Bill Freed spent a lifetime after returning from WWII building a farmland portfolio over the next 75+ years. Always working on improving his land, he was the second person ever selected as the McLean County Conservationist of the Year, in 1985. Upon the passing of Bill and his wife, Ruth, their land is to be sold. 8 Farmland Tracts and 1 Buildable Lot, all located near Lexington in McLean County, IL will be offered at public auction December 3, 2019! This investment grade farmland includes everything from prime Class A soils to undulating land with Invenergy Wind Leases and planned turbine construction in 2020 to land adjacent to the I-55 interchange with great sight potential and future development. Small areas of Tract #1 and #6 have hunting/recreational potential adjacent to timber and creeks. The 1.16 acre buildable lot contains a well, oak/walnut trees and a Quonset shed overlooking undulating farmland that transitions into the Mackinaw River timber area of McLean County. See our website for details and tract sizes!
Take Interstate 55 to Exit 178 at Lexington, Illinois. Farmland tracts are adjacent to the interchange and then follow the maps to see other tracts west and south of Lexington.