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Northwoods Homestead

Northwoods Homestead
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Posted By:
Graig Eldred
Posting ID:
Crandon, Wi
Listing Type:Farm For Sale
Living Area:1200 Sq Ft
Lot Size:40 ac
Year Built:1912
5847 Old 8 Road
Crandon, WI 54520

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Ever dream about small farm/homestead living?
This could be your little piece of Northwoods Paradise.

Beautiful 40 acre farm located in the Wolf River Valley seven miles west of Crandon. Enjoy the sandhill cranes and loons all summer. Easy access to Little Rice Lake flowage with excellent summer and winter fishing. Also enjoy Forest County’s 824 lakes and 82 trout streams. Surrounded by prime hunting lands (grouse, duck, deer and bear). Within 1 mile of the extensive network of recreational snowmobile and ATV trails. Miles of forest land trails for horseback riding.

House: Renovated 100 year old farmhouse. 2-3 bedrooms. Two full baths, including Jacuzzi tub. Full basement. Original maple hardwood floors throughout. Wood furnace with propane backup. Large covered deck. Fenced yard with patio and pool pad. Outside wood sauna (interior requires finishing). Conventional septic system. Drilled well, with very good water (no iron). Handicap accessible.

Barn: Small wooden barn with attached 100’ x 100’ metal pole barn. Small barn includes four 10’ x 10’ stalls, one large birthing stall, heated feed room with a point well, tack room, and 14’ x 50’ barn loft guest apartment with full bath and windows overlooking inside arena and deck overlooking outside arena. Pole barn includes15 stalls, seven with south facing Dutch doors to paddocks.

Land: 40 acres with horse-friendly peripheral and cross fences (wood and woven wire – no barbed wire anywhere on farm). Six wood fenced horse paddocks. Cross fenced into six pastures for rotational grazing. Automatic waterers in two pastures. Stock pond. Two run-in livestock shelters. Approximately 28 acres open. Approximately six acres wooded. Fenced garden. Two small animal paddocks with run-in shelters and a multi-level goat play stand. Hen house with electricity and fenced chicken yard.

As Edgar Guest once said: “It takes a heap o’ livin’, to make a house a home.” (And this place will continue make some family a wonderful home.)

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