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TBD W Vernon Road
Lake, MI 48632
Hunters and outdoor enthusiasts....LOOK NO FURTHER ! A pristine 81-acre parcel located in Isabella County. The gentle rolling terrain covered in mature poplar and jack pines make for a wildlife paradise! The property includes areas that are ideal for food plots and it also includes a pond/wetland area, which makes it a perfect habitat for wildlife. This gem is surrounded on all sides by large privately-owned tracts of land, so the privacy, solitude and opportunities are unmatched. The neighboring west parcel is an irrigated crop field, which draw the Whitetails, turkeys and other wildlife right to your property line. Additional features include a gated entrance, two ground blinds and two elevated blinds. Located less than 2 hours from Lansing, Grand Rapids. Current use is Recreational.
Listing courtesy of REALCOMP / Hayden Outdoors
Last updated Sep 20, 2022
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From M-66. Drive wet on Taft rd (turns into Airline rd). Head north on Brinton. Turn left on Vernon. Property is on the left (south) side of the road.
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