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West Texas land developer is offering their remaining properties and offering owner financing with NO credit checks and NO qualifying. Lots sizes range from 20 acres to 100 acres. Limited availability.
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3900 sq ft Stone house situated above a one acre lake. Of matching materials and craftsmanship is a7,100 sq ft 8 horse stall barn with generous stalls, hot and cold wash racks, saddle room, living quarters/ office space and excellent turnouts. Ideally the bar...
Magnificent views of Crabapple Valley can be spotted from elevations of 2000-ft on this 131 acre hilltop ranch, located just 10 minutes from Fredericksburg and its renowned restaurants and vineyards. The main residence is a 3500 +/- sq/ft countryside home including an unde...
Approx 1 mile of Lampasas river.
Approx 1/4 mile a beautiful springfed Sulphur Creek
Main dwelling less than five years old. Approximately 3200 ft.
100-year-old German style limestone home-remodeled
Custom built cabin with a fireplace on the creek.
Highway 190 fronta...
Vermont's 693-square-mile Franklin County covers seven percent of the state's total land area. Of Vermont's 14 counties, Franklin County ranks fifth in terms of the size of its population (48,799, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land for sale in Franklin County at $11,739 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $181,950 (the most expensive listing being for $299,000) and the median acreage of land for sale in Franklin County was 17 acres. Land for sale in Franklin County totaled 62 acres and $727,800 in overall land value, with the city of Richford featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Franklin County.
Land for sale including Timberland in Franklin County Vermont
Richford Forest sits just below the Canadian border in the northern reaches of Vermont. The property is accessed from either the town-maintained Nickson Road or Vermont Route 105. Good access, close proximity to electric power and level terrain near the end of Nickson Road open the possibility of a private homestead. Local and distant mountain views can be captured from a saddle in the central section of the forest. Terrain is variable and defined by the propertys level to gently-sloping mid-section. A small wetland and associated stream are situated in the southwest corner of the land.
The timber resource consists of a favorable hardwood species composition dominated by sugar maple and complemented by red maple, yellow birch and white