This farmhouse has a cheerful appeal with a bright red roof and a cozy setting in a hilly area of Wisconsin.

The area is Blair in Trempeleau County, a place where Amish have lived for over 60 years. You’ll see by the photos it’s a beautiful farm and the home feels warm and welcoming. This farm is currently up for sale and might be the most expensive Amish property we’ve looked at here (price at the end).

First the description

Located in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin sits this breathtaking 6 bed 1 bath house on 105 acres. This farm offers the perfect mix of tillable and timber ground for annual income off the tillable and great hunting in the secluded back end of the property. There are several great, secluded food plot locations throughout the property that help make this farm hunt BIG! There are 2 ponds on the property, the one below the house is stocked with bluegills and crappies so you can fish right out your back door! The property is covered with deer and turkey sign and after a short walk you will see the hunting potential this farm offers.

The farm lays extremely long which helps keep the back end very secluded from any public roads. The house is an Amish built home and is extremely unique! The house currently has no electricity or HVAC. The house features a wood stove in the beautiful vaulted ceiling kitchen that overlooks the farm, a porch overlooking the property, a 2 year old conventional septic, 6 inch well, screened porch, steel roof, and a large floor plan.

There are also multiple outbuildings including a steel pole shed to store your tractor, UTV/ATV and other toys. This farm would also make a great hobby farm with fencing in place, calf stalls in the barn and lots of pasture ground for rotational grazing! There is also a small stream that runs through the property and feeds the ponds. Property Features: Multiple early and late season food plot locations Private Stock Pond New Septic in 2020 6 inch well Hunts BIG Great deer quality Well maintained trails Property Taxes $3726.40

Inside the home has a very woodsy and cozy feel. This is a more materially progressive community going by the looks of the interior of this home.

Note the roof element inside here to the upper right. That makes me wonder if this part was once the exterior and then an addition put on. Can you imagine the warmth coming out of that stove on a chilly day like the one captured in these photo?

Rustic rolltop desk in the corner of this cozy living area. The place just feels warm just looking at the photos.

If you’re Amish and living in this part of Wisconsin it’d almost seem strange to not be a hunter/outdoorsman. The hunt and fish appeal of the area comes through in the property description and we can see evidence that this is a home of hunters:

Did you catch what’s on the bed? Some Amish play instruments, particularly when youth, and keyboards would be played in some places.

A look at the other bedrooms, including the master bedroom here. You can notice what I was talking about in terms of the fancier decor in this home. The bedside light would be battery-operated.

Rustic log theme throughout the rooms, even in this girl’s room:

Let’s have a look at the kitchen and pantry.

And now down to the basement with a nice stock of canned goods and ping pong table for fun winter evenings or whenever.

Here’s the big overhead view of the full property. What’s the price on this six-bedroom, one-bathroom home on 105 acres?

It’s available for $799,000. The agent is Lucas Mestad of High Point Land Company.

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