Property address: 19320 394th ST Park Rapids, Minnesota 56470
SECT-34 TWP-139 RANGE-034 149.00 AC 34-2 NW1/4 EX PAR 600 X
800 IN NE COR Hubbard County, Minnesota
149+- deeded acres
109.75 +- tillable acres
2022 Property Taxes: $948.00
Classification: 111- 2b/1B Rural Vacant Land
To build: No building permit needed. Septic permit required.
SECT-34 TWP-139 RANGE-034 160.00 AC 34-3 SW1/4 Hubbard County, Minnesota
160 +- deeded acres
91.75 +- tillable acres
2022 Property Taxes: $1058.00
Classification: 203 – 1A/1B/4B1 Residential 1-3 Units, Rural Vacant Land, Wetland
Wetland, but not DNR classified
To build: No building permit required in Hubbard township. Septic permit required.
Section 3 Township 138 Range 34 269.43 AC-FR W 1/2 NE 1/4; FR NW1/4; NW 1/4: SW 1/4 Less 12.93 AC SW1/4 NE1/4 Wadena County, Minnesota
269.43+- deeded acres
230.58 +- tillable acres
2022 Property Taxes: $3704.00
120 RURAL VACANT LAND – Agriculture fract homestead
Classification: A-2, S-1 Shoreland.
To build on this property, buyer only needs to obtain a building permit from County (not difficult to obtain, issued at counter). However, small section of bottom corner of parcel is in the floodway and not buildable.
Possible public recreation right of way on the river.
Parcel number : 120033040
Section 3 Township 138 Range 34 34.75 AC - NE1/4 SW1/4 EXCEPT EAST 16 RODS NORTH OF SHELL RIVER Wadena County, Minnesota
34.75 +- deeded acres. Primarily wooded with open tillable acres with the Shell River flowing through the property.
2022 Property Taxes: $422.00
Rural Vacant Land Zoning – agriculture fract homestead
River runs through large part of property– Shell River. Possible public recreation right of way on the river.
Can build on the property by obtaining building permit, which is not difficult in this county. EXCEPT: Floodway takes up half the parcel on this one, would need flood elevation certificate to build.
613.18+- acres will be offered in 4 individual tracts, combinations or it's entirety selling to the top bidder, regardless of price!
A unique opportunity to add on to an existing farming operation or an opportunity for a startup farm. The Shell River flows through the property and is home to abundant wildlife including wild turkey, white tailed deer, water foul and black bear. The property is adjacent to Huntersville State Forest with numerous recreational activities including biking, boating, camping, canoeing, kayaking, cross country skiing, fishing, horseback riding, hunting, snowmobiling, swimming and snow shoeing.