|Address||40 ac. Kelly Dam Rd|
|Sub Area||Little Rice|
|Floor Space||0 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||40.00 Acres|
Nice 40+/- acre parcel with 1/4 mile of frontage on Kelly Dam Rd. This property consists of mostly 10-year-old aspen, but there are scattered white pines and a ribbon of mature mixed conifers along the north/south running wetland about 2/3 of the way to the west property line. Residential/Farming zoning and power along the road allows for unlimited options. Additional land is available. This parcel is in FCL (Forest Crop Land) for another 12 years, but can be rolled into MFL which now allows removal of 1-5 acres for a building site.
Listed by LAKELAND REALTY
I have lived in the Tomahawk area for over 25 years; drawn here by its friendliness, beauty, and outdoor life. Originally from Indiana, I knew this was where I wanted to live my life after spending a weekend skiing on one of the beautiful lakes of the Northwoods.
Prior to earning my Realtor license, I started my career with Tomahawk Log & Country Homes; hitting all aspects of the industry – sales, bidding, management and serving as President for 10+ years. I have over 20 years of experience in the home construction industry, driving strategic growth and product visibility for 4 separate corporations. I am past President and longtime member of the Headwaters Builders Association and also currently on the Board of Director’s of a local community bank. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing Major from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire.
I am highly competitive, passionate, persuasive and articulate while keeping ethics and morals in the forefront of all decision making. My extensive knowledge of sales, marketing, building trades and banking make me a great fit for our team at Northwoods Community Realty.
My wife and I live on the Nokomis Chain and enjoy waterskiing, snowmobiling, hunting, and fishing in our great Northwoods. Our two grown daughters have embarked on their own business careers after graduating form UW Madison and still enjoy all the recreational activities that they grew up with. They are fortunate to still live in the great state of Wisconsin.