If you’re in search for the peaceful grace of country living, you may find this polished farmhouse with 158+/- acres to be one of the most coveted farmettes available. Wake up with the sunrise and savor the endless panoramic views of rolling hills glistened by dawn’s early dew. This decorative estate will bring out the purest emotion for those who desire less distractions and more quality time spent consuming the simple things of Mother Nature.
You’ll find this four-square home nestled atop a rolling bluff plateau that overlooks miles of emerald green fields checker boarded in timber and cropland. This restored 1920’s farmhouse boasts over 1,800-square feet of living space and features a 4-bed, 2-bath setup. One of the many alluring aspects of the home is a charming 79-ft running porch accessed by four French Patio doors. The overall design and restoration compliments a modern look with a historic flare from the past.
Once inside the home, you cannot help but notice the carefully crafted wood work, hardwood floors and stunning oak stairwell banister. The ornate craftsmanship signifies the hardworking agrarian pride of country living. The kitchen is handsomely touched with hearty oak and updated cabinets, tiled counters and a unique bay window breakfast nook. For a single-family setup or entertaining guests, you’ll find a spacious formal dining room meant for delicious meals and everlasting memories shared with loved ones.
For those looking to start a hobby farm, rent out cattle grazing land or even lease tillable rights, there’s around 55+/- acres of open ground. Once farmed and pastured with cattle, this open canvas invites multiple opportunities to create annual revenue streams. In fact, tillable ground rents from anywhere between $90-$110/per acre - potentially bringing in nearly $6,000 each year.
With the outdoor enthusiast in mind, you won’t find better hunting land for whitetail and turkey. The property is littered with deer sign in every corner. Mud-worn deer trails, massive rubs and cratering scrapes speckle the field edges, while numerous bedding areas lie scattered throughout the remaining acreage. The tract is centered between two large private landowners. There’s 150-acres on the north boundary and 237-acres on the westerly boundary. This makes up a colossal 545-acre chunk only owned by a total of 3-landowners. That in itself should certainly grab the attention of those who seek trophy deer hunting. Did I mention that this property hasn’t been hunted in years? You heard that right. This sanctuary has not been opened up to anyone for years.
Ageless farms like this don’t come up for sale often. This is your chance to make your move and finally own your very own paradise. For more info, please contact Tina Marshall at 608.604.6675 or Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003.