Awesome property! Don't miss this rare opportunity to own this scenic, rolling, partly wooded and partly open meadow property that is so close to Buffalo Lake and Page Creek Marsh State Natural Area Public Land! Seller says you can view the lake from parts of the property. Bring your finishing touches to this very well maintained home with a beautifully landscaped yard on over 40 acres. Absolutely gorgeous shared private pond where the abundant wildlife come to drink! This has good potential to convert to a hobby farm or farmette and horses are allowed! The house has 3 bedrooms all with ceiling fans and ceramic tile in the bathroom. This property features a large 57'x30' pole building for your critters or your big toys. There are some small outbuildings including a 10x10 Garden Shed. There is an LP furnace and an Outdoor wood furnace that helps to heat the home economically! There is a basement garage that is presently being used for storage. Owner may consider some Seller financing.
Buffalo Lake WI Area
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Buffalo Lake is located mostly in Packwaukee Township but Montello and West Buffalo Townships as well in Marquette County of Central Wisconsin by Endeavor, Packwaukee, Montello WI. The lake is about 2179 acres with a max depth of 8 feet with mostly a muck bottom with some sand. This is a flowage of the Fox River Green Bay Tributary which flows northeast which is very rare; only about 3 dozen river flow north in the world. There's are four boat launches one by the Montello Dam on the east end of the lake, another on north side in middle of the on County Road C, the boat ramp on the south side by Packwaukee on County Road D and the final boat landing by Endeavor at the very south end. Buffalo Lake is more like a wide river then a typical lake; it's about 10+ miles long but only about 1/3 of a mile wide.
Page Creek Marsh State Natural Area is located in Marquette County just south of Buffalo Lake on County Road K. Page Creek flows into Buffalo Lake which is a flowage of the Fox River Green Bay Tributary, one of the rare rivers that flows north. This large wetland preserve is home to waterfowl, rare meadow birds and lots of diverse Wisconsin plant life plus is also home to Bright Lake, Mud Lake and Pollys Lake. This area is part of the Central Sands at the very southeast edge right were the terrain starts rolling. Page Creek Marsh is owned by The Nature Conservancy but is open to the Public. It consists of wetlands, remnant prairies and oak savanna which is home to a wide variety of Wisconsin Wildlife including waterfowl, Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Raccoons, Sandhill Cranes, Mallard Ducks, Wood Ducks, Geese, Herons, Beaver, Red Fox, Native Birds, Frogs, Turtles, Snakes and more.
Page Creek is about 4 miles long starting at Gale Ave in Marquette County, Central Wisconsin and ending into Buffalo Lake which is the Fox River – Green Bay Tributary. Page Creek is NOT a class trout stream according to WI DNR.
The Green Bay Tributary of the Fox River is 200+ miles long ENDS in Lake Michigan in the City of Green Bay then flows southwest through Kaukanna WI, Appleton WI, Menasha WI, Neenah WI into Lake Winnegabo (Wisconsin's Largest Inland Lake). Then continues northwest into Lake Butte Des Morts and exits flowing again southwest to Waushara County for only about a 3 to 4 mile stretch going through the City of Berlin. This is where the Fox River get's much smaller still flowing southwest to Princeton WI, then flows into Pukaway Lake then flows northwest to into Buffalo Lake the turns south down to Portage WI. From the Portage area the river turns to the east through Swan Lake and Park Lake where the Fox River Headwaters are found in a swampy area by the Columbia County and Green Lake County Border.
Marquette County, WI is located between Wisconsin Dells and Redgranite in the central part with the Fox River which is one of the rare rivers that flows northwest. Marquette is known for its farming, Amish communities, boating, fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, arts, culture, golfing, rolling terrain, spring fed lakes, parks, public lake, wildlife, bird watching, snowmobiling, skiing, ice skating which also has Caves Creek Fishery, Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area, Germania Wildlife Area, Mecan River Fishery Areas, Upper Fox River Public Access, White River Marsh Wildlife Area, Buffalo Lake, Germania Marsh, Lawrence Lake, Montello Lake, Oxford Lake, Puckaway Lake, Silver Lake, Neenah Lake, Caves Creek Trout Stream, Chaffee Creek, Fox River, Mecan River, O'Keefe Creek, Wedde Creek, White Creek plus a couple communities including; Briggsville, Endeavor, Germania, Harrisville, Montello, Neshkoro, Oxford, Packwaukee and Westfield. It's surrounded by 4 other Counties; Adams, Waushara, Green Lake and Columbia. On this page you'll find links for more detail information including tourism, things to do, places to go, visitor information, sporting events, lakes, rustic roads, farmers markets, parks, camping, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, ATVing, outdoor recreation and more… Marquette County has 13 Townships.