FOR SALE 33 Acres of PRIME Arizona Outback Real Estate
Price: $279,000 - Terms Available!
This 33 acre parcel is the last phase of Indian Hills Estates, a 520 unit manufactured home subdivision.
A majority of the preliminary work that is part of every major develo...
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...
Great Hunting! This is a fabulous piece of property with good elevation to build on. Plenty of trees- Perfect for game cover and habitat. I have adjoining pieces to increase your acreage if needed. I will make a good deal on a package.
Easy drive to DFW.
I will owner fina...
Electricity, High-Speed Internet & Great Access
40.2 Acre Ranch just 17 miles from Walsenburg, Colorado with unobstructed views of the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Cristo, Silver and Greenhorn Mountains.
Drive up access to the property, which is located on the gravel Schoo...
Undeveloped Land in Franklin County, Massachusetts
Based on recent Lands of America data, the average price of undeveloped land for sale in Franklin County ($89,500) was nine percent cheaper than the statewide average for Massachusetts undeveloped land for sale. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Franklin County (95 acres) was greater, however, than the state average for Massachusetts undeveloped land for sale. Commercial land buyers should note that Massachusetts's farming economy is the 40th biggest in the nation. Browse all Franklin County undeveloped land for sale on Lands of America to find your next commercial property or land investment.
Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Franklin County Massachusetts
Bolster Hill Forest is a conserved forest (no building or development allowed) with gentle terrain, good quality timber and recreational opportunity in Warwick, Massachusetts, a few miles south of the New Hampshire border and east of the Connecticut River Valley. The town is quite rural and nearly one third of its acreage is state forest land. The 1,617 foot Mount Grace rising near the town center is the prominent topographic feature, providing visitors and area residents a host of outdoor recreational opportunities.
There are several ponds in Warwick, creating a mosaic of wetlands. The forest boundary stretches over the lower eastern portion of Bolster Hill, a prominent ridgeline in an area of rolling hills. The terrain rises gently