Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Mulleady - Mnq
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Fantastic location in Minocqua with 200 acres of land between Buckskin creek and Great Bass Lake. The property was just brought out of MFL Closed program and is ready for anything the new owner desires. This location offers fantastic hunting with large tracts of dense forest privately and state-owned surrounding it. This is your chance to make your mark in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin! Truly endless possibilities are open to you with these parcels. Many hiking trails and other paths have already been wound through this pristine section of land. Don't wait to make an offer on this tremendous chunk of the Northwoods.

Address: ON GREAT BASS LAKE RD
State: WI
City: Minocqua
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 85454
MLS#: 180529
MLS Area: ON Minocqua

Price History

Date Price Event Change MLS#:
8/14/2019 $599,900 List Price 518.45% 180529
7/11/2017 $97,000 List Price 166532

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  • Road:Town Road

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  • Restrictions:Hunting,Private Setting,Buildable

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Property Information Last Updated: 8/20/2019 1:43:22 PM
Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Mulleady - Mnq


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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