Soil. It's the connector of lives around the world. American Agriculture is not only a labor of love, but also a practice of stewardship to the earth. Only 25% of earth's surface is made up of soil and only 10% of that soil can be used to grow food. Maybe it's time that you take advantage of this rare and sought-after farm in North Central Wisconsin, because land is something that isn't mass-produced. If you're looking to invest, there's no better purchase than income producing dirt such as this 200 +/- acre farm, which includes a farmhouse and storage buildings near Antigo, Wisconsin. Antigo sits on a plateau about 1,500 feet above sea level. The wide expanse of level land, the fine stand of timber and the fertility of the "Antigo Flats" soil soon attracted many settlers. Today the Antigo silt loam soil is the state soil of Wisconsin.
This property boasts over 125+/- acres of flat tillable ground that can produce annual renting income. Access is everything and in this particular case, the fields are setup for easy access. Unlike many tillable properties in the area, you'll find that this tract is vast, flat and easily navigable. Currently the tillable ground is rented out year to year with the farmers irrigation pivot system temporary on the property.
There's currently a 1,352 +/- square foot farmhouse on-site that features 4-bedrooms and 1-bath. There's a full, unfished basement with enclosed porch. The floor plan consists of an enclosed three-season porch, kitchen, bedroom/laundry room, living room, den and full bathroom on the first floor. The three other bedrooms can be found on the second floor.
The estate features 70+/- acres of exceptional forestland that would be ideal for hunters. The habitat is ideal for whitetail, turkey and bear. Again, whether you hunt it yourself or lease it to a hunting party - you're looking at additional income. You will find a small metal shed tucked away inside the woods where maple syrup production once took place. Large maple and oak trees are the primary species of timber. Investment potential per year and not to mention we haven't even discussed options for the large machine shed which lies westerly of the home that's a sizeable 5,280 +/- square foot. This would be ideal storage for toys, tractors and more. Lastly, you'll find a 6,414-square foot dairy barn that too, was built in approximately 1905. Seller is willing to split the property as well please ask Joe for details.
You won't find many investment properties such as this available in the sought-after region of North Central Wisconsin. If you are looking for the ultimate investment property, look no further than this Agriculture dream. For more info, please contact Wisconsin Land Specialist Joe Nawrot at or Brandon Wikman at or email them at /// .