Are you in search of a pristine recreational property in Southwest Wisconsin that checks every single box of what an outdoor enthusiast could ever dream of? This whimsical 177.08 +/- acre fantasy spotlights hearty agriculture, meandering trout streams, superb whitetail hunting and waterfowl galore. You are looking at one of the most diverse rural real estate tracts to ever hit the market in the Driftless Region!
You’ll find this property at the very dead-end of Irene Lane just north of Richland Center. Upon entering this fantastical refuge, you’ll be greeted by a number of awe-inspiring sights, sounds and feels. A resident bald eagle proudly towers the entryway on the adjacent property perched upon a lofty nest overlooking Irene lane. You’ll be greeted by a gaggle of honking geese and friendly ducks splashing in the pond. The sounds of whisking trout waters race along the bank as sandstone overhangs once used as shelter by Native Americans decorate the landscape. This charming countryside encompassed with promise is the epitome of Nature’s Grace.
Set upon the center of the property lies an old farmstead featuring a 2-story farmhouse that features 3-beds and 1-bath comprised of approximately 1,800-sq ft. The older farmhouse is being sold as-is, but has received some basic remodeling and is currently used as a full-time residence. In addition, you’ll find a noble 2-level red barn as well as a machine shed for additional storage.
The property features 62 +/- acres of row crop planted in a mix of both corn and soybeans. The annual farm rent provides a handsome revenue of 7,750/annually. The farm lease continues until December 31st, 2025, however, can be renegotiated at the end of this year per the written lease agreement. The tillable land is surrounded by beautiful patches of timber that lay claim to giant whitetail. Numerous photos have been documented from the camera lens of the landowner throughout summer and fall of these majestic monsters.
For those that love water, you’ll be hard-pressed to find another property in Southwest Wisconsin that boast of (2) trout streams! The Pine River, which is a Class II trout stream known for brown trout and native brook trout. The other stream that meanders through the property is Hawkins Creek, it too, being a hotbed for trout. Both of these streams not only provide the property with flora and fauna, but create a magnificent habitat for wildlife from butterflies to birds and everything in-between.
The land is rooted in sheer magnificence. From bold scenic views to a utopia of wild game. You may never find another property that has as much as an “IT-FACTOR” as this one. Consider this an opportunity to own some of the very finest Driftless Region real estate in Southwest Wisconsin. The land is not enrolled in any programs. The taxes are $3,531/annually.
Schedule your private showing today with Travis Hamele, Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman. Buyer must provide Proof of Funds Letter from bank or lender prior to showing. For more info contact Wisconsin Land Specialist, Travis Hamele at 608.697.3349 // email@example.com, 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.