· 120+/- Wooded- Enrolled in Managed Forest Law (MFL)
· 3+/- Tillable
· Easy, Direct Access from Hwy E
· Driftless Region Landscape
· Trail System Throughout
· Expansive Ridge Top
· Large Landowner Neighborhood
· Richland County Quality Deer
· Considerable Amount of Timber Value
· History of Timber Stand Improvement (TSI)
· Opportunity for Immediate Income from Timber
· Multiple Class I & II Trout Streams Nearby
· 20 Minutes to Richland Center
· 30 Minutes to Viroqua
· 1 hour 15 Minutes to La Crosse
· 1 Hour 40 Minutes to Madison
· 2 hours 50 Minutes to Milwaukee
· 3.5 Hours to Twin Cities
· 4 Hours to Chicago
Set in the stunning hills of Richland County between the small towns of Boaz and Sabin, this 123.5+/- acres features a southeast facing build site, expansive ridge top, fantastic trail system, big deer, big neighbors, and big timber.
Convenient, direct access from quiet Hwy E enters the sprawling 3+/- acres currently in grass-hay production with sloping terrain to sculpt your new walk-out luxury residence or cabin get-a-way. The peaceful southeasterly views would make for a relaxing cup of coffee in the morning; however, if privacy is the goal, consider utilizing a landscaping design featuring rows of fast-growing trees to create a long-term visual barrier.
Departing your Driftless basecamp, trails meander amongst wooded hillsides routing to the summit of an extensive ridge. The vast ridge top affords the opportunity to expand on the current trail system (horse riding, atv/utv, hiking, etc.) with ease.
For those whose dreams are haunted by cunning hill country bucks and birds, welcome to the neighborhood. On a macro scale, your new ridge top intertwines several of the large tracts in the area well-known for those in pursuit of quality whitetails. Expansive blocks of timber are broken up by twisting, secluded ag fields in an area that seemingly feels, as it is, in the middle of nowhere- resulting in the ideal conditions for hiding Driftless giants. Easterly access to the parcel is favorable for the predominately westerly winds come Fall.
For the investment-minded buyer looking to diversify his/her portfolio, separating this tract from most any other on the market, a long history of timber stand improvement (TSI) work resulting in significant timber value presents the opportunity to provide immediate and long-term timber revenue. The 120+/- acres of woodland are enrolled in closed MFL. The current owners have worked diligently to ensure their stewardship plan allows the opportunity to sustainably manage the timber in a manner that provides periodic income as well.
The unique opportunity to perpetuate the current woodland stewardship established will achieve the goals of nearly any discerning buyer. Aesthetics, income, and wildlife habitat are collectively balanced to ensure long-term diversity on the landscape.
Buyers are not permitted onsite without an agent present. Please contact listing agent, Patrick Guyse (608) 547-7816 to schedule your private tour.