If you’re looking for an affordable hunting property with investment potential, you’ll want to take a look at this Grant County parcel. The 23+/- wooded acres are easily accessed from a public road with several ATV trails. Several bedding points are nicely brushed to hold wildlife. The property backs up against a couple ag fields that are part of a large farm so you can take advantage of the food without the work and expense of planting food plots. An intermittent stream flows down one valley and with a little damming, a year-round waterhole might be a possibility.
A bonus of this parcel is the timber value potential. The owner tallied 33 walnut trees last year plus the oak and other species. The property is in the MFL program (think lower taxes) with the next cut in 2029 (as per seller). It’s not every property that offers hunting opportunities plus a significant paycheck in 10 years. If you like the idea of the timber helping pay for your hunting ground, schedule your showing today.