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Thursday, October 13th
Auction Starts at 6PM
Albany Café Event Center
5196 Washington Rd., Albany, OH 45710
Directions: Exit on to 681 North into Albany, go left on (Old US 50) Washington Road, and then the 1st right onto School Road (beside the public library). The auction site will be ahead in 300 feet.
Wednesday, September 14th, 4-6PM
Wednesday, September 21st, 4-6PM
Held at the:
Salem Township Fire Station #6
28854 State Route 124
Langsville, OH 45741
Auction representatives will be available to answer any questions regarding the property or auction process.
Tract 1: 32± acres with 28± acres of tillable farmland, extensive
frontage along paved Salem School Lot Road.
Tract 2: 24± acres of which 15± are currently in crop production.
Tract 3: 44± acres all wooded with access from Salem School Lot Road on the north. ATV trails and beautiful rock outcroppings.
Tract 4: 7± acres in early successional wooded stage and a great potential building site with access just o Salem School Lot Road, a short 20 minute commute to Athens.
Tract 5: 68± acres with excellent hunting and recreational opportunities with ATV trails, mixed hardwood trees and beautiful rock outcroppings make for an incredibly scenic wooded tract.
Tract 6: 50± acres with 31± tillable acres, a great mix of tillable farmland and wooded land for an income producing recreational property.
Tract 7: 12± wooded acres along Salem School Lot Road, an excellent opportunity for a secluded home site.
Tract 8: 27± acres of mixed hardwoods, 3.7± of pit/lob pines planted in 2000 and a small pond create prime hunting opportunities.
Consider combing tract 2-8 for a contiguous 232± acre tract with fantastic recreational opportunities supported by income producing farmland!
Tract 9: 36± acres with access along Li le Road, a good mix of wooded acreage and 10± acres of loblolly pines planted in 2000 with larger trees toward the back of the tract.
Tract 10: 21± total acres with 20± tillable acres, great access with road frontage on two sides.
Tract 11: 26± acres with 17± tillable acres, access comes from a township road along the south side of the property.
A combination of tracts 9-11 would make an ideal rectangular tract of 83± acres with excellent access a great mix of tillable farmland and woods!
Tract 12: 15± wooded acres along Salem School Lot Road. Tract includes some large hardwoods.
Tract 13: 44± acres with mixed hardwoods and 6.5± acres of pit/ lob pines planted in 2000. Beautiful rock outcroppings with cave and large hardwood trees.
Tract 14: 44± acres with 43± productive tillable acres creating a great farm tract.
Tract 15: 38± acres of mixed hardwoods with 8± tillable acres, a great hunting opportunity with the combination of wooded acres and 8± acres available for a food plot, with easement access from Salem School Lot Rd.
Tract 16: 36± wooded acres including 9.2± acres of white pines planted in 1996, with access from Montgomery Rd.
Tract 1 (32 acres): $72,100
Tract 2 (24 acres): $41,200
Tract 3-15 (432 acres): $978,500
Tract 16 (36 acres): $79,310
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