One of a kind outstanding personal retreat!

160 Acres (60 tillable) adjoins neighboring 700-acre open MFL land for hunting.

The original farm home (24×24) was stripped to the studs in 1994 and a 40×24 addition with 8 ft wide porches (10ft screened porch on east side for cool afternoon sitting) were added.

Over 3000 sq. ft. of finished living area.

Home has spacious rooms throughout; all-natural oak wood floors and
trim; and solid oak doors with 42 double hung windows for a view from
every room.

Renovated Barn

The 50×40 barn was totally renovated from stone foundation to the cedar shake covered roof in 2001.

The barn houses 3 stalls; and a large tack area.

The barn also has a 10×10 shelved electric cedar sauna with 12×12 shower room.

An additional 50X16 attached Horse run-in completes the building. The barn’s overhead loft offers plenty of hay/other storage (at least 2500 square bales when the farm was used for milking).

16×24 cedar square log cabin/office

16×24 cedar square log cabin with electricity phone and fiber optic internet connection was built in 2000.

Outbuildings

2 -16 x 24 reinforced wood loafing sheds for horses/cattle. Built in 2002.

2 space 40 x 16 unattached garage with steel storage shelves, bike racks and additional stall for yard equipment.

40×20 Tobacco Pole Barn built in 1950.

12×16 workshop shed.

Location Highlights

Nestled in the Driftless Area of Southwest Wisconsin; 23 miles from Mississippi River; 21 miles to Viroqua (https://thecounter.org/viroqua-wisconsin-local-food-renaissance/), (https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/wisconsin/wi-viroqua-food-destination/); 25 miles to LaFarge, home of Organic Valley Headquarters and Kickapoo Valley Reserve; 38 miles to Prairie duChien where the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers converge.

Soldiers Grove is home to the Driftless Art Festival, a new and thriving micro-brewery and local meat market.  Neighboring Gays Mills is known for acres of apple orchards, local food co-op and the annual Apple Fest celebration.

Price asked is $1,550,000