Lake Houses for Sale in Wisconsin
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Based on recent Lands of America data, Wisconsin ranks 10th in the United States for the combined number of properties currently for sale in the state. By overall acreage of land for sale, Wisconsin ranks 23rd. Internal data from Lands of America lists almost $5 billion in land for sale in Wisconsin. This comprises a total of 313,861 acres of land for sale in Wisconsin. Of the 72 counties in the state, Vilas County had the most land and farms for sale. There were 1,076 acres of sold land in Wisconsin recorded last month through the Lands of America sales program. This reflects a drop in sales activity over data from the month before. Adams, Columbia, Crawford, Eau Claire, Grant, Jackson, Marinette, Marquette, Richland, Vilas, and Washington County had the most land sales recently in the state. Wisconsin hunters head out into the state's forests and public hunting lands each fall to bag white-tailed deer, followed by the popular wild turkey hunting season in spring. The state's lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams brim with over 160 species of fish. In terms of size, Wisconsin is the country's 23rd-largest state, covering an area of 65,503 square miles (42 million acres). Of this area, 54,158 square miles is land, while the remaining 11,339 square miles is made up of water. Wildlife to be found on land for sale in Wisconsin include whitetail deer, turkey, bear, grouse, and ducks. Anglers have their pick of walleye, bass, pike, catfish, and trout.
Waterfront Property for sale in Jump River Wisconsin
If you are looking for a place to build a cabin or a spot to place a seasonal camper, this 5 acre lot is a must see! Relax and enjoy the tranquil waters of the Jump River with 240' of frontage! Wildlife and abundant fishing out your backdoor. Located just the right distance away from town for picking up supplies and entertainment. Don't let this one slip away! Call for a showing today.
$239,900240 acres00 WILDFLOWER ROAD, Jump River, WI54766 - Rusk County
240 acre executive hunting retreat located at the end of a dead end road with electricity at the property line. This land is already groomed for hunting with cleared area for food plot, manicured trails, and thick regeneration providing food and shelter to create the perfect whitetail and grouse habitat. A secondary access road enters the southwest corner of the land south of the creek allowing you to quietly traverse the entire property.