Northwest Ohio Land Auction 119.9± Acres in 4 Tracts

Northwest Ohio Land Auction 119.9± Acres in 4 Tracts

Northwest Ohio Real Estate Auction
119.9± Acres Offered in 4 Tracts

Property Location:  9731 Klopfenstein Road, Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895.
From the interchange of I-75 and US-33 near Wapakoneta, travel on US-33 East for 6 miles.  Turn right on SR-65 South and travel 4 miles.  Turn left on SR-720 East and travel 1½ miles to Klopfenstein Road.  The property is on the southwest corner of SR-720 and Klopfenstein Road.
From the interchange of US-33 and US-68 near Bellefontaine, travel on US-33 West for 11 miles.  Turn left and travel on SR-720 West for 7 miles to Klopfenstein Road.  The property is on the southwest corner of SR-720 and Klopfenstein Road.

  • 70 Miles Northwest of Columbus, Ohio
  • 60 Miles North of Dayton, Ohio
  • 12 Miles East of I-75
Auction Site:  Scherer American Legion Post 493 · 627 College Street, Jackson Center, Ohio 45334.  From the intersection of SR-274 and SR-65 in Jackson Center, travel on SR-65 North (North Main Street) for 1 block to College Street and turn east (right).  Travel .4 mile to the Legion on the south side of College Street.

Information/Inspection Dates:

Tuesday, October 4 · 4:30-6:30
Monday, October 17 · 4:30-6:30
A representative from The Wendt Group will be available at the home on Tract 3.

This property provides a unique opportunity to purchase a very attractive farm with an all-brick home, functional outbuildings, quality tillable land, and a private woods.  You may bid on individual tracts, a combination of tracts, or the entire property.

Tract 1:  44.5± acres of tillable, level cropland.  Minster silty clay and McGary silt loam are the predominant soil types.  This tract would be an excellent addition to any farming operation.  Consider combining Tracts 1 & 2 for over 75 acres of highly productive raw land.
Tract 2:  34.5± acres with 31.5± acres of tillable, flat, productive land and 1.15± acres of CRP.  The primary soils include Minster and Latty silt clay and McGary silt loam.  The open ditch provides an excellent drainage outlet. Easy access with frontage on both SR-720 and Klopfenstein Road.
Tract 3: 4.5± acres.  This tract features an all-brick home and out buildings.  The 3-bedroom, 1½ bath home has a full basement and attached 2-car garage.  The L-shaped 140â??x125â??x38â?? barn has concrete floors, concrete feed bunk, hay storage, and Ritchie fountains.  Attached is a 60â??x110â?? feed lot with concrete poured walls, supplement bins, 50â?? Stave silo with unloader, and 50â?? concrete poured silo with unloader.  In addition, there is a Brock 9,000-bushel grain bin and an 1,800-bushel bin for on-farm storage.  The Morton pole building is 42â??x100 with a partial concrete floor, side and end sliders, and a walk-in door.  Consider the opportunities provided here for the family with 4-H livestock as well as the serious club calf enthusiast, organic beef grower, and custom heifer raiser.
Tract 4:  36.4± acres with 17± acres tillable.  Soil types include Minster silty clay, Haskins loam and Millgrove soils.  The balance is wooded with mixed hardwoods and abundant deer trails. This tract offers many positive attributes including recreational value and income producing possibilities with timber and cash rent.
Owner:  DiAnn T. McMillen