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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Au Gres Michigan

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$1,430,827 773 acres
Au Gres, MI 48703 - Arenac County

Arenac County, 773.42 Acres, Mattis Hunt Club Acres

773.42 Acres For Sale! RARE opportunity to own a large tract of land in Arenac County for only $1,850 an acre! This property is truly a one-of-a-kind and has a remarkable track record for growing, holding, and harvesting mature whitetails. This property has been in the same family for over 50 years and is under strict QDMA practices. Property has a well maintained road system that loops around the entire parcel, allowing great access to the 10 strategically located gun shacks (which are included in the sale). Several areas have been planted in food plots and there is plenty of room for more! This is a turnkey hunting operation and ready to go for this years hunting season! A lake is featured in the center of the property and can be u
Blake Ver Woert Wildlife Realty
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$185,000 40 acres
Tonkey Road, Au Gres, MI 48703 - Arenac County

40+/- Acres, Au Gres, Lake Huron Acres

This property is located just outside of Au Gres. This 40-acre parcel has over 550 ft. of frontage on Lake Huron/Saginaw Bay and offers several great build spots. This tillable wooded parcel creates a great home for deer, turkey, duck, geese, and other wildlife. There is a nearby boat marina and a couple nearby beaches. Has road frontage on South Tonkey Road and E Michigan Ave. Dont miss your chance at this incredible property!
Blake Ver Woert Wildlife Realty
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$550,000 167 acres 6 Beds | 2 Baths
2834 S Santiago Rd, Au Gres, MI 48703 - Arenac County

Duck Hunters Dream

Duck Hunters Dream is conveniently located 3 miles south of Au Gres. This property boasts 167 acres of spectacular waterfowl habitat and an impressive 3,500 +/- feet on Lake Huron. There is a large area along the lake that could possibly be planted to crops and later flooded for waterfowl. Ken Mattis the former steward of this property had a keen eye for quality wildlife habitat and was a pioneer in the early QDM practices in Michigan. Ken intensively managed this property for the past 32 years. The terrain and habitat on this property are as diverse as it gets in Michigan. Imagine watching the sun set over the water from your hunting blind as flocks of waterfowl blacken the sky and mature bucks begin to show themselves from the heavy beddi
Blake Ver Woert Wildlife Realty