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125 acres in Baraga County, Michigan

$126,500 125 Acres
Property ID 2058373


This 125 acre m/l CFR parcel is bounded by US-41 on the north and the flowage of the Lateral Creek and State of MI land to the south. This parcel would make a great hunting parcel for deer and waterfowl. The land is higher and dry along the highway and into the parcel for maybe 100 yards. It then slopes down into a bog that runs across the property until it hits a ridge just north of the Lateral Creek on the property's south end. The creek is quite wide where it cuts across the entire south end of the property. The old RR grade (rails and all) still crosses the southern end of the property as well. There is a nice railroad trestle that crosses the Creek just inside the west parcel boundary. This parcel affords long range views over it from either the north end or the southern ridge and railroad grade. It's off the grid as power is a few miles away, but the high ground near US-41 would make a great spot for your cabin or RV. Hunt and fish on your own 125 acre parcel, or venture into the 1000s of acres of State of MI and timber company land surrounding this parcel. All this, and its less than 4 miles from Three Lakes! The Three Lakes (Ruth, George, and Beaufort) are known for good walleye, perch, crappie, and northern fishing. Bring your fishing and hunting gear and let's get out in the woods.

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