20 acres located in Central Menominee County, Daggett Township, with year round access and underground power on site. This parcel has a lot of great features packed into just 20 acres. There is a high ridge line along the road frontage providing an open hill top building site with easy access and wonderful southwesterly views over a wetland area. There is underground power running through the acreage for easy hook up. The property has frontage on a well maintain and plowed County gravel road. A small clearing of about an acre provides nice open views of the landscape. There are apple and cherry trees lining the road edge in addition to a buffer of lilacs. Further down the ridge it transitions into a nicely maintained stand of cedar trees. There is a trail road along the power easement at the base of the ridge where there is also a transition into a heavily wooded lowland area. Behind this to the back of the acreage is a grassy marsh surrounding the Dry Creek. All of these habitat features converge on this land making a wildlife heaven. Over the years, the owners have identified over 100 different species of birds on this parcel. Deer trails are heavy and the land contour provides ample hunting locations. The majority of the acreage outside of the building location is enrolled in a wetland conservation easement. This portion of the property is restricted to protect and maintain the habitat. If you're in the market for building acreage or a small hunting parcel, this fits both perfectly. There is a large block of State forest to the East for additional hunting ground. All of this is just a short drive from US 41, less than 20 minutes to Stephenson, MI and 45 minutes from Menominee, MI.