1700+/-ft cypress-lined Medina River frontage plus 2-2 home, great outside patio for entertaining, pool, barns, fenced and cross fenced for livestock, ideal for grazing cattle, horses or other livestock, abundant native wildlife, living in the country, but located in town. T...
One-of-a-kind trophy property, originally the centerpiece of the planned Cliffs at High Carolina community. 795 acres of high elevation paradise; hardwood and pine forest; open meadow areas and pristine 8-acre lake; 360-degree, panoramic, year-round, long range mountain view...
290 /- Acres of Premier Development Land
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· 290 acres m/l of Premier Location Land – Gently Rolling with Scenic Vi...
The 11889 acre Dos Angeles Ranch is located just 12 miles Southwest of Bracketville, Texas in Kinney County. The life blood of the ranch is provided by 3 miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property in a southwesterly direction. Over time, the water ...
Located in Vermont, 944-square-mile Rutland County accounts for 10 percent of the state's total land area. Of the 14 counties in Vermont, Rutland County is one of the three largest counties in the state (population: 59,736, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Rutland County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Rutland County at $9,409 per acre. The average listing price was $1,195,000 (the most expensive listing being for $2.5 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Rutland County was 174 acres. Land for sale in Rutland County totaled 381 acres and $3.6 million in overall land value, with the city of Ira 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 Rutland County.
Land for sale including Timberland in Rutland County Vermont
Susie Peak Forest is an exceptional Vermont timber investment property with fine northern hardwood stands, older age classes, favorable species composition and a stunning landscape. Set in the southern Vermont towns of Ira and Clarendon, Susie Peaks maturing, northern hardwood-dominated timber resource has been professionally cultivated for many years, culminating in 2.9 million board feet of quality maple, oak, spruce and ash sawlogs. In addition, the property is one of southern Vermonts largest unencumbered offerings and is available to the market for the first time in over 25 years.
While its investment value is firmly anchored by an impressive timber resource, the property also includes multiple access points, near-term sugar bush p
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$918,4001,148 acresTinmouth, VT05773 - Rutland County
Tinmouth Mountain encompasses 1,148 acres of contiguous northern hardwood forest situated in the scenic Taconic Mountains of Southern Vermont. The property is readily accessible from Rutland via many of the regions primary thoroughfares including Route 7 and Interstates 87 and 91. There is a rich diversity of hardwoods including white ash, red oak, yellow birch and black cherry dominated by sugar maple, representing 44% of stocking levels. The property offers an appealing investment in timber, maple syrup production, recreation and conservation with immediate cash flow available from the sale of merchantable timber. The large, unbroken forest provides core habitat for larger mammals including moose, bear and bobcat. There are multiple ac
$189,000256 acresMrshall Phillips Road, Brandon, VT05733 - Rutland County
Marshall Phillips Forest is a Champlain Valley forest, offering fine timber stands, recreational and residential opportunities, unique wildlife and generous road frontage. The Champlain Valley in western Vermont is a rolling landscape of fertile farms, small towns and working forests. Lower elevations and flatter terrain, as well as adjacency to the lake, support a different mix of plant and animal species than the predominantly upland terrain in the rest of the state.
The property offers a variety of terrain and habitats suitable for residential development (seasonal or year-round), hiking and nature viewing, hunting and forest management. In the center of the property are 85 acres of wetland associated with an unnamed brook. This rich