1260 County Rd 74 Orr, MN

$89,500

Beds
1
MLS#
130530
Baths
1 Full Bath(s)
Taxes
474.00
Size
552
Waterfront
No
Acres
75
Water Frontage
Status
Sold
Virtual
Contact Us
Deena Congdon
(218) 256-1823
deena@thelakecountry.com
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Property Description

Hunting cabin on acreage

1260 County Road 74-75 Acres hunting cabin, 75 acres and a cabin in Silverdale where the parcels of land give everyone space. The Little Fork River winds its way nearby the property with a canoe and small boat access nearby. The 75 acres of land give you ample room to hunt, wildlife view and let the children roam with public lands adjoining property.

1260 County Road 74, 75 Acres hunting cabin

1260 County Road 74, 75 Acres hunting cabin

Trails on the land  with the 75 Acres hunting cabin

A small field and a mix of wooded land bring the animals into the yard. The simple one room cabin has the perfect up north feel. Built in 2001 it is not your average hunting shack. A bathroom is roughed in if you wish to add one in the future.. The wood interior, free standing wood stove and the furnishings give this cabin the charm one expects in a cabin. Most of the items can stay with the cabin so all you have to do is move in and start exploring the outdoors. A 1 stall garage can hold your toys and the building is wired for a generator. Electric is nearby if you wish to hook up in the future.

75 Acres hunting cabin up north

Public lands join the property opening up more land to explore. The Little Fork River is nearby for you to explore and fish. In the winter some people will also travel parts of the Little Fork River with snowmobiles.

Deer and Bear hunting

Many people will deer and bear hunt in the area. This link will take you to more information on deer hunting in Minnesota and deer management.

Bear in the area

Bears live in forests, swamps and other areas with dense cover but will wander into clearings to feed. They are found mainly in the northern third of Minnesota, but range as far south as the interface between the forest and agricultural zones, where they utilize corn and other crops for subsistence.