This recreational haven, in northern Adams County Wisconsin, provides direct access to miles of ATV and snowmobile trails, 1,000 of acres of public land for hunting, hiking and exploring and boat landings on Arrowhead, Camelot and Sherwood Lakes! Bring your RV and set up camp on this guaranteed buildable Wisconsin land with power at the road and boat, fish, swim and play on 23,000 acre Lake Petenwell just minutes away. This secluded property adjoins nearly a thousand acres of paper company forestlands, filled with wildlife and waiting for you to enjoy. Quality golfing can be found at Lake Arrowhead and the Sand Valley Golf Resort less than 10 minutes from property.
At Four Rivers Realty your satisfaction is our number one concern. We provide an Exclusive Buyer Protection Plan with most parcels of land. For over 30 years, we have been the recreational land specialist. We are very selective about the land that we list. In fact, out of every 25 parcels we investigate, only one is listed.
Included in our Buyer Protection Plan are four key features: 1. Warranty Deed: A Warranty Deed is provided at closing. By providing a Warranty Deed, the Seller is warranting the property is free of any unacceptable liens or encumbrances. A real estate transfer by Warranty Deed is the most protective conveyance available. 2. Soils Work: Area soil maps, sample soil borings or soil tests are examined for every project listing to ensure suitability for a state-approved sanitary disposal system. If the property is unsuitable for a state-approved sanitary disposal system, we don't even list it. 3. Survey: A survey, prepared by a licensed professional land surveyor, is provided for almost every property listed. This assures that the boundary corners are properly located and marked, and that the property dimensions are accurately measured to determine the correct acreage. 4. Lot Information Statement: A Lot Information Statement is provided to answer some of the many questions many people forget to ask, such as: What are the restrictions on the property and how is it zoned? What sort of access is there and how is it maintained? Is the property suitable for a sanitary system? What are the property taxes and annual assessments? The answers to all of these questions and more can be found on your Lot Information Statement.