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Old 10-10-2013, 02:15 PM
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Am considering moving to Iowa, east of Creston, west of Osceola, and south of Des Moines, very possibly Oskaloosa. Will be looking for 4 or more acres in rural setting. Any advise?
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Old 10-10-2013, 02:36 PM
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First get a hold of a good map or even refer to Google maps & orient yourself on the layout of that region.
The area between Creston & Osceola is very sparsely populated and is connected in the center by an east to west route, U.S. 34.
Oskaloosa is southeast of Des Moines though & not in the area you delineated.
Other than a rural setting and small acreage, what else are your considerations so as to guide any responses?
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