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Wisconsin SoldGrant County

480 Acres $3,150,000


  • 480 contiguous acres of pristine SW Wisconsin habitat
  • Private estate with gorgeous views
  • 2 homes (newer 2,000 sqft log home & 1,500 sqft ranch style home)
  • 250 acres of agriculture, producing nearly $80,000 in annual income
  • Portrays an excellent display of habitat diversity
  • Excellent whitetail and turkey hunting
  • Borah Creek offers excellent trout fishing opportunities
  • North and south end access points
  • Multiple access trails throughout the property
  • 31 miles to Prairie Du Chein, WI
  • 80 miles to Madison, WI
  • 200 miles to Chicago, IL
  • 233 miles to Minneapolis, MN

Acreage Income

  Total Tillable Grass Timber Other
Acres +/- 4802503019010
Income +/- $80,000/year$80,000/year
Iowa & Wisconsin Land Broker

Zack Sisk

  • Cell: 309–840-1182
  • Office: 217-899-1240
  • Fax: 309-211-6442
Illinois Land Broker

LT Taylor

  • Cell: 815-441-9750
  • Office: 217-899-1240
  • Fax: 309-211-6442

Property Description

SOLD – This once-in-a-lifetime find is an estate-quality, contiguous 480 acres in Grant County, Wisconsin, boasting a completely developed, highly-managed, turn-key operation for the new owner. It would take a lifetime to put together parcels of this quality, size, diversity, and income-producing characteristics. Here are the efforts of a world-class conservationist family, offered for the next owner’s stewardship through exploration, enjoyment, and continued enhancement. 14 individual parcels comprise this beautifully laid out track of land, creating a perfect rectangle and clear boundaries. This stand-out, mixed-use property offers privacy, exclusiveness, and a new look at the world from every vantage point. Rolling meadows filled with wildlife, tremendous habitat, neatly tilled rows of crops, varied topography, sweeping vistas, towering hardwoods (several of which are certified over 300 years old), private access spanning the southern boundary to quality and renowned trout fishing on Borah Creek, multiple picnic locations, rocking outcroppings, fertile lowlands, and improved homesites combine in a perfect medley of environments that offer the fullest bounty of each season and endless opportunities to deepen the appreciation for nature while creating a lifetime of special moments.

For the hunting conservationist, incredible whitetail deer genetics and herd density provide endless seasons of the best hunting possible. Largely-bodied and full-racked trophy bucks dominate the fall with their rut activities. Ample numbers of doe provide the attraction and holding power which is enhanced by multiple food plot location, natural browsing areas, safe bedding locations, and a sense of large hunting acreages only found in the West. Limited harvest and herd management make this property a truly stand-alone, quality deer management area, one that, with ongoing, careful management, will continue to be world-class habitat in every way. A walk through the fields or groomed trails will always bring opportunity to study deer development, behaviors, and habitat conditions. Truly a living laboratory, this personal fish and game refuge provides individual, year-round access to Wisconsin’s most prized game species. This property is a must-see for all serious conservationists.

Likewise with the local turkey populations as southern Wisconsin has long been a leader in the success story of turkey repopulation. The natural bounty of this property compliments turkey flock growth and assures a continued increase in both size and numbers. Upland game, small game, and waterfowl are all prevalent in each of the corresponding areas of this expansive tract. The finishing touch is private access to one of southwestern Wisconsin’s grandest trout streams, Borah Creek. A hike through any of the many groomed game trails to the banks of Borah Creek will always produce a wonderful, capstone experience with the most prized fish of the region.

A day afield can literally be a mixed bag of varied hunting, starting with morning small game, waterfowl, or fishing and ending with successful time in the deer stand before the reward of a sundowner and the smell of the grill on the porch at dusk.

The property produces substantial agricultural income of nearly $80,000 per year. Approximately 250 acres of tillable farmland, 30 acres of pasture, 190 acres of woodland, and 10 acres of building sites form the total 480 acres. Elevation varies between 600’ and 1,200’ MSL, averaging 951’ MSL. Real estate taxes are reported $10,726. The neighborhood is a mix of agriculture, rural homes, and recreational amenities. Many access points to public hunting and fishing exist in the region. The Lancaster Sportsman Club is nearby, offering a host of opportunities for social and recreational involvement. The property has a North Lancaster address, in the central area of Grant County. Easy travel is provided by US Highway 18, US Highway 61, and County Road K. GPS coordinates to the center of the property are 42.54.3206 and 90.43.4582.

Located at 11045 Borah Road, a well-maintained traditional ranch-style house of approximately 1,500 square feet, two-car garage, and outbuildings form the basis of the dairying heritage of the property. The main floor has three bedrooms and 1 ½ bathrooms, a living room, kitchen / dining area, and a bonus room. An open-sided 48’ x 80’ pasture shed is located west of the house. An iconic dairy barn over 150’ long and with two stories remains available for use or conversion to current plans. Additional buildings include a machine shed 50’ x 80’ x 14’, a main shop constructed of steel framing and concrete floor measuring 36’ x 50’, and three grain bins with 50,000 bushels of storage. The 42’ grain bin is tenant owned and not marketed. This original homestead is suitable for cattle or horses, as source of additional income, or groundskeeper residence, with rental value in the home, buildings, and grain storage facilities.

Located at 11151 Borah Road, a newer and comfortably designed log home of approximately 2,000 square feet, attached two-car garage, and additional two-car garage of 30’ x 36’ commands a view of the farm and woodlands. Niceties in the custom log home include a great room and fireplace, loft bedroom area, cedar closet, two main level bedrooms, main level bathroom, and conveniently laid-out dining / kitchen areas. Full of country comforts and furnished for turn-key ownership, living or visiting these homes will provide delightful times by the fireplace, relaxing moments on the porches, and family memories from the days in the country and hours afield. Ample storage exists for tractors, equipment, vehicles, ATV’s, and boats. The detached two-car garage holds a wood shop, a livestock stall, fenced paddock, and dog kennel area. Additional sites exist for new building construction, if preferred by owner.

Providing both a legacy in the land and unparalleled occasions to learn and love fish and wildlife through a personal library of Wisconsin habitats this large, attractive tract is the perfect estate…a slate clean and ready to write the memories of family and friends for years to come. Straight from the pages of Orvis, Filson, and L.L.Bean, this property checks all the boxes in your quest for a forever home in Southwestern Wisconsin country.

Qualified buyers will receive individual property tours and direct, professional attention through an exclusive listing with Zack Sisk (309)-840-1182 and LT Taylor (815)-441-9750, of LandGuys. Please call for additional information and to discuss this incredible offering in Grant County, Wisconsin.

Address: 11045 & 11151 Borah Rd. Lancaster, WI 53813

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