The Land & Country Home Specialists of Wisconsin, Joe Nawrot & Brandon Wikman, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market!
If there was ever a property that completely blew me away – this is it. I’ll dare to go even further. This is the type of property that you’ll begin writing an Offer on halfway through the showing if not sight-unseen. It’s not often that I find myself at a loss for words, but this recreational tract suited to build is enamored by riches beyond the eye can see. You’ll find this breathtaking 160ac estate located in Adams County, Wisconsin torn from the pages of Outdoor Life rooted in mesmerizing beauty, rolling ridges and utterly infested with trophy caliber whitetail. For those looking for the ultimate outdoor enthusiast package – this is truly a property of the decade!
If there’s anyone that knows Adams County recreational property – it’s me. I am all too familiar with the pros, cons and takeaways that this area offers compared to other regions of the state. Not only have I grown up here, but also hunted this County my entire life. I will go on record to say that this is by far the best piece of Adams County hunting land that I’ve ever seen. Period. While I make these claims, please don’t be fooled. I am fully prepared to standby them and illustrate why this extraordinary tract is my favorite piece of ground that I’ve ever had the privilege to step into.
Whatever you thought you knew about Adams County real estate – erase it. This tract is in its own category. You’ll find this property conveniently located just 6-miles west of Coloma, minutes from interstate 39. Access the land off of 3rd Avenue offering over a quarter-mile’s worth of road frontage with multiple spots to build your cabin or permanent residence. Multiple trail systems wrap throughout the land penetrating the epicenter of the grounds. There’s over 1.5-miles worth of well-groomed trails that provide seamless access into hunting hot spots or provide hours’ worth of sport-riding.
You won’t find any swampland on this property. The land is warped by four massive ridge systems that bellow into unbelievable south sloping deer bedding knobs. Massive rock outcroppings showcase spellbinding majesty off the ridge spines. At the highest peak, ridgetops tower over 1,170ft in elevation and gradually fall to 1,060ft at base level. That’s over 110ft in elevation changes! Again, you’ll find yourself asking if you’re in Central Wisconsin, which predominately features topography composed of outwash and lake plains where the land surface is wildly flat and sandy.
As you review the photo gallery, you’ll find the property map at the end. You’ll likely ask what the long open landing strip in the middle of the property is. To answer, it’s a buried pipeline. This long strip is about 20-yards wide and provides a picture-perfect spot to plant food plots! Imagine filling this strip with green groceries or screening sections of it in tall Egyptian Wheat privacy screens. This is a food-plotters dream! Erect your box blind and enjoy overlooking your own Texas sendero.
The property is part of the Richfield Quality Deer Management Co-Op along with several thousands of neighboring acreages that create this incredible alliance. How great is the deer hunting? I’ll let some of the shed antlers we found do the talking. Both Joe and I counted over 240-deer beds throughout the entire property and found 10-sheds in the very short time we walked the ground. We didn’t even cover half of the physical land itself – it was quite honestly one of my best days afield.
You’ll find the ridgetops covered in hardwoods with millions of acorns scattered about the forest floor from towering White Oak trees. The bottoms are composed of pine and oak regeneration that is completely blanketed in dense cover with deer tunneling from one spot to the next. Nearly every step you make you’ll find deer beds – it’s overwhelming and honestly hard to believe!
This is simply one of those incredibly unique properties that outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen dream of. The land is enrolled in Managed Forest Land – Closed, which carries a light tax bill of only $280/annually! There’s a selective timber cut on mature timber in the very near future offering an optimal cash-in for a Buyer. Now is the time to take advantage of this glorious investment.
What makes this pocket so great comes as no surprise to those who dig for detail. The area is totally engulfed in Quality Deer Management practices. In addition, borders several goliath-sized private tracts. The north boundary is home to 244+/- acres. The east boundary is 157+/- acres. And several large 80+/- acre tracts to the west. These large parcels with extremely limited hunting pressure create a homegrown presence of trophy whitetail with age structure.
Real estate of this size simply doesn’t pop-up in this neighborhood often, which adds a riveting component to the desirability. It’s safe to say that this sought-after neighborhood begs attention for those seeking recreational freedom. The seller would consider splitting the property or adding more, which is highlighted below.
240 for $660,000
80ac for $228,000
Please note: If you view the property on our Website’s “Interactive Map” App, it shows Cypress Court running through the property. That is incorrect. There are absolutely no roads or highways encumbering this property whatsoever. The county GIS Mapping System is out of date.
This profound piece of recreational ground is something special. 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 South Central Wisconsin. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // JoeN@UChuntingproperties.com Or Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 //
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are THE Land Experts Of Wisconsin