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WOODBORO LAND--Beautifully wooded building site with 6 acres of peaceful privacy. This is an especially convenient location between Rhinelander and Tomahawk, with easy access to Hwy 8. Owners have had a soils test which indicates grounds will allow for conventional septic system. There is a home site already cleared and ready for your dream house. Topoagraphy is suited for a walk-out lower level. Natural gas and electric are at the roadway. Priced to sell WAY below assessed value. You won't see prettier land at this price!

Address: 6 ac on BURLINGTON PL
State: WI
City: Rhinelander
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 54501
Neighborhood: Jennie Creek Pines
MLS#: 170653
MLS Area: ON Woodboro
Taxes: $801

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Date Price Event Change MLS#:
4/10/2018 $35,000 List Price 170653

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  • High School:On Rhinelander

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  • Restrictions:Quiet Area,Recreation Nearby,Shopping Nearby,No Thru Road

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  • Rental Income:$0
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Property Information Last Updated: 6/26/2019 1:29:44 PM
Listing Courtesy of Re/Max Property Pros - Tomahawk


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