843.35 acres of farm ground and 516.65 acres of range/pasture.
Lamesteer Creek meanders across one section. Several berms and three dams manage runoff. The hills and rolling terrain attract deer and antelope for hunting.
Exceptional 1920s barn reflects both skill and craftsmanship. If you appreciate high-loft prairie barns, this is the one to restore. It hosted many dances in its heyday. The reinforced beams and chase have helped maintain the roof structure. A large grainary sits atop the original stone piers. There's also a heavy-duty quonset with concrete slab floor.
All, Section 25, Twp 12 N, Rng 60 E, 640 acres.
SE1/4 & E1/2SW1/4, Section 26, Twp 12 N, Rng 60 E, 240 acres.
N1/2 & SE1/4, Section 35, Twp 12 N, Rng 60 E, 480 acres
Historic Prairie Barn, 40.5' x 75.5'
Out Building 2:Grainary, 18' x 60'
Out Building 3:Other, 24' x 52'
Grain Storage:Quonset, 40' x 69'
Farm land 843 acres
4 miles from Highway 7
7 mi so of Wibaux
1. Go 1.5 miles east of Liberty Rd & Lamesteer Rd intersection and south into Section 25. No access to Quonset from here.
2. Go 1.4 miles south of Liberty Rd & Lamesteer Rd intersection, turn east onto Section 35. Follow road to big barn, Quonset, etc.
****DO NOT USE PRIVATE ROAD .9 MILES EAST OF INTERSECTION OF LAMESTEER AND LIBERTY RDS***
Modern farmstead NOT part of property
CA, Conv, 1031