Tiny Home with Barn, Tillable, Pond and Timber

Dix, Jefferson County, Illinois

$159,000

16.93 Arces

Property Highlights:
\tAll new remodeled tiny home
\t30' x 50' Pole Barn
\t1-acre pond
\t11 acres of tillable income
\tWoods and pasture

This Tiny Home sits on 16.93 acres and features approx. 790 sq ft with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and an extra loft where you could add a bed. The home was gutted down to the studs and everything was replaced - new roof, new windows, new electric wiring, new on-demand hot water heater, new R38 insulation, NEW you get the point. The sellers used old barn wood on some of the walls and old barn wood floors for a rustic look. There are 11 acres of tillable earning $140 per acre cash rent every year or if youre looking for more hunting, put the 11 acres tillable into CRP and plant warm season grasses or CRP trees. There are a couple great places for food plots as well and as you can see from the picture the seller buys back some of the tillable from the farmer. The seller has seen up to 30 deer in the field at a time and up to 50 turkeys, so the property is overrun with deer and turkeys. Putting the tillable into grasses or trees would just hold more of them. The pond was dug out in 2019 and is full of fish. The 30x50 pole barn is older but is in good shape. Currently the farmer pays the sellers to store his trailers - you could easily put concrete floor and put one more wall up to enclose it for a great workshop. The Tiny Home could be used when you want to use it and then rented on Vacation Rental by Owner or Air B&B and could possibly make $100 night, if you only rented it for 4-5 months that would be $15,000 a year income plus the tillable income. That is a great return on your investment and with the volatility in the stock market, now is the time to put your money into land that makes a return. The 16.93 acres could also be split up into 2-4 acre lots and sold for more per acre and keep what you want. Property is agent owned.

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Utilities

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No water

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No sewage

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No telephone line

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No gas

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No electric


Lot Details

  • Icons/close No Mobile Home Data Provided
  • Icons/close Property is not on a Cul de Sac
  • Icons/close Property is not a Corner Lot
  • Icons/close Property is not Subdividable

Internet Speed for Dix, Illinois

Provider Type Max Up Max Down
Wisper ISP, INC Terrestrial Fixed Wireless 5 Mbps 50 Mbps
ViaSat, Inc. Satellite 3 Mbps 35 Mbps
HNS License Sub, LLC Satellite 3 Mbps 25 Mbps
Illinois Bell Telephone Company Terrestrial Fixed Wireless 1 Mbps 10 Mbps
VSAT Systems, LLC Satellite 1.3 Mbps 2 Mbps
GCI Communication Corp. Satellite 0 Mbps 0 Mbps
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This Dix Economy

Description Dix
Unemployment Rate 4.9%
Recent Job Growth 2.0%
Future Job Growth 31.6%
Sales Tax 6.8%
Income Tax 5.0%
Income Per Capita $22,575
Household Income $29,792
Family Median Income $61,875
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting 1.8%
Mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction 0.0%
Construction 11.0%
Manufacturing 11.0%
Wholesale Trade 1.2%
Retail Trade 21.3%
Transportation and warehousing 7.9%
Utilities 0.6%
Information 2.4%
Finance and insurance 1.2%
Real estate, rental, and leasing 0.0%
Professional, scientific and technical services 1.2%
Management of companies 0.0%
Administrative, support, and waste management services 2.4%
Educational services 11.6%
Health care and social assistance 6.7%
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 0.0%
Accommodation and food services 7.3%
Other services 9.8%
Public administration 2.4%
Approximate Location
This land's acreage of 16.93 is equal to:
12.8
Football Fields
This land's price of $159K is equal to:
0.12
Avg. priced homes in San Francisco
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USDA Hardiness Zone 6a.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.

Zone 6a goes all across this great country; stretching in a great crescent, through the center of the U.S. From Massachusetts down into Delaware. It then spreads southwest through Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas. Making a pit stop to touch the cooler parts of New Mexico and Arizona. Before it heads north into Utah and Nevada ultimately ending up in Nirvana-Land, aka Washington.

The coldest days in winter:
Temperatures from -10 to -5°C

This zone is good for growing:
Tomatoes, Squash, Peppers, Potatoes, and Cucumbers
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