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Acreage parcels in the township of Cassian don't become available too often. This 120+/- acres is located west of Hwy. 51 on County Road Y. An excellent woods road system leads through the entire parcel. The tree cover consists of 20+year old aspen, mixed conifers, mixed hardwoods and some 85-year-old white pines. About 40% of the property is wooded and open wetland, providing some beautiful views to the other side of the property. The property is zoned Forestry 1B which allows year-round construction on 10+ acres. State land borders the southern and northern most 40s.

Address: 120 ac. CTH Y
State: WI
City: Harshaw
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 54529
MLS#: 170969
MLS Area: ON Cassian
Taxes: $674

Price History

Date Price Event Change MLS#:
6/22/2018 $149,500 List Price -1.97% 170969
4/24/2018 $152,500 List Price 170969

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  • Pool:No
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  • Restrictions:Level,Wooded Area,Wetlands,Rural Setting,Hunting,Public Land Adjacent,Recreation Nearby,Easy Access,No Thru Road,Faces West,Faces South,Driveway,Buildable

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  • Rental Income:$0
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Property Information Last Updated: 7/22/2019 7:09:21 PM
Listing Courtesy of Lakeland Realty


This information is provided on behalf of the members of the Greater Northwoods Multiple Listing Service and is believed to reliable but should not relied upon without verification. The Greater Northwoods MLS and RE/MAX Property Pros assumes no responsibility for its accuracy. Not intend to solicit already listed properties. Lake information was provided by Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. State of Michigan Lake information has been provide courtesy of the Michigan DNR, Institute for Fisheries Research, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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