Nestled on the banks of the Pecatonica River with an incredible natural setting is this one-of-a-kind custom-built home that sits on 74.16± acres. As you enter the gated property, you’ll travel down the asphalt driveway where you are greeted with breathtaking and picturesque views of the highly sought-after driftless area in every direction. Words cannot explain the captivating beauty, detailed architecture and custom craftsmanship you'll notice as you enter this home. The home is all brick with a large deck overlooking the beautiful landscaping out back. Inside the house features 4-bedrooms, 2 ½-baths, 3-fireplaces, a large screened in porch, 2-car attached garage and over 5,470 sq. ft. of living area! Below the home is the perfect sized detached garage that can be used for storage, or it would make for a great shop and area to store all your toys.
The property also includes a well-maintained trail system throughout the property that is groomed on a weekly basis. Find yourself out for evening hikes, UTV riding, and horseback riding. Currently, there are 13± acres of lush native grasses on the north side of the driveway that the neighboring farmer bales a couple times a year. This area would make for the most perfect horse barn and grazing pasture if one desired. You’ll also find the recreational hunting opportunities on this land to be excellent!
Over 20,700 trees have been planted on this property dating back to 1992. In the Spring of 1992, 3,200 seedlings were planted on the north side of the asphalt driveway (2,000 white pine, 1,000 red pine, 100 Norway spruce and 100 white cedar). The following spring 11,000 seedlings were planted on the north side of the asphalt driveway (2,000 black walnut, 2,000 green ash, 4,000 red oak, 2,000 sugar maple and 1,000 white pines to replace losses of pines in the Spring of 1992 due to diminished rain in May and June of 1992). In the Spring of 1997, 6,500 seedlings on the south side of the asphalt driveway were planted (2,000 black walnut, 1,500 green ash and 3,000 white pine). One could plan to harvest the trees once they reach maturity or let them grow and enjoy their true beauty in their natural setting.
One could honestly write for days about the true beauty and breathtaking views this property has to offer. If you’re interested in a private tour of this one-of-a-kind executive home with 74.14± acres, don’t wait. Consider yourself lucky as real estate of this stature rarely reaches the market.
From Argyle, Wisconsin: Travel south on State Highway 81 for 2 ½ miles, turn right onto Trotter Road and travel 1 ½ miles to 12777 Trotter Road.
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