We're selling a prime 50 acre Hillsdale County parcel.

This tract contains premium habitat and security cover for deer- much of the acreage consists of a sanctuary so thick that it is difficult to walk through. There are wooded areas around the perimeter of the bedding cover plus several acres of tillable ground as well.

Access is from the west and east. Bordering the western edge of the property is a well traveled road with a consistent amount of vehicle traffic. The eastern edge borders a dirt road with very little vehicle traffic.

All of the tillable acreage, totaling approximately 7 acres, is on the northern portion of the farm. This ground could continue to be rented to a local farmer or could be converted into multiple food plot areas.

There are two neighboring landowners to the south (who both own roughly 15 acre wooded parcels) and two neighboring landowners to the north (one is ag ground and the other is CRP type cover). Around the entire perimeter I've only noticed one hunting stand visible on neighboring properties, which makes this one of the rare southern MI properties where fence sitters are not common.

In the northeast corner of the land is an older farm house. The key areas (foundation, roof, siding, etc.) are in good shape but the interior will need attention before it is ready for occupancy. Once updated the house would be a good fit for a family to live in, as a hunting camp for an out of town owner, or as a rental property to generate monthly cash flow. It could also easily be split from the main property and sold.

Price is $304,000.