A rare and highly sought-after opportunity in Clarke County, Iowa – 40 acres m/l immediately southwest of the intersection of the Truro Pavement and Pacific Street. This property is located northwest of Osceola and south of Truro, Iowa in the Clarke Community School District. This beautiful site would work well for an executive style acreage or possible building site/s overlooking the gently rolling hills of southern Iowa and nearby Squaw Creek! The proposed 816-acre Clarke County, Iowa Reservoir Project (see Water Supply Maps) is located less than one mile directly south of this property.
There are 23.51 FSA tillable acres carrying a CSR2 soil rating of 47.0. The farm currently consists of hay acres, timber draws and fingers, and a large four-acre pond located in the heart of the property. Improvements include electric through Alliant Energy at the road and rural water through Southern Iowa Rural Water Association. There is a four-inch main waterline running through the property and along on the north side of Pacific Street (see SIRWA Waterlines Map). Internet is available in the area through Kinetic by Windstream. Don't miss this opportunity to build whatever you desire with no covenants or nearby lakefront views!
The Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) in Section Twenty-Three (23) of Washington Township in Clarke County, Iowa. Exact legal description to be taken from the Abstract.
From Osceola, Iowa: Travel north on Interstate 35 for approximately three miles to Exit 36. Continue north on the Truro Pavement for approximately five miles. The property will be on the west side of the road. Look for the Peoples Company signs.
From Truro, Iowa: Travel east out of town to the first intersection and turn right (south) onto County Highway R36. Continue for approximately six and one-half miles and the property will be on the west side of the road. Look for the Peoples Company signs.
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