McPherson County 55 is located in the Southwest corner of Leola, SD. Containing approximately 55.26 +/- acres of agricultural land, 47.7 tillable acres with the balance being the farmstead, improvements, and shelter belts. This property is set up for crop production with endless opportunities of a country living experience, all while providing exceptional wildlife habitat. Improvements Home Built in 1980’s One Story 1947 square ft 1201 square ft concrete block basement 672 square ft attached garage 188 square ft wood deck Four (4) bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms Steel siding Brick facing on front, back and garage sides Casement windows with built in storm screens Metal roof, soffit and fascia. Electric baseboard heat Central Air Conditioning 200 amp breaker box 50 gallon hot water heater Plastic water and DWV (Drain, Waste, and Vent) lines Attached 2 stall garage 24’ X 28’ Two-9’ X 7’ insulated overhead doors with electric openers 22’ X 25’ concrete apron Oak Cabinets and Woodwork Wood burning fireplace in basement City electricity, water and sewer Basement office Large Living Room providing a comfortable place for relaxing Spacious Kitchen for Family Style Dining Three Season Room (Addition made around 2004) Large Deck off the front of house Detached Garage 26’’ X 30’ Steel siding with metal room Two overhead doors Concrete floor Fiberglass doors Built in 1982 Cold Storage Pole Shed 32’ X 72’ X 12’ Dirt Floor Built in 1969 Moved to current location 1996 The perimeter of the property is not fenced. No warranties about the location of the property lines will be made in relationship to the deeded property lines. Property is being sold based on boundaries shown on the legal description. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed. Recreation Throughout South Dakota’s ever-changing seasons, the shelter-belts paired with the cropland of McPherson County 55 will provide habitat to a variety of whitetail deer, ringneck pheasants, and seasonal waterfowl. Agriculture The McPherson County Farm Service Agency records indicate 47.65 +/- acres are considered cropland. Soil maps indicate very productive soils predominantly consisting of Williams-Bowbells loams and Williams-Niobell loams. The property averages an overall Productivity Index (CPI) of 87.0 The agricultural component of this property has been leased in the past to a local producer generating annual passive income.