DVR LAKE RANCH-LOGAN, NM
State: New Mexico
Property Type: All native grass ranch for livestock grazing/hunting/recreation
Acres: Total Acres 22,639.44 acres more or less (as represented by Seller)
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...
Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
Undeveloped Land in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana
Based on recent internal data, the average price of undeveloped land for sale in Pointe Coupee Parish ($247,800) was less than the statewide average for Louisiana undeveloped land for sale. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Pointe Coupee Parish (40 acres) was also smaller than the state average for Louisiana undeveloped land for sale. Commercial land buyers should note that Louisiana's farming economy is the 30th biggest in the nation. Browse all Pointe Coupee Parish undeveloped land for sale on Lands of America to find your next commercial property or land investment.
Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Pointe Coupee Parish Louisiana
40 ac wooded tract for hunting in Point Coupee parish, LA
This tract is situated south of New Roads on the west side of False River. It is a bottomland hardwood tract offering deer and small game hunting. There are several hundred adjoining and nearby timberland acres providing backup habitat for deer.
The tract is situated in a pipeline corridor providing potential future income to the owner. It has the potential to be developed into a semi-wooded crawfish pond or duck hole. The timber is contracted to be select cut which will open it open for growth of the understory to improve the wildlife habitat. The timber harvest will leave all oak and sweet pecan smaller than 18