Here is a rare large parcel, 118 acres, that sits between Okemos and Mason in Ingham County, just a few miles east of US-127. Whether you want to farm, hunt, fish, homestead, raise horses, or just enjoy nature, this property has it all.
While walking this property, we have seen deer, pheasant, turkey, ducks and geese. In the snow, I have seen coyote, mink, and otter tracks. If you like to waterfowl hunt, this place has several drainage ditches, and many man made ponds. I jumped lots of ducks in late January. If you are not familiar with the area, there are thousands of ducks and geese that travel around this area, coming off MSU properties and coming out to the farm fields to eat. From what I hear from neighbors and the seller, it is a great deer hunting property and area. I found a large 7 point dead in the cattail/phragmites habitat while walking in late January. Check the pics out to see him. A few years back, a very large 14 point was harvested on the neighboring property.
This property can be split up, as it currently is in 3 parcels. A 60 acre, a 40 acre, and a 18 acre parcel make up the layout. See main photo for the aerial with approx. property lines. The 60 ac piece is all swamp, ponds, brush, cattails and is lightly wooded. The 18 acre parcel is mostly the same as the 60. The 40 ac parcel is mostly tillable, with brush and wildlife habitat on the west end.