The Land & Country Home Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market! Youve found an extraordinary 100.43-acres blessed with natures bliss along the Mississippi River. This captivating estate is embossed with unprecedented beauty decorated in an array of world-class features, including the illustrious Hecks Point, which is a 1,020ft ledge in the clouds overlooking the majestic Mississippi casting magnificent mile views. This incredibly rare estate is unlike any other recreational land in the state and may be found nestled minutes away from La Crosse, WI.
Whether youre in search of a private trophy whitetail hunting retreat or a secluded dream building site, this charmer offers an array of top-end attributes. Follow Shady Lane until you reach the very end of the road. Youll find a distinguished valley setting booming with fertile agriculture land. The private coulee is home to 11-acres of rich farmland thats rented for $100/acre providing a handsome revenue stream of $1,100/per year. The bottom land is currently being farmed organically with succulent produce. Therere four unique fields scattered about offering numerous options for treestand hot spots. This golden-pocket has been a proven big buck and turkey gem spotlighted by enticing concealment.
The land makeup, location and character are truly what makes this a magical must-see. State Highway 35, also known as Great River Road, runs along the westerly boundary showcasing spectacular views of rolling ridges swooping into the Mississippi River. A fitting natural spring bubbles from the land. Youll also find a robust trail system that scales the steep terrain at the back of the valley. The road system negotiates the elevation changes for ample access to and from the top leading to heavenly perches that overlook mud-beaten deer trails. Deer highways crisscross throughout the ridges and bottleneck along multiple foolproof saddles awaiting the sought-after November Rut. This region is known for a healthy deer population in both numbers and trophy class size. In fact, its not uncommon to see twenty deer in the valley bottom on any given morning or evening
Once atop the ridge, youll find that it plateaus to a flat flourishing in oak trees. The tabletop ridge ranges from a width of 50-yards to 100-yards scattered with deer beds. The very north-end of the bluff is where youll find Hecks Point, which is a ledge that offers an awe-inspiring panoramic view of endless ridge and water systems. During the leaf-off phase of fall, you can peer miles into the state of Minnesota from virtually anywhere on the top. A diverse makeup of timber fills the topography from white oak, shagbark hickory to black walnut and everything in-between.
This area of the state spotlights rich history. Prior to settlement by those of Swiss and Italian descent, several Indian tribes, mostly Winnebago, settled along this Mississippi region where they found fishing and hunting plentiful. In fact, there are two surveyed Indian burial grounds on the property that reflect once-upon-a-time. Before 1868, the town was called Bad Axe, named after a river in the vicinity. The oldest known white settler on the site of this picturesque river town was David Hastings, who erected the first house in 1853. Genoa was the location of a steamboat landing, which was referred to as Hastings Landing. In addition to river and rail commerce, early industry included two clamshell button factories and occupations of limestone quarrying.
Please Note: There are two additional buildable lots for sale on the Mississippi River side that connect to this property. If interested, please contact the Agent for more info.
To say that this estate is worthy of your attention would be a vast understatement. We are talking a once-in-a-lifetime buy. The ground is currently not enrolled in any state or federal programs. The taxes are $3,628+/- per 2018 Vernon Country Tax Roll. You wont find a similar property for sale in this region that offers a multitude of extensive recreational opportunities. Now is the time to take advantage of this world-class estate. Consider this property a must-see. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627