The Land & Country Home Experts of Southwest Wisconsin, Joe Nawrot & Brandon Wikman, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market!
Have you been in search of an affordable tract of deer dirt? This 27+/acre estate is home to a slurry of both whitetail, turkey and trout located just minutes Northwest of Richland Center. If you’re in the market to stake claim to your very own ground, here’s your chance to make that dream a reality at an exceptional price! Luckily, this property was given an authorization to apply for a driveway permit for a new buyer to who would need to go through the permit process through the State Dept. of Transportation.
Located in Vernon County, this recreational property may be found right off of HWY 14 near the intersection of Espe Road in Readstown, Wisconsin. The northern boundary is bisected by Day Creek, which is a Class I Trout Stream. The waters have been last stocked with trout in 1989 and have been a hot-bed for natural reproduction of brook trout as well as numerous forage fish species. Approximately 50% of the stream contains a sand bottom and offers excellent sport fishing!
The land features a wondrous ridge system with an elevation change of 820ft at the base to 1,040ft at the highest peak. While there’s currently no trail system on the property, one may be established for easy access via ATV to and from stand-sites. The property is jam-packed with a plethora of hardwoods, which include a majority of oak trees. This neighborhood is widely known for trophy whitetail. Pack your bags. Jump in your truck. And spend the weekend chasing hill country giants amongst some of the most stunning views in the state of Wisconsin.
A simple walk through the rolling topography will unveil massive deer trails, a splattering of scrapes and countless buck rubs. The composition of this tract boasts a ridgetop sloping into a sidehill toward HWY 14. Several established bedding areas hold both buck and doe hot spots. The property offers habitat for a variety of wildlife. The many nut and acorn producing trees such as oak, maple, walnut and hickory provide mast food for both deer and turkey.
Contact me before it’s too late and I will guarantee you that you’ll fall in love with this dynamic recreational estate setup to make lasting memories. For more info contact Wisconsin Land Specialist, Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // JoeN@UChuntingproperties.com or Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 // BrandonW@UChuntingproperties.com.
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are THE Land Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin.