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David Schutt
David Schutt
Whitetail Properties
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80 acres in Door County, Wisconsin

Silverdale Road, Sturgeon Bay , Wisconsin 54235 - Door County
$160,000 80 Acres
Property ID 2946244


PRICE REDUCED!! Door County produces some giant whitetails every year and this property is a great representation of where they usually come from. This is some of the thickest cedar forest you will find. It is connected to a much larger piece that consistently puts out big deer. There is a ¼ mile deeded easement going into the property from the north off of the road (marked in red on the aerial photos). The property is in the MFL Closed program, which keeps the taxes very inexpensive. The property is in between the city of Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan and you can hear the waves crash along the shore while you are deer hunting. Please call for your private showing.

Property Features:

- 5 minutes from Sturgeon Bay
- Lodging available close by
- High deer densities
- Close to fantastic fishing and outdoor opportunities with the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan
- Low taxes through the MFL program
- Part of a larger parcel of timber to let the bucks get old and big
- Located in the heart of Door County - it is rare for properties such as this to hit the open market
- This is a non-buildable hunting parcel

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David Schutt

Whitetail Properties

121 S Madison St
PO Box 251
Pittsfield, IL 62363

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