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35 Acres of Whitetail Heaven Montcalm County MI Sold

35 Acres of Whitetail Heaven Montcalm County…

Fenwick, MI
A gated and locked entrance and tree and brush screened road frontage give you peace of mind on this 35 acres of whitetail heaven.  An Amish cabin that will sleep 4-5 people with power and propane heat, an outhouse with septic tank, and a well that hasn't been connected to the cabin give you most of the comforts of home while you are out hunting for the day or weekend.  Jeff Sturgis wrote a habitat management plan for this parcel and it has transformed this once open field into a wildlife sanctuary.  Several small ponds hold waterfowl and provide water for lots of different wildlife. The property sits within the Bacon Creek QDM co-op that has a track record of harvesting big bucks.  Neighboring parcels have taken 160+ inch bucks.  This is also in rifle zone territory. The address listed is a 1 acre parcel and the adjoining approx. 33.5 acre parcel makes up the balance of the for sale property.  That parcel ID is 010-024-002-30. This is what the seller has to say... "Great piece of land to chase whitetails.  35 minutes from Grand Rapids.  Rifle Country.  Cabin to keep dry and warm up.  Small Man Cave to get away to watch games. Land contains 3 Ponds.  Whitetail Habitat inspired designed with hinge cut property lines.  3 Raised Enclosed Hunting Blinds and 7 Tree Stands.  Switch Grass screening planted 2 years ago on the East Property Line and 2 acre plot of switch grass planted to create more bedding areas for Whitetails.  ÿSwitchgrass should grow to 6-7 feet tall by next year.  Property has it all.  Walks like 50 acres and holds deer over 12,000 trees planted throughout the property with spruce, poplar, and cherry trees.   You will not get skunked on this property.  If whitetails are your passion this property is all you.  Big Buck country.  Perfect for the hunter that likes to get away from home but close enough where you can go home for the night and return easily in the morning to hunt."