The Land & Country Home Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin, Brandon & Joe, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market!
Imagine owning your very own private paradise consisting of 51+/- pristine acres of sheer bliss. This whimsical fairytale of an estate may be one of the most stunning real estate properties of the year! Here’s your chance to lay claim to an absolute trophy whitetail gold mine that features a glassy fish-stocked pond, cold-water creek and just enough tillable to plant a grocery load of food plots.
You’ll find this world class spectacle hidden just miles north of Richland Center, atop a towering ridge system at 1,220ft in elevation. A location that overlooks miles of rolling terrain checkerboarded in fertile agriculture that bellows into wooded valleys. Enter the grounds off of County Road A, where you’ll find a groomed driveway hard-packed with breaker rock leading to a secluded protentional build-site. As you enter this sacred ground, you’ll soon realize that you’re amongst some of the best whitetail hunting in the state of Wisconsin. There’s an engrossing sense of allure that feeds this tract’s soul like no other property that I’ve seen.
The potential building site hosts a small storage garage for treestands, atv’s, tractors or tools. This would make a picture-perfect site for a temporary camper or cabin. Follow a mowed atv path that wraps its way down the slope to your very own pond bursting with bass and crappie. This wildly unique attribute won’t be found on just any property. A whopping 17ft +/- deep pond stretches nearly 1 +/- acre in size offering thrilling fishing adventures with your kids. The pond is fed by a gurgling natural spring. In fact, there’s approximately four springs per seller. A free-flowing creek runs along the bottom ravine gushing through rocks and ancient boulders. The tremendous amount of water features provides year-round replenishment for wildlife.
Continue along the trail to find an 8+/- acre grassy hay field that can be converted into a buffet of wildlife forage. This plot would make a dynamic season-long deer and turkey draw situated in the most ideal staging area. Plant Egyptian Wheat along the southerly end for a perfect cover-screen to access your stands undetected. Currently, there’s piles of deer beds in the overgrown grass mix, which they’re utilizing as a hang-out before entering the vast surroundings of corn and bean fields.
The logging road takes a turn on the southwest corner and enters the bottom ravine. Here, you’ll find a mature fruit tree sagging with thousands of apples. As you could imagine, the grass beneath the tree is flattened from hoof traffic. Along the journey, you cannot help but notice a diverse blend of timber. Acorn bearing oak trees mixed with red and white pines dominate the landscape. There’re even a few shagbark hickories in the mix. Mud beaten deer trails crisscross throughout the estate allowing endless option for tree stand sites.
The map may be slightly deceiving to the eye of a seasoned deer hunter – at least it was for me, until I walked it. Once in the timber, you’ll find eight small ridge benches that are home to a slurry of deer beds. This tract not only holds deer… it hoards them. The amount of beds that I walked thru was quite shocking to be quite frank. The standing timber has a nice assortment of mature and intermediate logs, which allow a booming succession of thigh-high browse. This not only provides an adequate diet for critters, but also idyllic cover. It’s important to note that the property is surrounded by monstrous privately-owned land tracts harboring a Quality Deer Management attitude.
This epic daydreamer spotlights inconceivable deer hunting throughout the fall season, but most importantly, during the Rut! Its precise location is conveniently at the dead-end of a 6-mile ridge system that funnels rut crazy bucks through the heart of the property. In fact, there’s pinch-points on top of pinch-points on this property. You’ll notice the main hub skirting the pond. The deer trail looks as if there were cattle trampling through all summer long. Properties like this rarely exist in the marketplace and sell extremely fast. While the sale of this recreational property may sound too good to be true, it isn’t. It’s truly far more than I can articulate.
The taxes are $1,894+/- per Richland County Tax Summary. The land is not enrolled in any Managed Forest Land program. Now is the time to take advantage of this world-class estate. Consider this property a must-see if you have any interest in owning some of richest deer dirt in the state. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 // BrandonW@UChunt.com or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are THE Land Experts of Southwestern Wisconsin.