Also offered without the home at 23+/- Acres of High Producing Soils, Minutes from Lake Whitewood, Lake Thompson, Lake Preston and Oldham, Prime Duck , Goose, and Deer Hunting Opportunities, Easy Access on a Blacktop Road with a Well-Kept Manufactured Home Built in 1999, Outbuildings and Rural Water.
Legal: The E630’ of the S1612’ of the NE1/4 of Section 28-T11N-R54W of the 5th PM in Kingsbury County, S.D.
Location/Address: 21225 445th Ave Lake Preston S.D.; From Arlington: 4 miles west on Hwy 14, then south on 449 Ave for 3.5 miles (blacktop), then west on 212th St for 4 miles, then south for 1/4 mile on 445 Ave (blacktop) and property is on west side of road.
Total Taxes: (2011 due in 2012)
Located 11 miles southwest of Arlington, this 23.3+/- acre acreage has a variety of features including 17.3+/- acres of high quality soils with a rating of .89, a well kept mobile home built in 1998, rural water, a 46’x40’ barn/shop built in 2005, easy access on a blacktop road with excellent hunting and fishing opportunities nearby.
The home is 16’x80’ and offers a master bedroom and bath with a garden-soaking tub, two additional bedrooms and another full bathroom. The kitchen and living room are spacious with oak cabinets, a pantry and new flooring. The home has a laundry area, 40 gallon high efficiency 2012 water heater, propane furnace, large vinyl Philips windows, 18’’ R47 ceiling insulation, 6’’ R36 wall insulation, and 30 year shingles put on in 2012.
The balance of this acreage consists of a 46’x40’ barn/shop with the leanto measuring 10’x40’. The barn is equipped with overhead doors and 6’’ reinforced concrete in the 12’ alley, the 12’x16’ tack room/entry and 8’x24’ slab in front of the barn. There are several different pastures and three hydrants (two working), along with two 16’x32’ wind break sheds built in 2004 with three Bower heated waterers located on the acreage.
The land is currently used as pasture for livestock but also has the potential to be high producing tillable land. This acreage has productive soils predominately comprised of Poinsett-Waubay silty clay loams with a soil rating of .89 and 1-6% slope, according to Surety Agridata.
This property is suitable for a variety of different buyers including those looking for a turn-key hobby farm, those looking for a home in the country with hunting opportunities, and those looking for a property with investment value in potential farmland. Considering the variety of attributes including the access on blacktop, productive land, a well-kept manufactured home, outbuildings and hunting opportunities, this acreage appeals to a variety of buyers. See for yourself and call today for your own private showing!