Shawano County, Town of Tigerton… is there any need to say more? This 29.5 acre hidden jewel is located on a dead-end road. Secluded and peaceful, it butts up to a huge chunk of a trophy managed million plus dollar property that takes their deer hunting seriously. With friendly neighbors on all sides of this property you will absolutely love hunting your parcel. Many enjoyable life-long memories have been made over the 38 years that the current sellers have owned this property. Now with growing families they have decided it’s time to let others experience the joy this property has brought them and allow another family to make their own precious memories like the ones that they hold near and dear to their hearts.
This parcel has a level open field that has been planted in sorghum which is a viable option throughout the whitetail’s range for attracting deer in fall while providing the benefit of bedding areas and cover. It also provides the added benefit of attracting other wildlife such as geese, quail, doves and turkeys. Having food, water and security cover, this parcel has all the key factors that make a property a big buck mecca. All that is needed to complete it is you! Walking around it was evident that some big deer were using this property by the scrape lined field edge and trees the size of my leg that were shredded.
The cabin would even make a great home for that family looking to get out of the rat race of the city. It has 4 bedrooms, a spacious living room area, a 3 season’s porch, an attached 2 plus stall garage with a separate heated workshop in the rear of the garage as well as a storage building for lawn equipment, ATV/UTV, or a boat, you name it! Cabin also has a deck on the rear where you can sit and watch the wildlife stroll through the woods during the spring and summer, and in fall it’s just an easy walk to that deer stand you built and put out in August. The South Branch of the Pigeon River, which originates northwest of the property, runs through the northeastern corner of the property as it collects other creeks and makes its way to Keller Lake which is a 16 acre lake located in Waupaca County. It has a maximum depth of 12 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing. Fish include Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Trout.
Property is not in any government programs and 2014 taxes were $2173.15. This secluded hunting opportunity is just waiting for you! Showings are by appointment only. Call Patrick Young @ 920-676-3389