Is this you?

You live in the city, but you're getting tired of the downsides of city living - the traffic, concerns about safety and security, looking out any window and seeing your neighbor.

If that's you, a check of realtor.com gives you a possible solution.

Jeff Tenhouse at Mays LLC Realtors has a property you might want to take a look at.

The address is 15572 County Highway 57, about halfway between Fall Creek and Hull in Pike County, Illinois.

The home itself is nearly 2,800 square feet, with three bedrooms and two baths - a two-story farmhouse style.

There's garage space for four cars, with a number of out-buildings, including a cabin they call a Bunk House.

That, plus the fact the home sits on about 34 acres, with the home tucked back into the woods and a view of farms and fields of the Mississippi River bottoms.

All this said, the strength of this property for someone looking to get out of town is that you can do that and still not be far from town. It's a short hop to Interstate 172 and you're about 15 miles from Hannibal and Quincy.

And, not a neighbor in sight.

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This Rural Hull Gem is Close to the City - And Look at That View

Wanna buy a house? How about this rural Hull farmhouse, not far from Hannibal or Quincy, sitting on 34 acres with a view to die for.

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