BRING THE HORSES - GORGEOUS ESTABLISHED FARM to build your dream home just 20 minutes from Anderson. Property is Fenced with established hay crop along with mix of hardwoods and strong creek with multiple water features. Deep drilled well & septic tank w/ underground power s...
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
Wyoming Ranch on the Little Medicine Bow River
This amazing property has the Little Medicine Bow River running along the northern boundary and Greasewood Creek running through the southern half of the parcel. This property has great access via private gravel roads and i...
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...
Located in California, 3,132-square-mile Mono County accounts for two percent of the state's total land area. Of the 58 counties in California, Mono County ranks 54th in terms of the size of its population (13,909, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Mono County. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Mono County at $2,379 per acre. The average listing price was $2,950,000 and the median land-parcel size was 1,240 acres. Land for sale in Mono County totaled 1,240 acres and $3.0 million in overall land value, with the city of Bridgeport featuring the most land for sale in the county. With a recreation- and tourism-dependent economy, recreational acreage and property, as well as hunting lands, are most commonly sold in Mono County.
Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Mono County California
This is one of the finest, privately owned fishing ranches in North America. It is located in the Eastern Sierra region of Northern California and has had only 25 members since its formation in 1928. Rife with brown and rainbow trout, the river provides secluded yet accessible fishing with waters that are more akin to a large spring creek than a river. It is not uncommon to land a 2-3 pound trout or to catch more than a dozen fish on any given day. Less commonly 5-7 pound trout can be caught as well. It is also less common to have more than two or three fisherman on the river at any given time, giving an avid fisherman plenty of elbow room. The ranch follows standard California fishing regulations and additionally requires that all flies an