273 Acres Richland County
If you want to get away from it all, but not too far away, this is your property. This 273+/- acre farm is only 5 minutes from Richland Center but it feels like you’re alone in the world. Contributing to this is the fact that the property is at the terminus of a dead-end town road and this parcel includes most of the ridge.
Currently, the acreage is used as a rotational grazing dairy farm but the options are many. 95+/-acres of meandering ridgetop is grassland and the cows are rotated between paddocks. Approximately 16 acres are being tilled at present but the FSA map shows that there are 102.6 tillable acres indicating that much of the pastureland could be utilized as farm ground.
Hunters will appreciate not only the food plot potential but also the 150+/- acres of hardwoods that cloak multiple valleys and finger ridges. Water for wildlife is provided by 2 ponds in strategic valleys. One of the ponds is sizable and spring fed. This has provided many an enjoyable day as the sellers’ friends and family have fished and recreated in this hidden sanctuary.
The farmstead also presents options. From the dairy barn to the shop, machine shed to cattle shed, the property awaits your direction. The 4-bedroom classic farmhouse could be a comfortable hunting lodge or a weekend retreat and with newer furnace, hot water heater, roof, and septic, you could be set for some time. If a dream home or a cabin is on your horizon, the site could be utilized to take advantage of the amazing views. The current owners have enjoyed their time of stewardship on the property and now is your opportunity to obtain this unique slice of the Driftless Area.
Directions:West of Richland Center on Hwy. 14, right on Buckhorn Lane to the end of the road.