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Huntington County, IN Land Auction

6332 S 600 E : Markle, IN 46770

Huntington County, Indiana

164 Acres
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Huntington County, IN Land Auction : Markle : Huntington County : Indiana

Land Description

• Productive Tillable Land • Professionally Designed and Stocked Pond • Recreational Woods • Newer Tree Plantings with Conservation Grasses • Potential Country Building Sites.

Open House/Inspection Dates

Saturday, January 13 from 10am-1pm

Monday, February 5 from 3-5pm

Meet Auction Manager on site or call for a private showing.

Property Location

6332 S 600 E, Markle, IN 46770

Located on S 600 E between State Road 124 and E 700 S.

Auction Location

Wells County 4-H Community Center

1240 4-H Park Rd, Bluffton, IN 46714

Property Description

A fabulous opportunity to acquire a large amount of pristine land in Huntington County, IN. This property is 164+/- acres, consisting of 60+/- DCP Cropland acres per Fsa, 40+/- wooded acres fronted by conservation wetlands and food plots and another 40+/- acres of newer tree plantings with conservation grasses. This property is located a short distance from Markle, IN and Bluffton, IN and has abundant road frontage on both State Road 124 and South 600 East. This property is fenced along South 600 East and has been methodically developed and professionally maintained for wildlife preservation since 2011. Whether you are an operator looking to acquire additional acreage, an investor looking to buy additional land or an individual looking to purchase a rural setting for an Executive Estate with established wildlife, do not miss this opportunity to bid on a fabulous property in Huntington County. This property can also be an investment for a Conservation Organization desiring to maintain the trees, water, and preservation of wildlife.

Tract Descriptions

Tract 1: 22± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on South 600 East, this tract offers a nice mix of productive tillable land and recreational woods. The soil is a mix of Pewamo silty clay loam and Blount silt loam. Combine Tracts 1 & 2 for 57+/- acres in Huntington County.

Tract 2: 35± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on South 600 East, this tract offers a potential building site and recreational woods. The soil is a mix of Pewamo silty clay loam and Blount silt loam. Enjoy a walk in the woods on this tract. Combine Tracts 1 & 2 for 57+/- acres, which encompasses 40+/- wooded acres in Huntington County.

Tract 3: 34± ac with Pond. With road frontage on South 600 East, this tract includes a 2.5+/- acre professionally designed and stocked pond and a pristine setting with a potential building site. Enjoy wildlife viewing and feeding the catfish on this tract. The soil is a mix of Pewamo silty clay loam and Blount silt loam. Combine Tracts 2 & 3 for 69+/- acres in Huntington County.

Tract 4: 21± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on South 600 East, this tract contains productive tillable land with a potential building site. The soil is a mix of Pewamo silty clay loam and Blount silt loam. Combine Tracts 1, 2, 3 & 4 for 112+/- acres in Huntington County.

Tract 5: 15± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on South 600 East and State Road 124, this tract contains a newer tree planting with conservation grasses and productive tillable land. The soil is mostly Blount silt loam with a touch of Del Rey-Blount silt loam. Imagine the endless possibilities of this tract with frontage on two roads in Huntington County.

Tract 6: 10± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on State Road 124, this tract contains a newer tree planting with conservation grasses and productive tillable land. The soil is mostly Blount silt loam. Combine Tracts 5 & 6 for 25+/- acres in Huntington County.

Tract 7: 10± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on State Road 124, this tract contains a newer tree planting with conservation grasses and productive tillable land. The soil is mostly Blount silt loam. Combine Tracts 6 & 7 for 20+/- acres in Huntington County.

Tract 8: 17± ac with Potential Building Site. With road frontage on State Road 124, this tract contains a newer tree planting with conservation grasses and productive tillable land. The soil is mostly Blount silt loam. Enjoy wildlife viewing on this tract. Combine Tracts 5, 6, 7 & 8 for 52+/- acres in Huntington County.

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