Land for Sale in Iowa
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Internal data from Lands of America shows $238 million in land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale for sale in the Cyclone State. This represents some 37,888 acres of land for sale in the state. The most expensive property listed for sale on Lands of America recently was $4 million, although the median price for land for sale in Iowa was $402,684. The average price of land for sale in Iowa was $502,080. There was 2,678 acres of sold land in Iowa recorded in May 2018 through the Lands of America sales program. This reflects an 18 percent decrease in sales activity over the previous month. The total value of this sold land and rural real estate was $19.2 million. With its dizzying elevation extreme of a mere 1, 190 feet, pancake-flat Iowa's main outdoor attractions are of the horizontal persuasion. Two national scenic byways thread the state, while any number of country roads will take you through a land of farms, covered bridges and quiet towns. Fishing and hunting are both popular in the state, with the Missouri and Mississippi rivers bithg offering the chance to cast for trout, catfish and walleye and bass. As befits a state with excellent hunting for big and small game like deer, waterfowl and wild turkey, hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Iowa. Of the 99 counties in Iowa, Appanoose County had the most land and farms for sale. In terms of size, Iowa is the country's 26th-largest state, covering an area of 56,276 square miles (36 million acres). In its entirety, 55,857 square miles (99 percent) is made up of land, while the remaining 416 square miles is made up of water.
This 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house located in Arthur is a great investment for someone just starting out, or those looking to start out in the rental business. Easy to maintain and nice finishes throughout.
$139,50012.27 acres4 Beds | 1 Bath | 2180 sqft2961 Quail Ave., Arthur, IA51431 - Ida County
Large family home located just south of Arthur on the pavement. This property has been used for hog raising purposes for years and still offers the buildings to continue this farming tradition. There are two nursery buildings one that has two rooms and holds 200 head total, the other has a capacity of 240 head. There is also a 500 head finishing barn and a 36 stall farrowing barn. The farrowing barn has two rooms one with 12 crates and the other with 24 crates. There are two grain bins located on the property that have storing capacity of 10,500 Bushels and 9,500 Bushels. There is rural water run to the property but is currently shut off. There are three private wells located on the property. They are all shallow wells and one is currently