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.
Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
Approximately 671 acres of vacant land and 2 caves close to the Big Niangua River near County
Road K in Dallas County, MO.
Over 2 miles on the Niangua River
2.5 miles (straight line) from Bennett Springs hatchery
2 Cave systems: McKee and Saltpater Caves
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
Essex County is a county in Vermont. It covers 674 square miles (431,251 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of the 14 counties in Vermont, Essex County ranks 14th in terms of the size of its population (6,163, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Essex County. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Essex County is $2,248. The average list price of property and land for sale was $385,000 and the median size of land and property for sale in Essex County was 171 acres. Land for sale in Essex County totaled 171 acres and $385,000 in overall land value, with the city of Guildhall featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Essex County.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Essex County Vermont
Halibut Mountain Forest is a conserved timberland property in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. The property has roughly 1,180 of frontage along Guildhall Hill Road, a town road maintained to within 1 mile of the property, as well as several old logging roads leading into the forest.
The northern section of the property occupies the upper slopes of Halibut Mountain, while the northeastern areas of the land rise to a ridge on Sheridan Mountain. The center of the property is a bowl bordered by these two ridges. Soils leading to the ridges and mountain tops are well-drained and capable of supporting quality northern hardwoods. Drainage in the central and southwestern areas is adequate, supporting mixed species such as spruce, fir, ash, bir