Soil is truly the connector of lives. To most people, American Agriculture is not only a labor of love, but also a practice of stewardship to the earth itself. Only 25% of earth’s surface is made up of soil and only 10% of that soil can be used to grow food. Maybe it’s time that you take advantage of one of the most sought after farms in Southwestern Wisconsin, because land is something that isn’t mass-produced. If you’re looking to invest, there’s no better purchase than income producing dirt such as this 106+/- acre farm including a home and storage buildings.
This property boasts over 104+/- acres of premium flat tillable ground nestled along the Wisconsin River. The ag-land is currently rented for a handsome annually. Access is everything and in this particular case, the fields are setup for easy off-road access. Unlike many tillable properties in the area, you’ll find that this tract is both vast and flat.
The estate features an 1,800-square foot 2-beroom and 2-bathroom farmhouse donning hardwood floors. This older two and one story house has an enclosed porch. The main floor has the kitchen/dining area and pantry with a utility room, bathroom, bonus room, dining room and living room. There’s even a small room behind the living room for an additional bedroom or office.
The Barn/Machine shed share a common wall, but are two different buildings. The barn is located on the west end of the structure being 24x36 and 30x50. The machine shed is on the east end being 30x60 and open to the south. The garage/shed is south of the barn, which includes a 16x22 tool shed with overhead storage plus a 16x22 one plus car garage. And an additional one car garage that is 14x20.
You won’t find many investment properties such as this available in the sought-after region of Spring Green. If you are looking for the ultimate investment property, look no further than this Agriculture dream. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at or email him at Wikman is Southwestern Wisconsin’s 1 Land Specialist.