A secluded sportsman’s paradise can be found tucked away on this dead end road in Adams county near the town of Coloma. This estate is seemingly straight from the pages of Aldo Leopold’s Sand County Almanac. You will be able to walk out your back door and be surrounded by upland birds, waterfowl, deer, and turkey. Owned by the same family for several decades, the enormous amount of work that has been put into this property cannot be overstated. Food plot locations, multiple ponds, and an established trail system complement the well maintained home.
Property is being offered as a home on 40 acres or home on 120 acres.
• 1712 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home built in 1995
• Ranch style, open floor plan concept
• Full, unfinished, walkout basement
• 1 car attached garage
• 36x23 pole barn
• 25x16 cement block building
• New water heater
• Furnace replaced two years ago
• 3 tiered deck with enclosed gazebo
• Enclosed back deck
• Large, enclosed garden area
• Established trail system
• Multiple ponds
• Multiple food plot locations
• Mix of marsh and hardwoods
• Waterfowl, upland bird, and deer hunting opportunities
• Property adjacent to nearly 5,000 acre Colburn Marsh Wildlife Area providing additional acreage to hunt/recreate
• Remote public access to state land along most of property borders
You truly will be able to wake up in the morning and consider what outdoor activity you want to pursue, walk out of the house, and do it. I have not visited this property without seeing geese on the ponds, bumping deer nearby, or hearing grouse drum. I was pleasantly surprised at the dry ground conditions on portions of the property considering the amount of precipitation we have received this year. The hard work has been done for you and the possibilities for this property are endless.
Contact Patrick Guyse or Jeremy VanHulle to schedule your private showing. Do not walk property without an agent present.