139 Ac. m/l, Land For Sale in Franklin County, Iowa
NEW PRICE on this hard to find recreational property in Franklin County, Iowa. One of the neighbors recently took a 200″ plus monster near this property!! This mixed use recreational property offers great outdoor opportunities, whether you’re looking to hunt trophy whitetails, longbearded turkeys, or mallards this property will get it done for you! In between hunting seasons you can cast a line in the Iowa River in search of big flatheads. Located within an easy drive from Des Moines, Ames, Cedar Falls, or the Twin Cities. – Franklin County, Iowa Timberland – Near Alden, Iowa – Whitetail Deer, Ducks, Geese, & Small Game – Freshwater Fishing on the Iowa River.
– Franklin County, Iowa Timberland
– Near Alden, Iowa
– Whitetail Deer, Ducks, Geese, & Small Game
– Freshwater Fishing on the Iowa River.
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- Price: $420,000
- Hunting Property:
- County: Franklin
- MOP Address: 575 Oakland Drive
- MOP City: Alden
- Acres: 139
- MOPLS ID: 39776
About the Agent
- Jason Hull
- Phone Number:
- (641) 233-7078
- Office Number:
- (641) 233-7078
Jason is a native Upstate New York. Growing up on a farm in a rural area near the small town of Unadilla. This is where his passion for the outdoors began, learning to hunt and fish with his father, family and friends. After living in Montana for a couple of years Jason relocated to Iowa in 1993 to pursue his obsession of chasing monster whitetails in our great state. Jason is also very dedicated to land management and quality deer management, transforming his personal property from a cattle farm into a wildlife paradise through habitat management and the installation of food plots. Jason is also a Professional Land Surveyor, employed with French-Reneker-Associates in Fairfield, also serving as a Board Member for the Society of Land Surveyor's of Iowa. His experience in this field is a true benefit, allowing him to help you understand legal descriptions, identify property lines, perform property surveys, farm divisions, subdivisions and property development. Jason lives in Jefferson County with his wife Kris, their twin boys Ben and Gabe and their daughter Katherine, all of which are outdoor enthusiasts.