You’re looking at a remarkable 110.9-acre farmland property for sale in Southwest Wisconsin. This coveted investment row crop ground comes to market for the very first time in over a century. In sincere honor and homage to the legacy of the O’Donnell Family and O’Donnell Prairie Farm – you now have the chance to continue the time-honored tradition of making this farmstead your very own. For those in search of a savvy return on investment, look no further than this highly sought-after soil. Whether you’re looking to rent out the farming rights or create a longstanding development opportunity – this lucrative cash cow provides instant assets that render grand promise.
This Richland County farm ground boasts of highly-productive tillable that offers superb and seamless access to a sprawling spread of river valley bottoms. This spectacular region harbors a unique flora and fauna in the shadows of cascading bluffs. You’ll find this estate located in Lone Rock, just minutes from both Spring Green and Richland Center. There’s nearly a half-mile worth of road frontage providing locations for you to build, develop or continuing farming. The farmland itself lies extremely flat, unlike other agriculture tracts in the area that consists of steep sidehills and abrupt drainages. The tract is one of the very few in the region that make planting and harvesting a breeze!
According to the USDA Map, there’s a total of 102.95-acres +/- currently in active farm production. You can estimate that rental rates in this neighborhood generate north of $150+/acre, which would provide a takeaway of $15,500+ annually. Farmland in this neighborhood is extremely sought-after especially those incredibly few that are as turnkey, well-kempt and low slope as this particular one. In the uncertain times that we are in, some of the most decorated capitalists are diversifying their assets in productive agriculture land. This streamline investment provides additional added value that is favorable for those looking to expand their portfolio. Prime real estate like this achieves handsome yearly income that you can always count on.
What makes this regional so special is the soil. The majority of the dirt is composed of Rasset Sandy Loam. The soil characteristics of this tract is composed of an idyllic mix of loam and silt. Sandy Loam is considered to be ideal because of its ability to release nutrients freely to plants, retain water to feed plants and allow excess water to flow away quickly and easily. Sandy loam has a good texture, without heavy clods of clay or accumulations of rock. This is the best soil for growing root crops where the roots need unobstructed, even soil.
Soil. It’s the connector of lives around the world. American Agriculture is not only a labor of love, but also a practice of stewardship to the earth. Only 25% of earth’s surface is made up of soil and only 10% of that soil can be used to grow food. Maybe it’s time that you take advantage of this rare and sought-after farm in Southwest Wisconsin, because land is something that isn’t mass-produced. If you’re looking to invest, there’s no better purchase than income producing farmland. The wide expanse of land and fertility sparks attractive attention.
Due Note: The Home along with all the buildings are being Sold “As-Is.”
Consider this a must-see as it won’t last long. Richland County properties have been flying off the shelf. Due note, taxes are $2,662/annually. Schedule your private showing today with Brandon Wikman and Joe Nawrot. Buyer must provide Proof of Funds Letter from bank or lender prior to showing. For more info contact Wisconsin Land Specialist, Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 Brandonw@uchuntingproperties.com or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // JoeN@UChuntingproperties.com
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are Wisconsin’s #1 Ranked Listing and Selling Agents of United Country Real Estate working for the Wisconsin’s #1 Ranked United Country Real Estate Office.