|Price Per Acre:||$6,305|
~24+/- Acres Tillable
~Eastern Top Access
~Driftless Region Landscape
~Trail System Throughout
~Expansive Ridge Top
~Large Landowner Neighborhood
~Documented Mature Bucks
Tucked away in the heart of Richland County these 95+ acres are an absolute deer hunter’s paradise. Located at the end of a dead end road, this property features ridges and valleys full of water, bedding and trail systems for easy top and bottom access and two fantastic build sites.
While this property is very well hidden from roads and noise, it is easily accessible from Hwy 14 and the small village of Boaz, known for its tremendous bucks. Located 1.5 miles off a state highway that traverses large neighboring parcels and accompanied by dual easements make the property easily accessible to the trail systems.
As you enter the property to the South you are immediately faced with solid timber that opens up to a current food plot area with newly planted Blue Spruce trees that will eventually create a security border. This is also the first food plot site. Located on the edge of the property next to agricultural fields it will provide for the perfect staging area before the deer head to the agricultural fields . Headed to the North will provide a well-maintained trail that meanders along past old mature oaks and eventually to another food plot/apple orchard.
For the monetary investment minded people, there is a 22-acre field that provides a rental income. As for the deer hunting investment minded person these 22 acres screams “What can I create here?” A large hidden area of open field can provide the security for multiple mature bucks to call home. Heavy cover provided by 3-year-old patch clearcuts will provide close bedding and easy access to food. A quick walk past the field to the south provides a vista of nearly the entire property and miles to the south. The “Million-dollar view”
For the serious hunters that have always dreamed of the perfect setup this is it. One walk through this piece and any hunter can see what the potential holds. With large neighboring tracts and low pressure this property is large enough to hold big deer without the cost of the 100’s of acres piece. The amount of cover/water/food available has provided years of proof of big deer documented in the past years. This area in Richland County has boasted many new members to the 200 inch club in the recent years and pictures do not lie, the big ones are here.
The quote that stood out most from the current owner while I walked this land was “ Yes, the big ones are here but look at the young ones as well, multiple 140 inch two year olds aren’t found many places, but they are here.”