You’re looking at an alluring 32+/- acre recreational property in the coveted region of Highland, Wisconsin. This Iowa County dream dirt lies in an area well-known for large farmland tracts, big trophy whitetail and features nearly 2,000ft of meandering creek frontage of Six Mile Branch stream occupied by big trout! Whether you’re looking for a bona fide hunting retreat or a place to build a small getaway cabin – consider this gem as your next dream real estate purchase.
You won’t find many tracts of land for sale in this particular neighborhood. Mostly because it’s inhabited by generational farms that simply don’t exchange hands. In fact, the property is wrapped around nearly 1,600-acres of a private landowner to the west and has several 200-ac+ landowners to the east. This is sandwiched right between a slurry of mega tracts. This is truly a once-in-a-decade opportunity to own ground in this locale.
You’ll find this property off of Hooks Road. A driveway leads directly into a 2-acre bottom field currently residing in native grasses. This serves as an open canvas to whatever you wish. Perhaps a food plot, build site or whatever you can conjure. The westerly side of the open land is bordered by Six Mile Branch stream. A creek-crossing spot is located on the NW portion of the stream to access the remainder of the wooded lands that are covered in intermediate aged walnut and mature hardwoods. A trail runs across the stream and heads southerly toward the ridgetop where you’ll find a small clover plot on the top.
The current landowner is keeping the remainder of his adjacent 60+ acres where he currently resides. This particular tract hasn’t been gun hunted in years and sparsely bow hunted. This was the owner’s deer sanctuary. The land features two prominent ridge points that are covered in deer beds with multiple valleys. Heavy deer trails with unbelievable sign decorate the sidehills. This is one of those situations that, “if you know, you know,” when it comes to big buck neighborhoods. In fact, a Booner was recently taken a couple years ago that spent much of his life on this very property. The neighboring top field is an agriculture field that serves as a destination spot for wildlife. There are multiple spots to hang stands and get into some phenomenal rut spots. The owner is more than helpful to point the new Buyer in the right direction.
A portion of the land is enrolled in MFL Closed. Taxes are $363/annually.
Buyers must provide a pre-qualification letter before viewing property and must be accompanied by Licensed Real Estate Agent. For more info, please contact Southwest 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 Midwest’s #1 Ranked United Country Real Estate Office.