The opportunity you have been waiting for is now here! 90 Acres of beautiful hunting and recreational land are now available and ready for your dream estate. This secluded property is ideal for both hunting and building. Located at the end of a dead-end road, it offers privacy and convenience without sacrificing everything country living has to offer. Power runs through the property making it significantly cheaper to be built on. The open grasslands provide plenty of options for your private build site with tons of room for a shed or several outbuildings. Fence in part of the pasture for your horses or livestock and enjoy having everything in once central location. Incredibly easy commute to Prairie Du Sac, Baraboo, Reedsburg, Richland Center, Spring Green, Madison, Wisconsin Dells, and every other large town in SW Wisconsin.
Mature woods wrap around the field providing an abundance of wildlife, hunting, and recreational possibilities. Trails crisscross the entire property providing easy access to your stands and your new interior food plots in. Rubs and scrapes parallel the trials making it incredibly easy to scout and identify travel patterns. The woods are enrolled in the MFL and has standing marketable Oak timber. The open field is a prime example of native grasslands. Incredible forage year around as different grasses and broadleaf’s mature through the year. Superior nesting for abundant songbirds during summer months. Could also be turned unto work ground or food plot.
Ideally located just north of Spring Green in Southern Sauk County. It is an easy 1-hour drive to Madison, 2-hour drive to Milwaukee, and 3.5 hours to Chicago. Spring Green’s airport is 10 minutes to the west and is large enough for corporate jets.
This property will not disappoint, contact Realtor/Land Pro Bob Clyde of UC Hunting Properties for a private showing @ (608) 495-0071 or [email protected]
- Sauk County Hunting Land for Sale
- Marketable Timber
- Trails, 1 Acre Pond
- Food Plots
- Power at road
- Private Setting
- Realtree Land Pro Bob Clyde