The Kingman 100 is located in southern Fountain County just two miles from Kingman, IN. The property has 60 acres of tillable and 40 acres of wooded ground and consists of two parcels: one south of County Road 1000 and one north. The south parcel improvements are power, a small garage, and a 24 X 48 equipment shed. This parcel has 17.14 acres of tillable ground with the remaining 22.86 acres being wooded. It has 1 acre of open ground with the garage, shed, and former home site. The second parcel is south of County Road 1000. This parcel has an equipment shed that is 60 X 42 and a 20 foot radius grain bin. The well is also located on this parcel. 44.13 acres of tillable ground is located on this parcel with the remaining 15.87 acres being mostly wooded. Neighboring properties for the entire 100 acres are in mostly crop production or connecting wood lots. The main water source is Mill Creek which cuts across the north section of the property. It provides the resident wildlife plenty of places to drink year-round. The wooded acres are steep with a lot of nice trees for plenty of stand locations. The deer sign is everywhere in the form of rubs, scrapes, and trails that have been worn down from years of use. The many ridge tops produce a lot of roosting trees for the resident turkeys. Access to the property is very good with county road frontage on two sides and two mowed field roads that provides access to the far north and south fields. County Road 1000 is paved and well maintained. Veedersburg, Indiana and I -74 are just 13 miles away. To schedule a property visit, contact Land Specialist, Jeff Michalic, at the above email or give him a call at 812-230-4503.