PRLog - Nov. 27, 2012 - KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Qualified buyers will have the opportunity to purchase 145.84 ± acres of land in Pike County, Ill., at auction prices. The acreage will be offered in two separate tracts and in its entirety. The land features a home, as well as recreational and tillable acreage.
Pike County, IL
Conducted by United Country – Trophy Properties & Auction of St. Louis, Mo., in conjunction with Martin Auction Services, the live auction will take place at the Crossroads Community Center located at 125 West Jefferson Street in Pittsfield, Ill. The auction will take place on Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 2 p.m.
Tract #1 consists of roughly 1.38 acres with a recently updated home. It features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a recently added Florida room, a covered porch and a crawl space. The property also has a detached two-car garage, county water, an RV/trailer hookup with its own electric and septic connections, a metal Quonset building and a grain storage bin. All this is located approximately five miles from Pittsfield, Ill.
Tract #2 is approximately 37.37 acres of tillable cropland, 83.29 acres of timber and 23.8 acres of brushy fields. The owner states that the property provides outstanding deer hunting opportunities. The tract boasts both Menfro and Winfield silt loam soils.
“Our seller recognizes the value of using an accelerated method of marketing – in other words, an auction – to sell their property,” said Phil Brown, broker partner with United Country – Trophy Properties & Auction. “What does this mean for buyers? It means they have the opportunity to purchase part or all of a great piece of Illinois acreage at an affordable price. Today’s market conditions and the auction format allow sellers and buyers to come to a meeting of the minds quickly with a competitively achieved fair market value. In times like these, an auction is the best way to establish what real market value is.”
Detailed information about the property for sale, as well as details about the auctions, can be found online at www.PikeCountyLandAuction.com, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 636-527-LAND (5263).