Iowa's diverse landscape create's a beautiful place to live and work, and there are currently numerous efforts underway to preserve our delicate Eco systems for the future. Under Iowa Law, a Conservation Easement is defined as a restriction on the use of land that exists to preserve scenic beauty, wildlife habitat, wetlands, or forests to promote recreation, open space, agriculture, soil or water conservation or to conserve the land.
The previous owners of this unique property saw the inherent need to set aside land, and preserve it against future development in an effort to maintain our diverse landscape that is so quickly being destroyed. Through a Conservation Easement, they have guaranteed that this land will forever remain untouched, so that future generations may enjoy it.
The current owners have decided to relinquish ownership, and now this unique 31 acre property is available for purchase. If you have been looking for an extremely affordable piece of property to enjoy with friends and family, a place to let the dogs run, or possibly a place to enjoy some hunting, this may be it.
The attached documents outline the property location, and the recorded conservation easements on record.
If you have specific questions related to the activities that the property can be used for, you will need to discus those with the Wildlife Fish and Game. Please call Scott Gilje or Email listed above If you have interest in seeing the property or additional questions, please email Email listed above, or call .
Directions From Indianola, drive South on Hwy 69 to West 17th Ave. Turn West for approx. 1 mile and property is on South Side of Road.