Mountain Homesite : Power & World-Class Views
Amazing world-class views of the Spanish Peaks and Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range.
Mature trees and rock outcroppings.
There is power already on the property along with frontage on Burro Canyon Road, also know as County...
Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven, Home, Barns and 189 acres with Rolling hills, Highly improved pastures, Mature oak trees, Ponds, Fenced and crossed fenced privacy can be your escape. Perfect location just 15 minutes off I-20 near the country town of Edgewood...
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...
Saint Martin Parish is located in Louisiana. The county covers 817 square miles (522,566 acres), representing less than one percent of the state. Of Louisiana's 64 counties, Saint Martin Parish ranks 20th in terms of the size of its population (0, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Saint Martin Parish is $290,215. The average listing price was $269,900 (the most expensive listing being for $339,900) and the median size of land and property for sale in Saint Martin Parish was less than an acre. Land for sale in Saint Martin Parish totaled two acres and $539,800 in overall land value, with the city of Butte La Rose featuring the most land for sale in the county. Hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Saint Martin Parish.
Land for sale including Ranches in Saint Martin Parish Louisiana
Cypress-willow-tupelo forest located in the central portion of the Atchafalaya Basin known as America's River of Trees which is the largest contiguous bottomland hardwood forest in North America situated at the mouth of the most important waterfowl flyway supporting half of Americas migratory waterfowl, more than 300 bird species, including neotropical migratory land birds and other birds of the Mississippi Flyway. The crisscross of rivers and canals makes travel memorable and fun.
Over 100 species of fish, crawfish, shrimp and freshwater crabs support sport and commercial fishing. Other animals that call the Atchafalaya home are the endangered Louisiana black bear, white tail deer, bobcat, coyote, alligator, beaver, nutria, mink, otter