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Wisconsin's 1,576-square-mile Marathon County covers two percent of the state's total land area. Of the 72 counties in Wisconsin, Marathon County ranks 10th in terms of the size of its population (135,868, according to 2015 Census estimates). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Marathon County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Marathon County at $76,512 per acre. The average listing price was $380,113 (the most expensive listing being for $2.7 million) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Marathon County was one acre. Land for sale in Marathon County totaled 99 acres and $7.6 million in overall land value, with the city of Wausau featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Marathon County.
Land for sale including Commercial Property in Marathon County Wisconsin
Great opportunity with excellent income potential! Here's your chance to be the owner of this multi-business with one stop shopping! Convenient location on the cross-hairs of two main state highways. (State hwy 49 & State hwy 153) Businesses include -Gas station, convenience store, rental storage units, lottery out, LP fills and post office. Gas pumps feature 24 hour service with credit card and also diesel fuel pump. Storage units were just built in 2013.
$399,9000.67 acres3235 sqftC3899 MARYEL DRIVE, Stratford, WI54484 - Marathon County
Central Wisconsin fun and good times start here at Hotchkiss Last Cast. The very popular Bar / Restaurant offers some of the best food in the area. The large dining and bar areas are great for parties or just socializing. The outside Tiki bar is great for volleyball and horse shoe leagues or service for the large deck. The waterfront is ideal with the four piers for water travelers. The Big Eau Pleine is becoming a great walleye fishery again and has tremendous snowmobile travel.
$350,00038.22 acres9000 sqftS2931 N FREY AVENUE, Marshfield, WI54449 - Marathon County
Adult family 1 story residence with 8 units that are rented. Property is on 38.22 acres with a large pond next to the surrounding decks. Property has a long driveway that is shared with 1 other home. Property is located 3 miles out of town in a quiet setting for the perfect place to relax next to the pond or camp fire. Extra outshed with attached two car garage. Property has 2 kitchens with a gas fireplace and a wood burning fireplace. Each unit has its own bathroom and shared baths in the property.
$269,00012.21 acres3200 sqft1295 COUNTY ROAD F, Athens, WI54411 - Marathon County
Now is the time to look towards your future. The Last Straw could be the greatest oppurtunity for you to open your own business at a great location with beautiful landscaping. Lots of Parking. Large Wrap around deck with seating on 2 levels. The bar is turn key ready for you to open. As a bonus it has a 2 bedroom large apartment above that is currently rented, you can use as extra income or for an owner to occupy.
$119,9000.92 acres2100 sqft667 W STATE HIGHWAY 153, Mosinee, WI54455 - Marathon County
Investors and business minded people have great potential possibilities with this property. Currently operates as a profitable bar in the first year of operations and has potential with the spacious outdoor areas to expand outside attractions like volleyball, horse shoes and much more. Think of continuing the current business and utilize the additional area for possible storage units or other business ventures.