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Don’t miss out on this nearly new home on 103+/- acres in northern Grant County. Located in the wild country west of Woodman where the bucks grow big, it is sure to satisfy all of your recreational needs.

The property is centrally located within a large block of sparsely populated wooded valleys and ridgetop fields with several larger parcels nearby and neighbors that practice QDM. Access to the stands can be had from the ridge and valley to best match the current wind direction. A two acre food plot stretches along one ridge and a catch pond can be found at the head of the main valley.

Much of the land is enrolled in closed managed forest to help keep taxes low. Thinning of the timber has been as per the management plan and the result is that areas contain mature forest for good sight distance at ground level while the logged and replanted areas provide thick bedding and security cover. The total package is nearly ideal for holding deer and turkeys and the property supports a healthy population of each.

When it’s time to head back to the lodge, you’ll enjoy this comfortable home with a walkout basement. The main floor features cathedral ceilings in the great room where you will find the kitchen, dining room and living room. Large windows give an unobstructed view of the wildlife that ventures near. Also on the main floor is a full bath, laundry room and two large bedrooms, each with walk in closet. A large master bath completes this floor.

The lower level features a finished full bath but the rest is largely unfinished giving you a chance to configure the finished product. Options include storage room, rec room, family room, another bedroom or a combination of the above. It’s really up to you.

Outbuildings include a 12’ x 20’ storage/garden shed and a 30’ x45’ pole building with power and concrete floor. This property is a great package for a hunting retreat, second home or retirement property. If catching a few fish is something you enjoy, you’re love the fact that two landings on the Wisconsin River are only minutes away.

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