Michigan Farm and Hunting Land For Sale
Looking for whitetail deer hunting land in Michigan for sale Looking for a small farm for sale in Michigan You have found what you are looking for with this 38 acre piece of hunting and farm land property in Shiawassee County. Currently, the seller is renting out approximately 22 acres of tillable agricultural land to a local farmer. Large white and red oak trees dominate the wooded portion of this property. Many tree stand sites are available to hunt the big bucks that call this area home. The deer sign that I observed while walking the property was evident everywhere.tracks, droppings, beds, scrapes, rubs, etc. The islands of woods within the tillable acreage gives you many places to hunt and makes this Michigan hunting land for sale hunt bigger than 38 acres.
Michigan Hunting Land and Home Improvements
Your family's new 38 acre property offers you a fine example of a Michigan farmhouse. Built in approximately 1936, this approx. 1100 square foot 2 story home features 3 beds and 1.5 baths. As this is being written, there is a new septic system and drain field being installed. The upstairs 2 bedrooms and full bath are being completely redone with dryway, paint, light fixtures, carpeting and trim. The Michigan basement has a high efficiency furnace and water heater.
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Chad Thelen with United Country Realtree hunting properties welcomes you to the most extensive selection of hunting properties for sale and the largest network of hunting property experts Realtree United Country Hunting Properties. Chad and his highly experienced brokers and agents can help you sell or find any type of hunting property or recreational land in Michigan.
Chad Thelen Land Broker/Office Owner
Chad is a lifelong resident of the central Southern Michigan area. This region of Michigan is dominated by rich farmland and home to some of the nation's largest dairy farms. Chad grew up on a pig farm in Clinton County, helping his father farm around 400 acres along the Stony Creek.
Growing up on the Stony' was and still is an amazing place for an outdoor enthusiast. Camping, hunting, fishing, hiking and exploring were almost daily activities for Chad growing up. Now, Chad and his wife Kendra and 3 children Hunter, Haidyn and Harper, enjoy spending time on this farm doing all the same activities.