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Primary home, vacation home, hunting parcel, horse property or hobby farm, this unique property in Richland County could be your perfect fit. Located just 10 minutes north of Richland Center, the 36 rolling acres is a great mix of wooded land and open ground. Two spring fed ponds in view of the home create a relaxing ambiance.
The split level home built in the early 70’s has been extensively remodeled and is ready for you to enjoy. The ground level is an open design with plenty of room for entertaining. The beautiful kitchen is well designed and the oak cabinetry pairs well with the hardwood floors. This cabinetry and hickory flooring continues into the large dining room. The spacious living room offers views of the larger of the two ponds but the den with 270 degrees of windows offers the best view of this wildlife magnet. The main floor is completed by a half bath and entryway/ coat room.
Up a short flight of stairs, is the sleeping area. Two commodious bedrooms each have their own special views of the surrounding landscape. A large bathroom is also on this level and features a soaking tub as well a separate shower. The convenient laundry room is nearby and includes a large built in laundry folding/ sorting table.
The lower level is practical with an unfinished family room and a canning kitchen which allows you to clean and preserve fresh produce without making a mess in the main kitchen. A walkout to a covered patio offers great access to the home without tracking in mud and snow. An outdoor wood furnace helps keep the home heating costs to a minimum.
The outbuildings on the property provide great function. A chicken coop with outside netted run could also be used to raise pheasants or other gamebirds. A 30 x 60 pole building and classic granary provide ample storage.
The 36+/- acres of Driftless Area landscape is sure to please the hobby farmer or anyone who loves the outdoor lifestyle. Approximately 17 acres of hardwoods provides hunting opportunities which is augmented by several established food plots as well as QDM in the area. This timberland has various walking trails and the ridge overlooking the ½ acre spring fed pond is an especially enjoyable trek. Approximately 11 acres of open ground is currently in grass but was once actively tilled. As one might expect, this combination of wooded land, open grassland and pond creates a nearly ideal habitat for wildlife including deer, turkeys, all manner of waterfowl and songbirds.