It is not every day that a property like this becomes available in this county, especially with a balanced mixture of rolling hardwoods, +/- 20 acres of tillable land, and thick creek bottoms. This listing also boasts exceptional access from both the south and east off of two gravel roads. There are two separate tillable fields, with an average PI of 97.7, that provide additional food for the wildlife and income for the landowner. A small trail system throughout the property allows for easy access to navigate food plots. The trail system can easily be increased with minimal work. A small secluded food plot towards the south end of the property is accessed along the field. A larger plot is located down in the bottoms with an elevated Muddy blind along the north side. The second plot sits on the east side of a large thick bedding area, with mature hardwoods on the other two sides. This plot could easily be enlarged, or a third plot could be added in this bottom for another option. A small spring located in the side of the timbered hill east of this plot runs year around. This same bottom has a large area that holds water, which would be the perfect location to waterfowl hunt. The North Fork of the Embarras River cuts through the property's west end, providing another year-round water source. Power and rural water are located along the road, which allows the future owner to build a house or hunting cabin. If this sounds like the property for you, call Land Specialist Adam Crumrin today to set up a private tour.
Over 100 acres with a good balance of timber and tillable
+/- 20 acres of tillable that will provided a nice return
Access off two separate gravel roads and multiple locations for house/cabin
Several daylight pictures of mature bucks walking around during season
Several funnels and connecting woodlots along with the river bottom
Trail system and two established food plot locations