Riverfront Sale! 2.1 acres with frontage on the Elk River AND bordering Pisgah National Forest for ONLY $44,900! Other properties include barniminium bordering a mountain creek and large acreage up to 67 acres in size!
Nice residential lot in Trona, California, located a short drive from Ridgecrest. The lot is close to a paved road near existing homes. Great views of mountains in every direction! Great for investment. Seller financing is available! APN is 0486-183-12-0000.
100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
Approximately 195.515 acres of land and improvements located just south of the Missouri River with land on the north and south side of the railroad. The river front land is divided from the main rail lines.
There are 3 primary buiildings on the land: 1) An approximate...
Recent internal listing data showed the average price of undeveloped land for sale in Jackson County ($3 million) was more expensive than the statewide average for Colorado undeveloped land for sale. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Jackson County (426 acres) was less, however, than the state average for Colorado undeveloped land for sale. Commercial land buyers should note that Colorado's farming economy is the 28th biggest in the nation. Some common wildlife species to be found on Jackson County undeveloped land for sale include bear, ducks, grouse, moose, pheasant, quail, turkey and whitetail deer. Browse all Jackson 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 Jackson County Colorado
Straddling the crest of Mexican Ridge near Rabbit Ears Peak in southwest Jackson County, this 1,277 acre ranch is highlighted by excellent big game hunting and awesome panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges of North Park. The location, vegetation and topography of the ranch result in outstanding wildlife habitat supporting abundant populations of elk and mule deer. The headwaters of a number of creeks originate on the ranch and their horseshoeshaped valleys provide diverse slopes and aspects facing every direction. Hillsides of aspen and conifers provide plentiful wildlife cover and bedding areas, which are balanced by transition areas and open parks with ample feed.
Located along the top of the ridge with exceptional vistas,