Almost 13 acres of level, 1/2 open, 1/2 wooded for the deer to hide in, a nice pond - owner says: 13-15 deep when full. The water tap is in place, the septic is in place, the electric is in place for your house or mobile home.Fenced all the way around for your horses or cattle. This land could easily be used for hay, vineyard, orchard
- checked the price of fruit lately? - a great truck patch for the farmer's market, or greenhouse or tree/shrub nursery. OR whatever your fertile mind can contemplate. Uses are unlimited.
The huge barn needs a bit of work on the back side but not a lot. Large horse corrals with steel panels. Two wet weather creeks.
Did I fail to mention that DSL - that's right - DSL - is available.
The Duck commander says, "If you want an exceptional property where the new high school has the state's most sophisticated computer lab (Thank you, APPLE) of any high school, this is it, and the doggoned price is right. So, git it while you can."
And, remember, folks, this is not raw land - THE UTILITIES ARE THERE NOW!
Road frontage corners marked with pink/yellow ribbons. the west boundary has "T" posts with pink/yellow ribbons all the way back into the wooded area.
We do have a survey.
From downtown Lincoln - west on US 62 to the 2nd street on the right past the arena. See the Ameri-gas propane tanks?- Turn right on 674. Left at the "T", go about 1 mile then left on 676 (Summers Mtn Rd). Go a mile or so on 676 property is on the left. Cross a very small concrete bridge. Look for the pink/yellow ribbons, then the barn is on the left. Where you park beside the corral and barn is on the property and the prop line is on your right. The east property line is at the creek bridge.
Venture forth and explore. Call or email this agent with your questions or if you would like to write an offer.
- Horse Barn
- Hay Barn