|Price Per Acre:||$2,364|
· 165.33 +/- Acres
· Southern Juneau County, Near Union Center
· Seymour Creek- Class III Trout Stream
· Baraboo River
· Multiple Waterfowl Ponds Constructed
· River-Bottom Whitetail Habitat
· Approx. 20 Acres Wooded
· Approx. 70 Acres Pasture
· Approx. 149 Acres Wetland per Juneau County GIS Mapping
· Approx. 30 Acres Enrolled in Perpetual Conservation Easement (Not Open to Public)
· Likely Unsuitable for Permanent Residence (Floodplain & Wetlands)
· 1.5 Hours to Madison
· 2.5 Hours to Milwaukee
· 3.5 Hours to Chicago
· 3 Hours to Twin Cities
Set in southern Juneau County along the edge of Wisconsin’s Driftless Region near Union Center lays 165.33+/- acres featuring a Class III trout stream, the Baraboo River, multiple waterfowl ponds, active pasture, and river-bottom whitetail habitat!
This presents a unique opportunity for private access to quality waterfowl and whitetail hunting on the same tract. Multiple access points are available along County Rd. W for navigating around/across Seymour Creek and/or the Baraboo River.
Part of the property is in a perpetual conservation easement (not open to the public) which has created the key habitat features present. The previous owners chose the pursuit of this perpetual program to restore the diverse landscape that historically existed prior to former farming practices. Ducks, geese, and cranes have been present on every visit. The approx. 70 acres of active pasture offer the opportunity for a new buyer to continue pasturing or expand the wildlife legacy with prairie restoration, native grasses, or food plots.
Not without its flaws, a tract of this nature offers unique challenges in navigating wetlands and flowing water; however, the legacy awaits a buyer with the vision to continue a restoration project limited only by your creativity.
*Permanent residence is likely NOT feasible due to the wetlands and floodplain that create the unique waterfowl habitat present*
Please contact Listing Agent Pat Guyse (608) 547-7816 to schedule a private showing.