Shawano County 156 acres, A true legacy property for the ultimate outdoors person.

Hwy 156 Navarino, Wisconsin

Shawano County 156 acres, A true legacy property for the ultimate outdoors person.

Hwy 156 Navarino, Wisconsin
$515,000 156.11 Acres
County: Shawano
Township: Navarino
Price Per Acre: $3,301
Taxes: $1,899

Listing Agent Info

Jeremy VanHulle | Whitetail Dreams
(920) 819-1338

Property Details

Located in Navarino on HWY 156 just 15 minutes east of Clintonville, this 156.11 acre property (per tax roll) is a true legacy property that has been in the same family since the early 1960’s. Originally setup as a hunter/trapper cabin, it still has the feel of yesteryear but today it’s set up for electric by generator.

Seclusion Seclusion Seclusion: a 1/4 mile road into the property and an additional 500′ to the cabin will have you in your own world. Immediately the noise subsided and I was off on an adventure to see what this property had to offer.

A simple cabin with no running water or indoor plumbing, this place is ready for the next owners to start creating their own legacy. Imaging playing cards and hearing the stories of the days adventures echoed by the crackling of the fire in the wood stove. A fuel oil stove also is there to provide heat. No matter if it’s hunting, trapping, or just walking a with a shotgun in the woods looking for grouse or woodcock, this property has an incredible amount of outdoor opportunity.

The woods is a mix of ash, oak, maple, and poplar, with a scattering of evergreen. It’s currently enrolled in MFL Closed and has been meticulously managed over the years and it shows.

A trail system will get you to most parts of the property easily.  Many small oak islands exist within the lower portions of the property. Countless deer stands are located on the property and will be included in the sale.

A couple small food plots have been scratched in over the years, however the natural dropping of oaks and general browse has the deer all over this property

The gated access is off Hwy 156 and is owned so there’s no need to worry about easement issues. The drive in is high and dry and gives you plenty of parking when you get to the cabin.

The area has been known over the years for producing some incredible whitetails and even some big black bear. With an abundance of large tract owners surrounding this property, you’re off to a good start for minimal intrusion.

I can hear the joy in the owners voices when they tell stories of all the amazing times had here but can also sense a little sadness at the thought of not building more memories at “the land.” When asked why they wanted to sell, they simply stated they have outgrown the property with the next generation of upcoming outdoor adventure seekers.

Please respect private land and only walk property with permission of the listing broker. You can contact Jeremy @ 920-819-1338 to schedule a showing time.