|Price Per Acre:||$6,500|
One of the most exceptional tracts brought to market in the Hillsboro area in years! Remarkable diversity in landscape, habitat, & scenery put this 96+/- acres in a league by itself. A string of notable features includes year-round flowing stream, primitive well, sloped west facing build site, trail system, secluded fields, thick cover, access from east, short/long term timber revenue, & 32’x48’ pole building with living quarters offering power, wood heat, and rustic barnboard décor.
The pole building provides a cozy, rustic hunting cabin and storage for all of the tools and toys to enjoy this piece of Driftless Region paradise. A few of the many highlights include power, wood heat, concrete floor, and multiple doors along with modern siding and roof. Nearby is an ideal building site for a permanent residence that provides easy access to power and fiber along with a gentle slope for a walk-out setting. Expansive westerly views from your new back-deck over-look your slice of southwest Wisconsin heaven.
A nearby stream and natural spring provide year-round open water. The balance of easily accessible water, outbuildings, and nearby tillable create an ideal setting for your new hobby farm!
Departing the buildings, a well-developed trail system leads throughout this extremely diverse tract. The 25.5+/- acres of tillable are comprised of multiple secluded fields strewn throughout surrounded by deep, isolated valleys. The eastern access in combination with the landscape permits a number of options for strategic setups taking advantage of staging areas, funnels, bedding, and final destination travel alike.
The seller has devoted over 20 years of intensive timber stand improvement creating an exceptionally unique opportunity for the new owner. Strategic timber harvests have resulted in improved access, early successional cover, and successful oak regeneration that is well above average for this area. Thousands of trees have been planted to provide both habitat and long-term potential timber revenue. Extraordinary care such as pruning and mechanical timber stand improvement has been given to the hundreds of Black Walnut trees onsite. Other primary hardwood species present include red oak, white oak, sugar maple, aspen, red maple, basswood, elm, and hickory.
Contact listing agent Pat Guyse (608) 547-7816 for your private tour.
Buyers are not permitted onsite without an agent present.