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78 Properties:


"Executive home"

3.78 acres
W577 Hwy 10 Mondovi WI 54755
Executive home showcasing 4BDRMS,3BATHS w/large rooms throughout. Great entertaining spaces inside & out, 3-cat att. garage 3 car det. garage w/heated workshop stall! Features include: Hickory KT ca...
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12 Acres in Buffalo County, Wisconsin

12 acres
S2274b Flury Ridge Road Alma WI 54610
Million Dollar View! Yes it's unreal - Must See! Property with one of the most amazing views & sunsets. Can divide property into 3 lots or keep it all to yourself. Gorgeous wrap around covered deck. H...
Mary Rufledt, Elite Realty Group
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Acreage-6 or More - Alma, WI

159.76 acres
0 Hwy Alma WI 54610
159 Acres between Alma & Tell in the heart of Buffalo County. Long history QDM practiced in this neighborhood. Many mature trophy bucks harvested in the area. 3 Miles of field edge to hunt. 60 acre...
Mary Rufledt, Elite Realty Group
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5.85 acres
UNKNOWN Alma WI 54610
This is absolutely the most spectacular river view property on the Mississippi river bluffs. If your looking for the very best then here it is. acres end of the road privacy only one hour and 50 min...
Charlie Wallace, Great River Land Company, LLC/Sports Afield Trophy Properties
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Buffalo County, WI Land Info

Buffalo County is a mid-size rural county in Wisconsin. The most common type of land for sale in Buffalo County recently was farms, while Alma featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Buffalo County at $4,187, with an average list price of $292,888 for land and farms for sale in Buffalo County. Of Wisconsin's 72 counties, Buffalo County ranks 67th in terms of its population (13,192, according to Census data from 2015). In terms of size, Buffalo County is Wisconsin's 50th biggest county (710 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Buffalo County generate annual revenues of $226 million, 32 percent of which is from livestock products and 68 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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