This property is typical of the Coulee Country, a central ridge top separated by a steep-sided valley (called coulee) on one side, and a gentle-sloping hillside on the other side. Along the ridge top are several rock outcroppings that really set this property apart from many others. This property features access along two county roads with electricity along both road frontages. This easy access opens it up to possibilities galore including multiple building sites. One building site has been perc tested for a 3-bedroom home or cabin. This property has been used mainly as a deer and turkey hunting parcel. Deer season is just around the corner, so now is the time to purchase this piece and call it your own! This area of the county is known for its high population of deer. It’s a rutting buck hotspot with heavily used deer trails, buck rubs throughout, travel corridors/funnels, native brows, mature oaks and more! On the top of the ridge are several food plots, perfect spots for your deer stands. Not only is it an amazing habitat for deer, but also turkeys and many other types of wildlife. On the west side of this property is a camper site already set up. Build your hunting camp there, or you can set up camp along the east side of the property. Both locations have electricity nearby and are perfect spots for a cabin, or even a home. The trails system throughout this property is second to none! Perfectly manicured trails take you anywhere you want to go. Its shape, layout, topography and access give this property a sense of “big space” making it seem much bigger than 29 acres. The woods consist of a variety of trees typical of a northern forest: red, white & black oak, sugar & red maple, shagbark hickory, cherry, elm, birch and more. In time it will be ready for a timber harvest. This property won’t disappoint! Whether you are looking for a hunting parcel, or a place to get away to and experience nature in your own way, this is it! Call today, before it’s too late!
The Sparta Elroy bike trail is just minutes away, the Kickapoo River for canoeing and kayaking is nearby and so is the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. Just down the road is a trout stream with public access.
This parcel is secluded, yet close enough to the Thriving Communities of Wilton, Kendall, Norwalk, Cashton, and Tomah. A Thriving Community is, “… one that fosters a sense of belonging, that feels alive, engaged, welcoming, and resilient. Where people creatively approach problems that arise and work together to navigate change. It’s one you’re glad to come home to. It’s one you love.” It is only 9 minutes from Wilton, 10 minutes from Kendall, 20 minutes from Tomah, 1 hour from La Crosse, and 1.75 hours from Madison.
For more information contact Rural Property Specialist James Lanier, Your Local Real Estate Expert! (608-514-5181).
- Driftless Area
- Coulee Country
- Excellent deer hunting parcel
- Multiple Building Sites
- Perc Tested for a 3 Bedroom Home or Cabin
- Amazing Interior Trail System
- Spectacular Rock Outcroppings
- Quality Deer Management Practiced