SoldCombination Tillable And Hunting Land - 72 Acres
Auction Sale Price: $150,024.00
72 Acres / Crawford County, PA
72 acres +/- with 43.4 tillable acres +/- Good large tillable fields with access from Hilltop Road just East of Conneautville. The remaining acreage has a mix of hardwoods in a mid-age group. Great wildlife, fishing and recreational opportunities on this tract.
43.4 acres tillable
Good access from Hilltop Road
Mix of hardwood timber
Hunting, fishing and recreational opportunities
- Small Game
- Wild Turkey
- Lake(3+ acres)
- Country Road
- Road Frontage
- Partial Fence
Tillable / Production Areas
- Hardwood Trees
- Softwood Trees
- Recreational Improvements
- Public Hunting
- Boat Ramp
- Public Fishing
- Public Access Area
Activities on Property
- ATV Riding
- Horseback Riding
- Family Activities
- Seller's Mineral Rights Convey
- Natural Gas
- Gravel / Rock / Stone
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