley irrigation system. The well is powered by a 75 hp electric motor producing approximately 600 gpm. The 75 hp electric motor was installed September 1, 2022. The soils are approximately 75% Tracy Sandy loam.

Tract 3: 174± ac of nearly all tillable productive farmland, featuring a 7-tower Valley irrigation system. This is a large contiguous field with easy access from Range Rd. If Tracts 2 and 3 are purchased separate, Tract 3 will need to secure its own water source.

Tract 4: 101± ac "Swing Tract" of productive farmland. The three predominate soil types include Gilford fine sandy loam (50%), Cohoctah sandy loam (17%), and Martisco muck (10.3%). This tract must be purchased by an adjoining landowner or with Tracts 3 or 5.

Tract 5: 15± ac of mixed hardwood trees with access to Range Rd via a 20' easement. Investigate the hunting and recreational opportunities this tract has to offer. Be prepared to bid your price. Combine Tracts 2-5 and control 388+/- acres of quality contiguous land.

Tract 6: 63± ac of farmland with frontage on 3 roads: US 6/Us 35, Range Rd, and Tracy Rd. This 3-tower Valley pivot is fed by a 40 hp, 3-phase, electric motor.

Tract 7: 137± ac of nearly all tillable productive farmland. This tract features a 3-tower Valley pivot and a 3-tower Zimmatic towable pivot. The well is powered by a Pivot Power, diesel power unit and can pump approx. 600 gal/per minute. This tract offers great access to both Range Rd and W 850 S.

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