Nestled in the South Carolina Lowcountry graced with stately live oaks and abundant wildlife you will find your private escape, the Whitener Tract.
1,785 Acres convenient to Hilton Head, Savannah and Jacksonville provide adventurous deer and turkey hunting. Protected by a c...
Northeastern Arizona is land of scenic vistas, clean mountain air and quiet seclusion. It is home to free roaming herds of elk, deer and antelope which feed on its rich native range grasses and find shelter within its evergreen woodlands. Horizon Ranch is a small collection ...
122 acres more or less, working ranch for sale in Angelina Co., TX
If you are wanting to get out of town and live the country life on a place with a view and some cows, look no further. This is an extremely well maintained working cattle ranch with a beautiful 3bd/2bth, log...
hade Valley Camp Resort Owner - Retirement Real Estate - Campground Venue Auction
Friday, September 8, 2017 - 1:00 PM (MT)
Auction Location: Sturgis, SD
SHADE VALLEY CAMP RESORT
Located Within the Shadows-Edge of Bear Butte
East of Legendary Sturgis, SD alon...
The riverways, lakes and reservoirs of Dickinson County are perfect for aquatic adventure and escape. Recent internal listing data showed the average price of riverfront property for sale in Dickinson County ($303,075) was cheaper than the statewide average for Michigan riverfront property for sale. The average size of riverfront property for sale in Dickinson County (1,006 acres) was more, however, than the state average for Michigan riverfront property for sale. Of the $1 million in Dickinson County riverfront property for sale, the most expensive listing was $5 million. Browse all Dickinson County riverfront property for sale on Lands of America to find the riverfront property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits!
Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Dickinson County Michigan
INVESTMENT LAND with excellent recreation capabilities. This Timber/Mineral/River Tract features 24 parcels, many contiguous blocks, with 3,618 acres and 60,000 feet of waterfront on the rivers and over 1,000 feet on Perch Lake. All of the parcels have insurable access with the exception of a 40 acre parcel in Iron Co. and a 40 acre parcel in Marquette County. Many of the parcels have county road frontage with electric. The timber value is estimated over $1,760,000 based on 2004 volumes and there has been no harvesting since that inventory so this total may be higher. the timber is ready for harvest now. The mineral potential is based upon a 10% share of the sellers rights and there is currently significant exploration underway on a portion
This unique tract of land has several great features that make it appealing to a wide range of buyers. The highlight is the river frontage on the Michigamme River. There is over 3/4 of a mile of fast moving riverfront with a gradually sloped high ground bank at the water's edge. There are high views from several great private building sites. Along with the river frontage the parcel has 334 acres of rolling wooded terrain. The mix of several tree species and continuous elevation change make this property very attractive. A new road is being improved from the County Road to the river. The property has paved road frontage on Old M69 where power is available. This makes for the potential of a year round dwelling and even a seasonal occupant wil
Bob SullivanNorthern Michigan Land Brokers
$440,000395.5 acresTBD Off Fox Lake Rd., Sagola, MI49881 - Dickinson County
395.5 Acre Upper Michigan Wooded Recreational Parcel with Ford River Frontage for Sale! This property is located in Sagola Township, in NW Dickinson County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. When people think about Sagola Township, they think about the great logging era in the Upper Peninsula. In the 1840s to the 1900s, as the forests of the east were depleted, logging companies moved west into the Great Lakes area. Investors considered the Michigan forests might be a source of rapid wealth. Michigan became the Nation's leading lumber producer between 1869 and 1900 - and its forests were cut down for farms and to produce lumber for buildings, ships, and mines. In early days logging companies built camps and brought in crews. Men used axes and
Tim KeohaneGreat Lakes and Land Real Estate Company