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I have 40 Acres +- uniformly square in dimensions, available near Hesperia ,MI. It is excellent hunting area and recreation land, is currently barb wire fenced. Bordered on the south and east sides by BLM (federal)land. Closest address is 6189 west 5 mile rd. Hesperia,MI. Property lies on the north side of 5 mile road just about a block east of that address (6189).
Here are the Lat/Longs for the SE corner of the Property if you would like to Google Earth it or plug it into your GPS you can take a look at it either way:
43 37 35 36N 85 56 44 86W Elev. is 791'
Please email for more info or better directions. [email protected] Asking $2k per acre, Mike.
 

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40 acres

Its flat, kinda of a sandy loam. I have driven my truck on most areas of it, however it has grown brush wise since then. It is lower on the west side and gently tapers up (probably less than 2'-3') from west to east. Mike
 

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I don't think they do, its been so long since I have been up there to look at it? They do serve the address that I gave (6189 West 5Mile Rd.) but I don't recall how they get to that address? I will have to check into that, thanks for bringing it up! I would think based on its location though that a line could be run from less than 1/2 to 1 mile away, but again I would need to research it. Mike
 

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any timber on the land? i buy trees so if you have any good hardwood on the land would be intrested in buying them.
 

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No, there really isn't any good hardwood, its mostly regrowth trees from when they took all the old timber out. I would guess they did that back in the late '40s early '50s? Heck I remember when my Dad first purchased the land (early '60s) there were hardly any trees at all, almost all open field. So most of these trees are less than 40 years old. Mostly birch, poplar, and some pine.
 
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