Another thing to consider would be to develop a piece of property, individual lots with a large common area. Have a maintenance agreement for the common area.
There are similar rural "neighborhoods" for equestrian & aviation enthusiasts.
With very many different individuals it will be hard to get everyone to agree to some basics.
Thanks BrockStrader22!I would be interested in this if it is west of Indianapolis. Could have up to $50k to work with. I would want to wait for the market to cool off a bit.
LOL - Long range for a 22 short is a lot easier done than with 375 CT around hereI've skimmed thru all the posts, did anyone actually state the desired yardage? No flames intended, but it seems like I often read about someone who wants to shoot "long range" but fails to describe what that means, and yet also wants to find vacant land near a city that has no neighbors or shooting restrictions and is willing to pay huge money to avoid driving an extra 40 minutes once a month.
Yes I think so. And before anyone faints at that price, anything above and beyond the $150 (at the time) membership fee was donated to the 4H shooting program in Morgan County.Member as well. Wasn’t the last time they had openings, when they did the auction for the membership? Think it went for like 1500.
I haven't seen prices trending down. The Rosedale property is almost 50% flood plain. I suspect that is the reason for the lower price.
Seems like land is starting to trend down, two in a row in my area for around $5k an acre instead of $10k, the CRP money on the Rosedale one really sweetens the deal.