The Divide on 665

Farm Land Auction in Valleyview Alberta, Canada

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11th August, 2021 10:00 AM

The Divide on 665

Farm Land Auction in Valleyview Alberta, Canada

Wednesday at - 11th August , 2021

Description

You will find ‘The Divide on 665’ fourteen miles southeast of the Valleyview, Alberta airport, and the exact fourteen miles east down Highway 665 off divided Highway 43.  Two quarters are adjoining each other on the north-south axis divided in the centre by Highway 665.  These quarters also share a divide, with the creek running northerly down almost mid-point of each quarter. 

Parcel 1 is the home quarter with power and a well located on the serene yard site tucked into the northern natural woodlot.  Access to the yard is over a creek that runs all summer, offering water for livestock.  The soothing sound of the stream can be heard as one strolls the property on a summer day.  An older two-bedroom home heated with a hybrid of oil and wood is located on the property.  The choice is endless for the yard, including a new residence or a potential spot for a rustic cabin.  Parcel 1 has approximately 100 arable acres; however, more acres could be brought under cultivation on the west side.  The parcel has perimeter fencing.  Sale of merchantable timber is a possibility.  Gas is accessible at the northeast corner of the Parcel.

Parcel 2 could see be the scene of a bidding duel between naturalists wishing to keep the pristine quarter to enjoy as is, and farmers realizing the value of both the merchantable timber and fertile soil once the quarter is fully broke.  The west perimeter of the quarter is fenced.  One only has to look across the east or west property line to see what the land is likely to look at in short order if bought by an area grain farmer.  The quarter currently has approximately 60 arable acres.  

Check out the prices lumber mills are paying for aspen and spruce from private woodlots to avoid crown stumpage fees against the backdrop of canola priced in the high teens, and the Starting Bids for these two quarters look like a CLHbid.com mistake.  Make no mistake about it; the ‘The Divide on 665’ is priced for frenzied bidding.  Don’t miss the action on sale day. 

Please review the Purchase Agreements in the Parcel Detail sections to see the specifics of the offers.

‘The Divide on 665’ will be offered for sale by online electronic tender by CLHbid.com.  Check the website for updates from time to time.

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You will find ‘The Divide on 665’ fourteen miles southeast of the Valleyview, Alberta airport, and the exact fourteen miles east down Highway 665 off divided Highway 43.  Two quarters are adjoining each other on the north-south axis divided in the centre by Highway 665.  These quarters also share a divide, with the creek running northerly down almost mid-point of each quarter. 

Parcel 1 is the home quarter with power and a well located on the serene yard site tucked into the northern natural woodlot.  Access to the yard is over a creek that runs all summer, offering water for livestock.  The soothing sound of the stream can be heard as one strolls the property on a summer day.  An older two-bedroom home heated with a hybrid of oil and wood is located on the property.  The choice is endless for the yard, including a new residence or a potential spot for a rustic cabin.  Parcel 1 has approximately 100 arable acres; however, more acres could be brought under cultivation on the west side.  The parcel has perimeter fencing.  Sale of merchantable timber is a possibility.  Gas is accessible at the northeast corner of the Parcel.

Parcel 2 could see be the scene of a bidding duel between naturalists wishing to keep the pristine quarter to enjoy as is, and farmers realizing the value of both the merchantable timber and fertile soil once the quarter is fully broke.  The west perimeter of the quarter is fenced.  One only has to look across the east or west property line to see what the land is likely to look at in short order if bought by an area grain farmer.  The quarter currently has approximately 60 arable acres.  

Check out the prices lumber mills are paying for aspen and spruce from private woodlots to avoid crown stumpage fees against the backdrop of canola priced in the high teens, and the Starting Bids for these two quarters look like a CLHbid.com mistake.  Make no mistake about it; the ‘The Divide on 665’ is priced for frenzied bidding.  Don’t miss the action on sale day. 

Please review the Purchase Agreements in the Parcel Detail sections to see the specifics of the offers.

‘The Divide on 665’ will be offered for sale by online electronic tender by CLHbid.com.  Check the website for updates from time to time.

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