Large pieces of land offering building sites, income, and recreational value are often hard to find throughout Washington County. The quality property offering the perfect combination of hardwoods, tillable ground, groomed trails, and ponds is final available for you to purchase.
Located in East Central Washington County, WI, this 40 acre property is primed for new ownership. It doesn’t take long after traveling down the existing driveway to feel completely secluded and away from everyday stress. Heading north, you will pass approximately 7.5 acres of tillable ground that make up the southern quarter of the property. This offers a unique advantage to the landowner to have a steady stream of cash rent to help pay the property taxes as well as a dynamite food source for quality deer and turkey hunting.
Further along, you will note the groomed trail system that allows easy access by vehicle, ATV, or UTV for riding and hunting purposes. This part of the property is a majority of thickets with open spots available for food plots and stand sites. With a large part of this neighborhood dominated by agricultural fields, these thickets provide outstanding cover and bedding for deer. A local water source is also on this Southern half, containing an existing pond, that could potentially be expanded.
Heading North, you will enter in to a completely different type of property. Composed of varying age classes of desirable hardwood species, such as oak and maple, your building site is already established. Located on the East side of the property, with electric already in, you will enjoy the Southern exposure this property offers. There is an additional 4.5 (approximate) acres of tillable ground on this portion of the property. The northern quarter is solid hardwoods, offering other potential build sites or more recreational opportunities. Existing hunting blinds and trails are ready to use.
If you are ready to end your search for your dream property in Southeastern Wisconsin or for more information, showings, and questions, please contact Wisconsin Broker: Al Wisnefske at 262-305-7494 // firstname.lastname@example.org.