Approximately 85 acres of land nestled between Portage Bay and Sucker Bay of Leech Lake. Surrounded by thousands of acres of public forestland. Gently rolling terrain with lower wetland areas in the northwest and southeast corners. Mostly covered in Aspen with a grove of 111+ year old Hardwoods in the northwest corner. Within the Bowstring State Forest and Chippewa National Forest. There is a small privately-owned 0.27 acre piece carved out of the northwest side. A forest road (Forest Route 2904) off of Sucker Bay Rd NW leads over public land into the northwest side of the tract, continues easterly across the northern part of the tract, and also branches down southerly. Buyer will be responsible for securing an easement to the property from Sucker Bay Rd NW. An easement will be retained across this property to provide access to adjacent property to the southeast (South Half NE) which is also available (MLS#Disclosures: Existing access is via Forest Route 2904 off Sucker Bay Rd NW across public land; buyer will be responsible for securing an easement from the federal government. Easement will be retained across this property for access to adjacent land. Taxes estimated. Photos and maps are for convenience only and are not guaranteed; tree cover may be different than depicted. Physically inspect the property prior to purchase. Not surveyed nor corners marked. If deer stands are located on this tract, they are not the property of Seller and are not included in the sale. Use seller-approved purchase agreement & addendum; closing dates the 3rd Wednesday of each month.