Country living in Koochiching County in Northern MN with lots of expansion potential! This 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home sits on 40 acres at the end of a publicly maintained road with tons of privacy. The Deer River Line, formerly a rail line runs through the west end of the property and provides opportunity to ride wheelers, horses, bikes, walk, etc. The south end of the property borders State land for additional recreation. Only a few miles away is access to the Littlefork River.
The spacious rural Littlefork, MN home is beautifully laid out to offer cozy gathering spaces with the unfinished sun room, as well as the vaulted livingroom and updated family room. Home has an attached garage along with a pole barn in the back.
Make this property your dream hobby farm with just a bit of work. The beautiful pockets of birch, spruce, tamarack, cedars and poplar trees provide a nice backdrop to the trail opportunities along with deer hunting (deer stand included!) Don't miss out on this unique chance to find that perfect country home at an affordable price!
Nestled in the serene landscapes of Littlefork, MN, life here embodies small-town charm and strong community bonds. Daily routines are marked by friendly interactions and local businesses that foster a sense of togetherness. The changing seasons offer an array of rural activities, from fishing, hiking, and bonfires in warmer months to apple picking, snowmobiling, and ice fishing during the colder ones. This close connection to nature, along with shared values and outdoor pursuits, creates an authentic and deeply rooted sense of belonging in Littlefork.
Starting her real estate journey in 1998 at a local law firm, Shannon assisted in rendering title opinions, and insurance policies, researched county records, and coordinated loan closings for various companies. Subsequently, she became a mortgage broker in 2000 and began working with clients counseling and prequalifying them then working through the entire loan process. From 2002-2015, she stepped out of the real estate and started her own international custom woodworking business which sold products all over the US and Canada. In 2015 she decided she was ready to retire from woodworking and sold the business. Since she had a life-long interest in real estate, she obtained her license in 2016 and went into business with a broker from another town and opened up a local office. She knew her small remote town needed national exposure and while researching ways to do that, United Country always brought interest. In 2019 she obtained her broker's license and started her own United Country office. She most recently merged with another UC office and Tammy Tisland to expand the brand's regional outreach and platform.