Illinois Farm and Rec Land is excited to offer this premier Fulton County Spoon River Valley country home estate! I have a personal relationship with this area of Fulton County hunting a farm less than a mile from this property for many years. Having driven past this property countless times over the years I always wondered who owned it. I finally got my chance to not only meet the owner but to spend a lot of time on the tract, its even more impressive than I could have ever imagined! The immaculate 4 bed/5 bath custom home is beautifully set on the hill top overlooking the 15-acre stocked lake. The home is surrounded by mature hardwood timber. There were no spared expenses in the building of this breathtaking home from the custom cabinetry, trim, fireplaces and large screened in porch. The high end gourmet kitchen offers cherry cabinets along with sub-zero and wolf appliances. Additional amenities include cathedral ceilings, solid doors, Pella windows, remote temp controls, 2 English Shaw fireplaces and a lavish master suite. Fully finished basement with theater room, bar, pool table and rec room would me a great area for entertaining.
The diverse 162 acre tract is made up of 50 tillable acres with PI of 121, 15 acre stocked lake and mature hardwood timber. This area of Fulton County has a long history of producing giant whitetail deer! The deer hunting on this parcel is nothing short of world class! Along with the deer, there is a large population of turkeys and morel mushrooms in the spring time. Established road system throughout the tract allows for easy access throughout and is ideal for playing the wind when accessing deer stands. Trail cameras will be put out in mid July, we are anxious to see the quality of deer that we know live on this 162 acre tract! This would make the ultimate hunting or family retreat!
Contact land specialist Brad Belser (309)231-1449 for additional details and to schedule a private showing.
US Hwy. 136, North on Route 2 on East side of Ipava to Tarters Ferry Rd. Through Bernadotte on Tarters Ferry to house.