Listing Courtesy of First Weber - Rhinelander
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This 141 +/- acre parcel is located in the town of Newbold, in Rhinelander, WI. This amazing opportunity is just minutes from town yet you get the secluded feel of being in the Northwoods. Perfect for hunting, building a cabin retreat, or building your dream home! Either way, this property allows you the ability to do it all! Call today!

Address: ON VELVET LAKE RD
State: WI
City: Rhinelander
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 54501
MLS#: 176305
MLS Area: ON Newbold
Taxes: $1,035

Price History

Date Price Event Change MLS#:
2/6/2019 $254,195 List Price 176305
12/18/2017 $254,195 List Price 169063

Nearby Schools

Crescent Elementary School(Preschool-3)
Zion Lutheran School(Preschool-8)
Central Elementary School(4-5)
Nativity Of Our Lord School(Preschool-8)
Zion Lutheran School(Preschool-8)
Nativity Of Our Lord School(Preschool-8)

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  • Road:Town Road

Community Details

  • Restrictions:Wooded Area,Hunting,Secluded Lot,Quiet Area,Recreation Nearby,Buildable,On Bike Trl

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  • Rental Income:$0
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Property Information Last Updated: 8/20/2019 1:43:22 PM
Listing Courtesy of First Weber - Rhinelander


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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