Have you been searching for a recreational property for sale in Southwest Wisconsin? This 59+/- acre vacant land tract in Richland County is home to trophy whitetail, beautiful valley views and could offers a potential build-site. Currently, utilized as a cattle farm, this property is diverse in nature with a spring, stream and trail system.
You’ll find this property located off the South side of Berry Hill Road northwest of Richland Center. Enter the land from the valley bottom where you’ll find open pasture land suited with great fencing around the perimeter. The land is composed of an assortment of apple trees, maple, birch and hickory timber and is part of a beef farm operation. A trail system navigates to the very top ridge, which is 1,140ft in elevation. A 3.5-acre ridgetop field in the southeasterly corner would make for a dynamite food plot!
The land composition consists of 21+/- acres of open land that can be converted into row crop or continued as a small cattle farm. The remaining 38+/- acre is heavily wooded with exceptional topography features with multiple knobs and a main blufftop that runs east to west. The beauty of this tract is the fact that is has food, water and cover making it an exceptional land tract for those in search of a mixed bag of features. The south facing slopes make for prime whitetail bedding pockets along with bumper crops of morel mushrooms!
Whether you’re looking for an investment property, hunting land or getaway – consider this picture-perfect Southwest Wisconsin real estate one that you must not miss! No government programs. Taxed to be determined.
Schedule your private showing today with Joe Nawrot, Tina Marshall or Brandon Wikman. 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