120 acres in Iron County, Michigan
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120 acres in Iron County, Michigan

$119,000 120 Acres
Property ID 2059674


This off the grid, remote 120 acre parcel offers a hunter or fisherperson a lot to choose from in its features. How about the Perch River running back and forth through the 120 that you own? Both sides of the river are on the land. The river is surrounded by great waterfowl habitat--a duck hunter's dream. The parcel has been thinned by the seller, mostly in its center section, but there is still a lot of growing timber to make it seem more like a natural park. The internal logging road on the west side of the parcel is wide and very drivable. It ends about 2/3 of the way north on the parcel, as the river cuts across the parcel again. Its several miles into the parcel on Marten Lake Road off South Sidnaw Road. The last few miles on Marten Lake Road are on a seasonal, non-maintained road. The timber on the property is a mix of spruce, pine, maple, aspen, and cedar. The Perch River is a 25.4-mile-long tributary of the Sturgeon River in Iron and Baraga Counties on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the United States. The Perch River begins at the outlet of Perch Lake in Bates Township and flows north through Ottawa National Forest to the Sturgeon River. The 6 plus mile stretch of the river from M-28 north is considered a class II/III whitewater river. Snowmobile trail 15 is along the south boundary of the parcel. This 120 is very unique and affords interesting hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation possibilities. Give us a call to take a look today!

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