What if you had the chance to purchase one of Southwestern Wisconsin’s most sensational real estate tracts to hit the market consisting of 124 +/- acres. Imagine laying claim to a diverse hunting property in Grant County that has produced not just one Boone & Crockett class whitetail, but three over the years including a 21-point 196 5/8” booner during the 2019 archery season!
You’ll find this remarkable hunting camp settled atop a towering ridge minutes outside of Boscobel just south of the Wisconsin River. The private paradise is rooted in stunning beauty, goliath trophy bucks and charmed with a turnkey cabin for extended stays. I wholeheartedly consider this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest into an absolute goldmine that’s priced competitively. Learn below why this recreational utopia is bursting at the boundaries with high-expectations, sought after memories and unforeseen opportunity to those that aspire to inspire.
Find this secluded hilltop estate off of Forest Road secured by a gated entrance and privacy screened by rows of pines. Enter the grounds on a solid gravel driveway that has breaker rock and gravel for seamless access. The driveway leads to an alluring 24ftx24ft cabin furnished with laminate flooring, electric and multiple sleeping areas. The cabin hosts a roomy kitchen along with a loft area hosting two additional sleeping areas. The setup has a tantalizing touch for a group of hunters, large family gathering or simply a secret getaway for you to restore sanity. The cabin has more than enough wiggle-room for expansion if desired. Currently, there’s no active well or septic system connected to the cabin, but can easily be installed. A custom-built modernized outhouse serves as a conventional privy along with a hot water for taking showers.
The estate wouldn’t be complete without a handsome garage for storing your equipment. This spacious 30x24ft storage facility features a concrete slab, gutters and a generous 16ft wide overhead door to sneak in your tractor, UTV and other personal belongings. The harmonious setup was designed for a “plug-and-play” mentality. Once your truck is unloaded, stoke a campfire in the front yard firepit that overlooks mesmerizing bluffs. As you ponder your game plan over the glistening fire’s glow, you’ll hear the rickety sounds of the windmill that prominently fronts the estate with nostalgia. Here is where dreams are created and memories are made.
You literally cannot find a swath of real estate in a better neighborhood. The south border is home to over 1,300-acres. Southeasterly a whopping 900-acres and the westerly neighbors owns roughly 80 & 240-acre. The immediate chunk of ground alone consists of over 2,500+/- continuous acres consisting of only four private landowners including this very property – it’s truly unheard of, but then again – a key contributor to why the whitetail deer hunting is some of the best.
Do you realize that the odds of laying a Boone & Crockett whitetail in the back of your pickup truck is literally 1-in-20,000? Some 10-million deer hunters across the entire country only enter about 500 animals that make the cut. This property not only produces this type of rarity, but hoards them. That’s not even including the slurry of 140” to 160” deer taken off the land over the years. The largest haul was an animal in the 200” range, while the others were a 21pt 196 5/8” and a 176” 10pt. The deer hunting has only gotten better over the years.
Several miles worth of well-groomed trail systems throughout the entire property. Numerous stand-sites are erected in low-risk, high-reward locations. The wooded ground consists of timber ranging from a dominance of oak, hickory, maple and walnut. There’s even a scattering of mature apples trees. The rolling terrain is warped by a splattering of ridges, knobs and valleys making it hunt wildly huge. A secluded 9+/- acre agriculture field is planted in corn, while the back 4+/- acre valley field on the most northerly part of the estate is rooted in clover and alfalfa. The back hotspot is home to an elevated box blind that has seen many mammoth bucks over the years! The very north 40-acre is considered a “sanctuary.” It’s not fairly steep, but jungle-like thick. The owner rarely penetrates this sacred ground, which has certainly paid dividends and truly shows you how important low-pressure hunting is to be successful harvesting a mature animal.
The land is not enrolled into any government programs. The taxes are only $1,548/2019 tax year. Let’s cut to the chase. Consider this property a true once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Tracts like this rarely if ever hit the market. Ask yourself how many properties you’ve seen online over the years that can even hold a candle to this dreamer. I’ll be the first to tell you that this is as rare as it gets and one of the absolute best hunting properties we’ve come across.
Now is the time to take advantage of this utterly spectacular estate. Consider this property a must-see! For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 // [email protected] or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // [email protected]
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are Wisconsin’s #1 Ranked Listing and Selling Agents of United Country Real Estate working for the Nation’s #1 Ranked United Country Real Estate Office.
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