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Two vacant Wisconsin River lots for sale. The river frontage is low and in the flood plain. The back lots are high and dry and adjoin thousands of acres of State Land. There is a tree stand on the property that has proven sucess over the years. You'll never get tired of camping on the property or catching the fish that run up and down the river to spawn. The property is also located on a dead end road. There is a picnic area currently by the waters edge. Put in a septic sysytem and leave your RV on it all Summer. This would be a great place for this.

State: WI
City: Lake Tomahawk
County: Oneida
Zip Code: 54539
MLS#: 182842
MLS Area: ON Newbold
Taxes: $237

Price History

Date Price Event Change MLS#:
2/4/2020 $49,900 List Price -9.11% 182842
2/1/2020 $54,900 List Price 182842
9/16/2019 $54,900 List Price -8.35% 175955
1/7/2019 $59,900 List Price 175955

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  • Road:Town Road

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  • Restrictions:River Front,Public Land Adjacent

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Property Information Last Updated: 2/20/2020 10:09:02 AM
Listing Courtesy of 4 Star 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.