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...
Just outside the historic town of Big Bay, which is best known for being the setting of the 1959 film "Anatomy of a Murder" with James Stewart, is where you will find this majestic beauty. Accessed from the picturesque covered drive which also serves as a county ro...
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...
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
Linn County is a county in Oregon. It covers 2,309 square miles (1,477,952 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of Oregon's 36 counties, Linn County ranks eighth in terms of the size of its population (120,547, according to 2015 Census estimates). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Linn County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Linn County at $6,027 per acre. The average listing price was $610,991 (the most expensive listing being for $1.1 million) and the median land-parcel size was 41 acres. Land for sale in Linn County totaled 1,115 acres and $6.7 million in overall land value, with the city of Lebanon featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Linn County.
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Oakview Ranch is a recreationalists paradise that is comprised of 144 acres of old-growth oak stands, open meadows, creeks, vernal pools and wetlands. Previously a grass-seed farm, the wetlands and vernal pools that were once prevalent throughout the Willamette Valley, have been restored on the property through a program with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. An 80-acre conservation easement held by the USDA now protects these wetlands and waterfowl and wild game magnets in perpetuity. Hunting is still allowed under this easement, making this property a waterfowl hunters dream. Additionaly, the ranch enjoys approximately mile of Crabtree Creek, which supports resident rainbow trout, bass, bluegill and steelhead, and a mile section of Li