MLS Number : 4957247
Sold $66,900 - Hunting & Recreation
PotlatchDeltic land by Tripp Lake south of Akeley and Nevis. Level upland wooded with red pine and jack pine is accented by a small wetland in the northwest corner. Gravel county road along the east side for access. Public land Badoura State Forest land just over 1 mile away, and the Crow Wing Chain WMA only 5 miles west offers an additional 3,300+ acres of space for hunting deer, bear, small game, forest upland birds, and waterfowl. With a home across the road, utilities are available, so this could be a potential building site for a rural home or cabin.
Main Property Info
NENW, 20-139-32. Subject to County 110 and any other easements, restrictions, or reservations of record.
From the intersection of State Hwy 64 and State Hwy 87 approx 10 miles south of Akeley, west on State Hwy 87 for 1.75 miles. Left on County 110 for 1.1 miles to northeast corner of the property (across from address #12990).
Gravel County 110 is along the east side of the property.
Coordinates to flagged approximate corners/points: NE corner along County 110 = 46.8477, -94.7552; SE corner along County 110 = 46.8440, -94.7552; SW corner = 46.8440, -94.7606; NW corner = 46.8477, -94.7606.
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley - 113
1320 x 1320 x 1320 x 1320
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Taxes & Fees
This property has been managed according to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) standards and is wooded with red pine and jack pine. If timber value is important to you, seek the advice of a competent forester to determine species, volumes and values.
This property adjoins public land in MN Firearms Deer Zone 246.
Not surveyed; acreage and dimensions approximate based on county data and mapping; county disclaimers included by reference. Photos/maps for convenience only and not guaranteed; physically inspect prior to purchase. Any deer stands on the land are not property of seller and are not included in sale. Use seller-approved PA and addendum; closing dates the 3rd Wednesday each month. In addition to mineral rights being retained by the State of Minnesota, mineral rights are also retained by a third party.