This Crawford County mixed parcel is so easy to fall in love with. You're sure to feel at peace as you top the last rise on the dead-end road and the property is revealed. The parcel offers 109.5+/-Acres to roam as well as over 500 acres nextdoor which is part of the Lower Wisconsin Riverway.
The ridgetop land is predominantly tillable. 15+/-Acres of open ground follows the Driftless Area contours to create hidden pockets which would be perfect for strategically placed wildlife food plots.
As the land drifts away towards the valley, multiple wooded ridges are created as well as several rock outcroppings. The 85+/-Acres of timber land is a great mix of beautiful mature trees with minimal underbrush and pockets of thick bedding shelter. Edge cover that deer love is abundant on the property. The wooded land with some timber value flows down several valleys to the lowest part of the property where you will find a nice catch pond and another (9+/-Acres) field. While hunters will find a lot to like about this property, all nature lovers will find much to appreciate. The long-range vistas from the ridge fields make hiking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing stimulating as one enjoys the ever changing views. Bird watchers will find plenty to observe from eagles on the ridge, song birds in the timber and waterfowl on the pond.
Directions to Land
North of Boscobel on Hwy 61, E on Hwy 60, L on Badger Rd, R on Glen Ridge Ln to end of the road.