3300 Rohowetz Road is home to 110 acres of natural beauty in the Driftless Area of Southwest Wisconsin, seven miles from Dodgeville schools. The property consists of potentially buildable parcels of 10, 40, and 60 acres, providing endless opportunity for both recreation and supplementary income.
A portion of the land will stay in the Managed Forest Law Program for the next six years, while the owners enjoy low property taxes and income tax benefits by dedicating their land to forests capable of commercial timber production.
The grounds have remained free of chemicals for 25 years. Cleared pasture is leased to award-winning local cheesemakers, who claim the organic grazing grounds as a fundamental piece of their success.
The family table aims toward self-sufficiency with a large garden plot providing fresh veggies all summer long. Additionally, over 150 species of perennial plants and wildflowers can be identified across the grounds, inviting various forms of wildlife to thrive alongside the landowners (see documents below). Flint Creek, a spring-fed Class II trout stream inaccessible to the public, runs along the northern property line. Fishing and hunting are just the beginning of the recreation this land has to offer.
The property provides a well and septic system, a rustic red barn, and an eclectic farmhouse with two bedrooms and one bath. Though this fixer-upper is an ambitious project, it boasts soulful original features like hardwood floors and a timeless clawfoot tub. Distinguishing the kitchen and dining areas, an exposed brick chimney is a fitting backdrop for the wood cookstove. The antique stove takes the chill out of the air as a country loaf rises with the sun each spring morning, and tackles Thanksgiving dinner year after year with the help of the Wolf stainless steel gas range.
Through a wide archway, the freestanding wood stove in the living room complements the newer gas furnace in the basement. A cozy greenhouse addition transports the outdoors in, bringing greenery, improved air quality, and sunlight to the short winter days. Upstairs, storage space beneath the eaves of the metal roof has been insulated and opened to the landing. This unique creative space is outfitted with a skylight to cast a soft afternoon glow across the second story.
This year, take in the stunning fall colors from your own vantage point. Call or text Torre at (608) 574-6627 to tour this property today.
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