140 acres in Dunn County, Wisconsin
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Chris Butterfield
Chris Butterfield
Woods & Water Realty, Inc
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140 acres in Dunn County, Wisconsin

0 Hwy 64, New Auburn , Wisconsin 54757 - Dunn County
$476,000 140 Acres
Property ID 6821089

Description

Opportunity awaits with this 140 acres located along the banks of the Red Cedar River amongst the hills of Dunn County! Property offers 100 tillable acres currently farmed and some primo hunting grounds to go with it. Hay Creek, a Class A trout stream cuts through the entire property offering great fishing and a one of a kind travel corridor for those top end trophy Bucks! Turkey, grouse, pheasant and waterfowl all call this one home. 7 acres are enrolled in the CREP program for that extra income each yr. Don't rule out building your dream home, there are plenty of phenomenal building locations on this one too!

Directions

From Colfax, WI drive County Rd W (North) to Hwy 64, turn Right (East); drive 3/4 of a mile to property on Left (North side of road); access also from 890th St. Sign on property.

Land

Fish
Trout

Lot Description
Acreage
Cultivated
River Front
Water/Lake View

Proposed Use
Agriculture
Hunting/Fishing

Topography
Level

Game
Bear
Ducks
Geese
Grouse
Pheasant
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Present Use
Agriculture
Hunting/Fishing

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt
State

Land Type
Crops

Property Type
Farm/Ranch

Street/Utilities
All Weather Road
Asphalt

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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Chris Butterfield
Chris Butterfield
Woods & Water Realty, Inc

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