This is the most well managed property for growing whitetails, that you will ever step foot on. This is 100 +- acres of incredibly managed deer property and a gorgeous home with over 4600 sq ft of living space and its 7.3 miles from the Quincy airport and within 15 miles of Quincy Illinois. This property and owners won the the 2017 Mississippi Valley Hunting and Fishing association, landowner of the year award. This property is the perfect example of how good management practices can be for your deer herd and turkey population even on a medium sized tract. This farm is 100+- acres with 26.2 enrolled in CRP (CP33 and ends in 2019, with an additional 10.56 acres of tillable) and the remainder being heavy timber and brushy bedding areas and cedar thickets. There are places on top of the hills that look like Kansas, brushy and thick and then there is row crop food and food plots planted for the deer for a year around food source. There are lots of white oak, Chinkapin oak, and red and black oaks scattered across the farm. There is a creek and a beautiful stocked pond, for year around water. There is a great trail system through the property and to get you around and into stands with different wind directions. there is no doubt, this farm was designed to grow and hold big bucks. The house was built in 2006 by the current owners and they put a lot of details into the house too. The exterior walls are made of Insulate concrete foam. The basement walls are 8″ thick and the walls are 6″ thick on the main floor. The interior walls are steal studded and said to withstand over 200 mph winds. The main floor is 2419 ft of living space and garage. There is a large open kitchen with eating area. the den/living room is 47 ft long, 20 ft wide and 20 ft tall at the peak. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the main floor. The finished walk out basement is 2185 sq ft and has 2 bedrooms and 1 large bathroom and a bonus room that could be used as another bedroom. The garage is 26×26 ft and tall enough for a 3/4 ton truck to drive in. Right off the garage there is a mud room/storage room/hunting stuff room that is 8.5 ft wide x 26 ft long and is heated and cooled. The house is all electric and has a heat pump. Because of the ICF walls, the owners have never had a electric bill over $200 a month. The house is also on county water. There is a 40×75 shed with concrete floors and shelving that has power run to it and water is available. This shed alone would cost $60,000 + to build. This property has too much to list or talk about, you have to see the house and farm to appreciate it. asking price $719,950 For a private showing contact Cabot Benton 217-371-2598 firstname.lastname@example.org You have to contact me for a private showing, please do not pull into this property.