This 26.5 acres on Dunlap Creek Road is a fairly flat mini farm that is mostly tillable except along Dunlap Creek, which crosses the rear portion of the property. It has a nice entrance leading to a large old frame farm barn that used to be a cattle barn.
The acreage backs up to a wooded hill backdrop that makes for a nice sunrise and a funnel for deer down to the creek. The creek has Rock Bass and Muskie, about 1/2 mile away some fishermen caught a 33" Muskie!
It has a nice building site in front, and the remainder would be ideal for either crops or pasture.
This property could have a cabin added for a nice deer hunting property, or it could have a house for a nice mini farm.
The tillable land could be used for either crops or for pasture and hay. The land has enough gravel in it to drain quickly, so it would be ideal for horses or cattle.
The creek flood plain is not very wide, so the flood plain is narrow.
The neighbors here are friendly, as you would expect in an agricultural and timber area.
This property is within a couple miles or so from the small town of Rarden, which is 10 miles or so from S.R. 32, which is a straight shot to Cincinnati and it connects to Rt 23 for a straight shot to Columbus. Also Dayton to the NW is accessible on S.R. 35 or S.R. 41.
This property is part of the old Thompson farm, and several of the Thompsons still live in the general neighborhood.