160 +/- Acres - Pierce County, ND

Auction in 402 US-2, Rugby North Dakota, United States

16 Thursday
16th July, 2020 10:00 AM

160 +/- Acres - Pierce County, ND

Auction in 402 US-2, Rugby North Dakota, United States

Thursday at - 16th July , 2020

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160 +/- Acres - Pierce County, ND

Thursday, July 16, 2020 – 10:00 a.m.

 

Auction Location: Cobblestone Inn - Rugby, ND

 

Auction Note:  This is a notable quarter section of land with excellent cropland, large wetland, mature trees with windbreak and a cozy home.  What’s more, this building site has remarkable habitat for wildlife.  This is truly a diverse, unique parcel of land.  Inspection of the building site is by appointment only. 

 

Contact:  Kevin Pifer at 701.238.5810 for more information or Pifer’s Auction & Realty at 877.700.4099 for a complete catalog.

 

Parcel 1:

Acres: 120 +/-

Legal:  120 acres SE¼ 13-157-72

Crop Acres:  90 +/-

This diverse and unique parcel features nearly 90 +/- acres of exceptional cropland with a Soil Productivity Index (SPI) of 65.1.  The balance of the land features grassland, trees and notable wetland, habitat for waterfowl.   The cropland is subject to a lease through 2022.

 

Parcel 2 (Farmstead):

Acres: 40 +/-

Legal:  40 acres 13-157-72

Syle: Rambler Home

Built: 1956

Size: 1,763 sq. ft.

Basement:  1,540 sq. ft.

Wood Siding

Asphalt Shingles

Central Air

Rural Water

Propane Heat

Septic

Outbuildings:

- Garage

- Steel shed

- Pole shed

- Wood shed

- Barn

This parcel features 40 +/- acres of mostly grass, trees and wetlands with a 1,400 sq. ft. Rambler-style home, barn, wood granaries, steel grain bins and other outbuildings. The farmstead has a beautiful shelterbelt on the north side and numerous other mature trees throughout the property.  The home has a newer furnace and central air conditioning.

 

OWNERS:  Wayne & Marlene Olson