MLS Number : 4594103
Active $117,500 - Hunting & Recreation
Potlatch property just outside of the Badoura State Forest south of Akeley. Generally-level upland with a touch of lower wetland in the south. The land is mostly wooded with jack pine but also has a band of red pine in the south half; the timber could possibly be thinned or harvested within the next five to ten years for potential timber value. Powerline running along the south boundary offers great shooting lanes for deer hunting. Good access via gravel Co Rd 109 less than three miles west of State Hwy 64. Over 1,000 acres of public land adjoins the east for lots of hunting, hiking, and 4-wheeling area. There are numerous snowmobile trails in this area as well. Akeley and Backus, with the Crow Wing Lake chain and Pine Mountain Lake, are each just over a 20 minute drive for groceries, dining, and supplies.
Main Property Info
033100300 & 033100400
NWNE & SWNE, 31-139-32. Subject to Co Rd 109, power line along south boundary, and any other easements, restrictions, or reservations of record.
From State Hwy 34 & State Hwy 64 in Akeley, south on State Hwy 64 (Marie Ave SE) 13 miles. Right on CR 109 approx 2 1/4 miles to the NE corner. (Prop is across rd from address #28692 & 28606).
Unpaved Co Rd 109 runs along the south boundary of the property.
GPS coordinates to approx corners and points based on county mapping are: NE corner along Co Rd 109=46.8186, -94.7710; mid-point along east line (easterly common corner of NWNE & SWNE)=46.8149, -94.7710; SE corner=46.8112, -94.7709; SW corner=46.8112; -94.7763; midpoint along west line (westerly common corner of NWNE & SWNE)=46.8149; -94.7762; NW corner along Co Rd 109=46.8186, -94.7763
NWNE&SWNE County Road 109
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley - 113
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Taxes & Fees
This property has been managed according to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) standards. Timber is primarily jack pine with a band of red pine in the south half. The red pine was thinned several years ago but could be thinned again in about five years. The jack pine could possibly be thinned or harvested within 10 years. If timber value is important to you, seek the advice of a competent forester to determine species, volumes and values.
This property is in MN firearms deer zone 246. Over 1,000 acres of public land adjoins the east for lots of hunting area, and the open powerline area along the south boundary offers great shooting lanes for deer hunting.
Power line runs through the property along the south boundary. 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.