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Viewing Listing #21579

Acreage: 200
Price: $855,000.00
Travis Hamele
United Country Hamele Auction & Realty
Phone: (608) 697-3349

Monroe County - Western Wisconsin

21300 Jasper Rd
Sparta , 54656

You’re looking at one of the most distinguished recreational real estate tracts to hit the market in Southwest Wisconsin. This magnificent 200+/- acre fairytale divulges in stunning beauty, serene privacy and congested with an abundance of wildlife – including trophy class whitetail. You’ll find this remarkable countryside minutes from the city of Sparta offering a grandiose build site decorated in awe-inspiring grace. Whether you’re looking for a permanent residence to build your dream home or a world-class hunting retreat – you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything as opulent as this epic daydreamer. In a neighborhood swallowed by captivating bluffs, emerald fields of green and million-dollar views, lies a turnkey basecamp ready for immediate plug-and-play opportunity at the end of a dead-end road. A gated entrance opens to a world of joy suited with a handsome 45’x63’ pole building wired with electric and firmly planted with concrete floor. The building site features a well, septic and electric ready to utilize at your disposal. The setup couldn’t be placed in a more idyllic vantage point. Stunning views of a deep valley bowl offers front row seats to meandering flocks of turkey and big bucks browsing lush clover. High quality recreational property is just simply hard to find these days and real estate in this coveted locale rarely hits the market. This is one of those extraordinarily rare circumstances that line up for someone to take full advantage of the magnificent blessing. The property has received one of the most comprehensive overhauls catered to wildlife that I’ve ever seen in my career. You don’t have to take my word for it – see for yourself on over 4-miles worth of pristinely groomed logging roads that flawlessly negotiate the rolling terrain. This large-scale trail system provides seamless access from corner-to-corner leaving no part of the land inaccessible. Several acres of open land around the pole shed has been dedicated to nesting and brooding habitat for turkey. Brood habitat is very similar to nesting habitat since herbaceous cover is critical. These hip-high warm season grasses provide intensive cover, support high insect populations for birds and enable turkey to detect and escape predators. These grass and forb mixtures also intensify key habitat for whitetail fawning grounds throughout the spring for a safe, secure and steadfast birthing cycle. While the property is predominantly covered in strong stands of hardwood timber, there’s over 8+/- acres worth of open ground dedicated to nourishing food plots comprised of rye, clover, sorghum, etc. In total, there’s approximately eight-strategically placed food plots throughout the estate. Some of the plots were specifically crafted for wild turkey, while others are dedicated to whitetail. You’ll find six custom waterholes on this property that were constructed in high-volume wildlife intersections. All of these waterholes have treestand setups overlooking them – no matter the wind direction, you’ll always have a spot to hunt over water for mature bucks. In addition to the manmade ponds, there’s a natural year-long running artesian spring in the west-central portion of the estate that cascades into a pond fit with an overflow pipe for drainage resolution. Food and water are necessities to a wildlife rich estate. The only thing that’s left is cover and of course, this slice of paradise has it, let me explain. These ridges and valleys are decorated in a diverse timber mixture. Massive stands of white oak dominate the overall composition, but there are several areas rooted in aspen, birch and different hardwood species offering an assorted mix of habitat harboring different game. There’s more than a handful of ridge point fingers and knobs that bellow into deep valleys. These prominent outcroppings are home to sublime bedding areas holding a slurry of doe family groups and mature buck bedrooms. Once on foot, you’ll find different brushy pockets that are absolutely covered in buck rubs that are under no circumstance penetrated during hunting season other than recovering game. These sites are ultra-defined as dominant buck hideouts that are left as sanctuary and hunted from the very perimeter during perfect scenarios. If you are serious about hunting big deer, I simply cannot find you a property on the market right now that tops this. There are 23-treestand sites setup and each has been extra-scrutinized to maximize its potential. All sites have earned their reputation by constantly being productive during the right conditions. I cannot end this paragraph without stating something that I find wildly important. There’s well over 60-apples trees that I’ve personally counted while scouring the landscape. Please note that these trees are full blooming apple booming trees harboring thousands of apples per tree. Consider this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a property that is not only breathtaking, but truly wildlife driven and shoulder-mount proven. Let me be very transparent. Land comes and goes on the daily, but legendary tracts like this only come to market once or twice a decade. Panoramic views of rolling bluff country truly soothe the soul. Enter these sacred grounds once and you’ll be forever hooked for a lifetime. Park your truck, unload your bags and get ready for a weekend’s worth of exhilaration as this tract promises to amaze. The land is enrolled in Managed Forest Land Closed until December 31st, 2031, which makes the taxes only $820/annually. Notably speaking, property is in the epicenter of high-end Quality Deer Management. Bordered by large private landownership. The western boundary abuts 300+/- acres, while the eastern line meets a 269+/- acre tract. Take a moment to see yourself here. Picture yourself, your family or friends enjoying the comradery of camp with your favorite beverage at night around the campfire. Waking up to a forest full of game. Listening to the sounds of nature. And making endless memories that will certainly last for eternity. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 // or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are Wisconsin’s #1 Ranked Listing and Selling Agents of United Country Real Estate working for the Nation’s #1 Ranked United Country Real Estate Office.

Property Type: Vacant Land
Wooded: No
Tillable: No
Water: None
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