The Land & Country Home Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin, Joe Nawrot & Brandon Wikman, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market!
You’re looking at one of the most ravishing hobby farm estates to hit the market in years! This 184.45+/- acre Romance Valley paradise is the epitome of scenic wonders and nature’s delights setup with a magnificent farmhouse in Vernon County, Wisconsin minutes from the Mississippi River. If you’re in search for the peaceful grace of country living, this coveted farmette offers endless opportunity to those who desire less distractions and more quality time spent consuming the simple things of Mother Nature.
Wake up with the sunrise and savor the endless panoramic views of rolling hills glistened by dawn’s early dew. This decorative estate boasts of a two-story farmhouse that was built in the 1920s. A spacious +/- 3,820sq ft hosts 3-bedrooms and a 2.5 bath setup. As of 2002, the home has received an awe-inspiring renovation and brought back to its whimsical personality booming with exquisite remodeling. In fact, the home received a brand-new roof in 2018! The main level has a charming family room decked out in custom oak hardwood flooring, a propane fireplace, stone hearth and mantle that were from beams gathered from the original farmstead. For those that love an expansive kitchen, you’re in luck! The kitchen sprawls a roomy (15’x25’) featuring decadent custom Amish cherry cabinets, an oversized pantry, handmade Mexican tile, double electric oven, propane gas cooktop, garbage disposal and side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. In addition, a large cherry built-in wood desk with file drawers and bookshelves for your cook books to finish-off this amazing space wrapped in country love.
The main floor sports a half-bath with handmade Mexican sink and hand-crafted Amish cherry cabinetry. The second story includes two sizeable guest bedrooms with both roomy closet space and a pleasant sitting area. The upstairs has a guest-bathroom with a clawfoot tub, full shower, Amish cabinets, double copper sinks, marble flooring with in-floor radiant heat. The Master Suite showcases an amazing space of art. At (23’x25’) in size, this luxurious room sports a vaulted ceiling, in-suite marble bath, walk-in glass shower with Grohe fixtures, an Amish built cabinet, and in-floor radiant heat. There’s even a hot tub that overlooks your backyard spotlighting a pristine valley wrapped with a world-class trout steam!
In addition to the home, there’s an attached 2-car garage as well as refurbished barn that has a full upper level loft. The barn is an expansive 60’x110’ +/- which would make a perfect setup to possibly host weddings or events! The barn has been completely revamped, cleaned and is turnkey ready for nearly anything you wish to utilize it for.
This estate is meant for those who cherish nature, country living and find their heart close to the wonders of Southwest Wisconsin. For the savvy Trout Fisherman, please listen up! There’s been $105,000+/- injected into stream restoration with the help of grants and sellers cost installing lunkers and riprap along stream embankment promoting fish habitat especially the trout population, which is utterly outstanding. There’re 23-lunker sites and a comprehensive bank stabilization system for brown trout. You won’t find many estates like this that have about 1.4-miles worth of the famous North Fork of the Bad Axe River bisecting the farm and offering unprecedented trout fishing. The neighborhood is covered in rich trout heavy streams that snake through the beautiful rolling valleys of this majestic region. I’d bet to say that this locale offers some of the most privileged trout fishing in the Upper-Midwest. Possible building sites if desired the township requires a minimum of 20 acres to build which would make for multi building sites along the “Benches” in the Northeasterly portions of the property.
The property wouldn’t be complete without some fertile agriculture ground. You’ll find roughly 81+/- acres of certified organic tillable that generates a handsome $6,718 +/- a year revenue stream. The fields are split into an array of medium-sized buffet areas for wildlife, such as deer, turkey and other game birds.
Whitetail hunters take note. There are monster bucks in this neighborhood as well! Just take a look at some of the pictures. It’s not uncommon to gaze out the back window of the house and see fields full of whitetail. The marshy bottom thickets along the trout stream serve as some of the best bedding grounds in the neighborhood. These deer will hunker in these bottoms and make their way into the top fields at night. There’s been several absolute giant bucks taken over the years.
Whether you wish to hunt, farm or simply invest into a piece of the Driftless Region’s finest, please take note that this wonderous estate offers year-round adventures. Bust out your tubes to float down the trout creek in your backyard in the summer before wetting a line. During the winter, grab your cross-country skis to glide through the trail system that wraps around the property. And during the spring, stock your bags full of morel mushrooms that grow along the wood line. There’s just so much opportunity that this estate offers to those who find harmony in this sacred region. Those who are looking for a snazzy investment property, this may be right up your alley. Rent out the home, hunting rights and ag land for a year-round money maker that’s just a short drive to Viroqua and La Crosse.
Contact me before it’s too late and I will guarantee you that you’ll fall in love with this dynamic recreational estate. For more info contact 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 THE Land Experts of Wisconsin.
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