$97 / 3br - 2400ft² - Wilderness Solitude, 40 acres, NO neighbors (Hibbing)
3BR / 8Ba 2400ft2 cottage/cabin
laundry on site valet parking
40 acre paradise! This property is the only private 40 in 10,000 acres. Positively no neighbors, deeded access road one mile long, gated, large cabin, well, outhouse, cellar, no power. Located just a few miles off HWY 73, 10 miles south of Hibbing, on South Townline Road. Mature timber, world class hunting, snowmobile right off the porch into the trail system that connects the entire state. Supper club just a few miles away by sled or ATV. Must see to appreciate. Same owner for 30 years. Moving on, let someone else enjoy it.
The property has a one mile long driveway in that is deeded, and gated. The 40 has mature timber and is surrounded by 10 thousand acres of state and paper co. land. Paper Company has been trying to buy this parcel for over 20 years! So much, that there used to be power right to the driveway. After the last year-round residence burned out on South Townline, they actually paid tens of thousands to have the powerline removed to prevent further development in the area. That answers that question....there is no power. It does have a well and an outhouse. A small generator would do wonders. Personally, I'd use propane lights, and a 12 volt pump for the well with solar panels. Keep it simple. The cabin has new tongue and groove pine and used to be a year-round home. It is built on a small knoll, two stories, lots of glass, and is very picturesque. Sugar sand and red pines prevail, with a lower section to the north keeping out any intrepid hikers. It's tough to find solitude of this level that is easy to access. It's located just a few miles east of Highway 73 by South Townline road, which is about 10 miles south of Hibbing. Then, you could drive a car on the trail in, that requires just a bit of maintenance in the spring for potholes.
Regarding recreation....hunting is first and foremost with trophy deer, bear, and even moose right on the property. (Moose hunting is not permitted in this part of the state; however, you could still recover a shed antler in the spring). Trapping, if you're into that. All North American furbearers including wolves are present, and the Swan river is just a few hundred yards away. Grouse....more than you can eat. Occasional spruce hen, woodcock, snowshoe hares, just to name a few. Because of the pines and sugar sand, blueberries are bountiful. If you're not into all that, there are snowmobile, atv, and hiking trails right off the porch. All you want. You could scarcely be more centrally located for sleds. Within 15 minutes, you can choose between a dozen excellent fishing lakes, all of which I have fished extensively and would be willing to show you the hot spots firsthand. Crappies, bluegills, pike, walleye, even bass. Not into all that? Head off to the local supper club for the area's best food. They specialize in prime rib, burgers, and small town atmosphere where there will likely be more atv's or sleds at the bar than cars.
I don't have any pictures of the property right now, as the snow is literally chin deep. I may feel adventurous and snowshoe in there next week. Property, buildings, and with the deeded access are all offered at 97K. Call or text: 218.259.530 nine no emails, no realtors
deer hunting, goose, duck, ice fishing, snow shoeing, skiing, arctic, ski, polaris, lakeshore, boatlift, pontoon, float plane, trapping, atv, off road, river, stream, trout, bowhunting,
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