Large Parcel In Northwest WI That Can Be Split, Hunted, And Farmed
This is a large parcel with many uses! There are two separate fields with approximately 18.6 acres of tillable land that is currently in alfalfa hay but could be a dream building site to the new owner or rented out. Dunn County land rent is $100/acre on average. The timber is mature hardwoods and appears to be mainly White Oak and Maple along with a few other species. The rolling character of the land lends itself well to hunting as there is quite a bit of primary and secondary ridges that set up well for travel routes in a variety of wind directions. At one time, this property was owned by Barron County and was actively mined for lime and gravel but this operation has long been closed. But, in the wake of the operation, a nice infrastructure remains. There are three roads on the edge or within the property lending itself to the possibility of multiple smaller parcel splits. If you look at the Whitetail Properties Real Estate site you will see that I have split the property into an 80 and a 120 split as well selling in its entirety. But smaller building site splits could significantly increase your ROI. The area where the old buildings are has electricity and is ready to build. Just pick your builder and begin. I think this property is well suited for hunting, horse enthusiasts, or perhaps even Off-Road vehicles or mountain biking. The old limestone pits with 40 ft high walls would also serve as an excellent long-range shooting setup. So many options! If you are interested give Land Specialist Neil A. Hauger a call today.