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$94,900

LAKE MASON BUILDABLE WATERFRONT PARCEL FOR SALE!

1.7 acres
Lot 7 Oak Drive Briggsville WI 53920  |  Marquette County
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BUILDABLE PARCEL LAKEFRONT LAND WATERFRONT NEAR WISCONSIN DELLS MARQUETTE COUNTY LAKE MASON PROPERTY WATERPARK CAPITAL OF THE WORLD VACANT LAND FOR SALE Enjoy 1.7 acre waterfront buildab...
Travis Hamele, United Country - Hamele Auction & Realty
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$265,000

0.85 Acres in Adams County, Wisconsin

0.85 acres
123 Golden Drive Briggsville WI 53920  |  Adams County
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Nearly 1 acre on the point of Lake Mason. Double lot with buildable adjacent lot is included in the price. Great yr round home or vacation getaway. Liv room/Din room combo- large master suite with scr...
Travis Hamele, United Country - Hamele Auction & Realty
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$92,500
Lot 6 Oak Dr Briggsville WI 53920  |  Marquette County
1.8 acres
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Mary Sobojinski , Stark Company Realtors
Wonderful level building lot on Beautiful 855 Acre Lake Mason, will make a great year around home for your families enjoyment. Walk the few steps from your new home to your boat and go angling for Blu...
$34,800
Lot 2 OAK DRIVE Briggsville WI 53920  |  Marquette County
3 acres
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GERALD GEISHART , North Central Real Estate Brokerage
Beautiful building 3 acre parcel across from 882 acre Mason Lake in southwestern Wisconsin. Boating, water-skiing, sailing, snowmobile and ice fishing. Loaded with Musky, Northern Pike, LM Bass & var...

Briggsville, WI Land Info

Wisconsin is the country's 20th largest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $6.03 billion to the Badger State's economy, or two percent of overall state GDP (placing it 11th among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Approximately 61 percent of Wisconsin's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 39 percent comes from crops. Unsurprisingly given its rich dairy-farming heritage and well-known products that include cheese, milk and butter, Wisconsin's dairy farms account for over 13 percent of dairy production in the U.S., and over half the state's overall agricultural output. According to official Census Bureau stats, there were 69,754 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 14.6 million acres (or the equivalent of 35 percent of the overall state land area).

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