Located in Door County just South of Sturgeon Bay in the Township of Nasewaupee.
This proposed 20-acre parcel is currently a part of 40 acres and Seller is looking to split off the Southern 20 acres. Parcel timber consists of Maples, Aspen, Cedars and is littered with Apple trees and has been hunted VERY lightly over the years.
Walking this property, I found plenty of deer sign. Rubs, old and new were plentiful and beds were everywhere. While walking this property I kicked up a very respectable buck on what will be the North line from his bed in the marsh grass. With AG fields to the North and South this is an exceptional hunting property for only being 20 acres For a small property it has a very diverse habitat:
• Low grassy areas.
• Thick cover.
• An open area along the Southern line that would be perfect for a food plot or setting up some turkey decoys to draw out a big Tom.
In Sellers family for three generations, Seller says this property used to be an apple orchard established by his Grandfather, and I found plenty of apple trees that are still producing apples with game trails leading to and from them. Judging by the number of apples on the trees and lack of apples on the ground it appears that these trails get plenty of use.
Seller MAY consider selling more acreage for the right price.
• Property lines are approximate.
• Acreage will be surveyed off after accepted offer prior to close.
• Currently enrolled in Use Value Tax program.
• Taxes to be determined.
To schedule a private showing contact Patrick Young at 920-676-3389.