PROPERTY IN FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS WINE REGION
Beautiful rolling hills, great views, large hardwood trees. The property is ready for weekend cabin or main home site. Abundant Wildlife, White Tail Deer, Axis Deer, Wild Hogs, Turkey. Additional acreage available.
290 /- Acres of Premier Development Land
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· 290 acres m/l of Premier Location Land – Gently Rolling with Scenic Vi...
The City of Shawnee is one of the fastest growing cities in Johnson County. Its highly desirable
location near Interstates I-35 and I-435 provides an ideal setting for diverse, well-planned
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Longest water-frontage on the lake. 1,900 feet of shore and 100 feet of frontage to a private road. Is is a getaway you're looking for? This is your chance to get away from it all, while still a short drive to awesome college towns like Ithaca and Cortland. Hunt, build your ...
Located in Michigan, 777-square-mile Dickinson County accounts for less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of the 83 counties in Michigan, Dickinson County ranks 53rd in terms of the size of its population (25,788, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent Lands of America data places the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Dickinson County at $2,409 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $127,758 (the most expensive listing being for $309,000) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Dickinson County was 14 acres. Land for sale in Dickinson County totaled 424 acres and $1.0 million in overall land value, with the city of Norway featuring the most land for sale in the county. Residential land was the most common type of land for sale in Dickinson County.
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