Are you in search of a private retreat that’s hidden off a dead-end road engulfed by miraculous bluffs? Perhaps this exquisite estate will make for your very own dreamy residence or ultimate deer hunting camp. You’ll find this scenic escape at the end of a quiet country road with awe-inspiring views, breathtaking land features and only the purest sounds of complete solitude orchestrated by Mother Nature.
Enter the grounds by following a deep valley checker-boarded in fertile ag ground and vast stretches of timber. The gravel road winds nearly a quarter mile past the nearest farmstead. The first charming sight is a half-acre spring fed pond that can easily be stocked with fish. One glance at the pond will mirror the surrounding emerald bluffs and chalky white clouds with a captivating reflection that resonates harmony. Continue down the property’s road and you’ll find a rustic red barn that’s in great condition and recently refurbished with flooring. Finally, you’ve made it - a 1900’s well-kempt farmhouse awaits.
The white picket fenced farmhouse is about 1,596+/- square feet. Inside, a large dining room is the focal point charmed with panoramic picture windows highlighting the surrounding countryside. You’ll find a spacious kitchen adjacent to the dining area, which flows to the living room. A double-sided wood burning fireplace prominently lies in the home’s central region. The home features 2-beds and 2-baths. The master bedroom connects to its very own private full bath.
Walk to the backside of the home onto an attached deck that overlooks a stunning backyard. Here, you’ll find a Jacuzzi, pool and idyllic entertainment region for family or guests. Whether you plan a pool party by day or stoke a campfire under the glistening stars at night - there’s simply nothing that compares to the comradery to be had.
The farmstead includes 81+/- acres of rolling topography decked out in mature timber. There’s a unique mix of oak, pine and rich walnut. Travel the interior of the land via trail system and you’ll notice nearly 3-acres of open meadows for food plots. Several high-traffic deer trails converge into the meadows from the encompassing ridgetops. This property is home to trophy whitetail as the owners do not hunt, in addition, abuts to monstrous tracts of neighboring landowners. In fact, this parcel connects to 395-acres to the North, 164-acres to the East, 100-acres to the South and 156-acres to the West. The entirety of the block is composed of nearly 900-acres owned by a very limited number of private landowners. Currently, there’s (2) trail cameras on the land capturing big buck photos as we speak. We will continue to upload these growing antlered giants during real-time to the listing.
Whether you are looking for your very own residence or optional retreat, please take a moment to contact either Tina Marshall or Brandon Wikman for a private showing. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Farm and Land Specialist’s Tina or Brandon at 608.604.6675 / 608.403.6003.
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Take Hwy 80 out of Richland Center. Turn right onto Industrial Drive. Turn left onto County Hwy AA. Continue straight onto County Hwy SR. Turn right onto Fiddlers Green Road. Turn left onto Turner Lane. Follow to dead end. Arrive at 21150 Turner Lane, Richland Center, WI.