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116.5+/- Acres Located in Southeastern Columbia County…

Fall River, WI
116.5+/- acres located in southeastern Columbia County consisting of approx 83 acres prime tillable dirt, 22 acres of wooded land and 1400+/- feet of frontage on the Crawfish River. Property also has a few build sites to build your dream home and live the Country Lifestyle. Getting across the Crawfish River one can walk the suspension bridge over or if you need to drive your tractor or UTV there is is low water closing with a hard bottom that makes this an ease. With the layout of the woods alone the fields and river make great pinch points and great inside corner areas to get within range of those cruising whitetails. This is a great opportunity to buy tillable and hunting land in Columbia County. Contact Land Pros Travis Hamele 608-697-3349 or Marty Griepentrog 608-617-9924

Monroe County Iowa Acreage For Sale with…

Albia, IA
This sprawling 73-acre Iowa property offers a serene rural retreat with endless possibilities in Monroe County, near Moravia and Albia. Conveniently located just one mile off paved 645th Avenue, south of Albia, this parcel combines fertile land with comfortable living. At its heart lies a 3,360-square-foot home built in 2011, featuring 5 bedrooms, a walkout basement, and an attached garage. This dwelling is a perfect blend of comfort and functionality, providing ample space. The property's appeal extends beyond the home, with six buildings dotting the landscape. Among these structures, two recently built barns feature concrete floors, offering versatility for various endeavors. A spacious open-front shed built in 2019, measuring 40 x 168 x 12 provides ample space for equipment or projects. One of the newer barns is thoughtfully connected to a five-acre fenced area, making it an ideal setting for livestock or agricultural activities. Whether you're considering hobby farming or 4-H/FFA projects, this area is primed for your rural aspirations. Across the property, approximately 20 acres are dedicated to hayfields, and a further 3 acres serve as a productive produce patch exploding with vibrant colors of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. The land seamlessly transitions into a picturesque landscape of open fields and timber, that flourishes with wildlife. Turkey and trophy whitetail deer roam these grounds, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers. Truly a rare find, this property offers the best of both worlds—functionality and scenic charm. Whether you envision a home surrounded by nature's beauty, wish to cultivate your own crops, or enjoy its recreational benefits, this 73-acre gem holds the promise of a fulfilling rural lifestyle. Greenhouse is not included and the property does not have electric or forced air/heat.

The Porter Ranch - Legendary Colorado Hunting…

New Castle, CO
The Porter Ranch—Colorado Legacy Ranch for sale near Aspen & Glenwood Springs Colorado Trophy Elk and Mule Deer Hunting on GMU 42 Private Ranch Serous big game hunters will love the hunting opportunities on the Porter Ranch, which is famous for outstanding hunting for elk, trophy mule deer, and bear, as well as turkey and grouse. The ranch is in the heart of Colorado GMU 42, which has been known as one of the top producers of trophy mule deer bucks since the Boone & Crockett club was organized in the late 1880’s by Teddy Roosevelt and his cohorts. In fact, TR stayed in the famous Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs and his guides took him up Alkali Creek to hunt on the Porter Ranch and adjacent properties for mule deer and bear in 1905. The ranch is classic mule deer and elk habitat, with sagebrush and pinyon-juniper forests in the lower elevations and oak brush mixed with aspens at the higher elevations. The ranch provides critical wildlife habitat, as numerous does and fawns can be spotted while touring the ranch, and herds of elk live on the ranch year-round. Bulls scoring up to 360” have been taken on the property, and many bucks scoring 180”-200" have been harvested on the Porter Ranch, including several Boone & Crockett record-book entries scoring between 220-240 inches. Western Colorado ranch with Large acreage and abundant water rights for sale Large ranches in the Aspen/Vail/Grand Junction triangle do not often come up for sale, but the Porter Ranch, located just a few miles south of the town of New Castle, is now on the market. The ranch has excellent assets, including 3,526 deeded acres, superior water rights, beautiful year-round climate, irrigated hay meadows, world-class hunting, easy access to I-70 and airports, and a blank slate for future development. Quick Details: 3,526 Deeded Acres 885 Irrigated Acres 1,175 Acre-Feet of Water Trophy Bull Elk Hunting, Mule Deer, Turkey, Bear, & More Working Corrals 120x50' Hay Shed 80x40' Machine Shop Manager's Home: 2015 Modular Pressurized Irrigation Systems Historic Cattle Ranch Legendary historic Colorado hunting and cattle ranch is offered for sale The Porter Ranch is one of the most historic ranches on the Western Slope, as the forebears of the Porter family gathered up a herd of cattle near Denver in 1880 and drove the herd all the way across the mountains to the Grand Valley on a 3-month cattle drive. It was one of the earliest settled ranches on the Western Slope. The Porter Family has held the ranch for the past 5 generations, raising hay, running cattle, and outfitting hunters on the ranch. Centrally located between Grand Junction, Aspen, Vail, and Glenwood Springs on the I-70 corridor The Porter Ranch is easily accessed from Exit 105 on I-70, which parallels the Colorado River as it flows through New Castle and then down to Rifle and Grand Junction. From I-70, it is a short 11-minute drive up Alkali Creek, or County Road 312, to the ranch gate. Glenwood Springs, with its famous Hot Springs Pool, Fairy Caves, and tourist attractions, is just 15 minutes further up I-70, and Aspen is a total of 1:15 from the ranch. Vail is 1:17 from the ranch. Grand Junction, with its regional airport, Colorado Mesa University, Country Jam, world-class hospitals, and excellent concert venues, is about 1:25 down I-70 from the ranch gate. There are four different airports in fairly close proximity, including Aspen, Vail (which is actually Gypsum, under an hour from the ranch); Grand Junction; and Rifle airport, which doesn’t have connecting flights, but can land large jets. Rifle airport is less than half an hour from the Porter Ranch. At 6,000 feet, Porter Ranch is enjoyable year-round. Many Western ranches are located at high elevation, where heavy snowfall can make life difficult. Winters are long and frozen, involving feeding hay to hungry animals, plowing snow, and waiting for spring. Fall comes too quickly and it’s winter again. With the Porter Ranch headquarters at 6,000 feet in elevation, the ranch has an enjoyable year-round climate. Spring comes earlier, fall arrives later, and the ranch enjoys a long growing season. The upper reaches of the ranch top out at 7,800 feet, so there are zones that have a longer winter, but generally speaking the weather is pleasant on the Porter Ranch. Water resources on the Porter Ranch for sale—excellent water rights for ranching or future development As the saying goes in the West, “whiskey’s for drinking; water’s for fighting,” because water is such a precious resource. The Porter Ranch has several different diversion points from local creeks to water the ranch, as well as a large reservoir situated on the top of a ridge overlooking the basin below. Fed by mountain snowmelt, the reservoir holds 1,175 acre feet of water that is entirely dedicated to the ranch. Further, the Porter family installed a network of underground water pipelines to irrigate close to 800 acres of the ranch with gravity-fed pressurized sprinklers, which makes for an easy job of irrigating and results in quality hay production. There are four (4) large center pivots and an array of big gun sprinklers to reach the best areas on the ranch for hay production. The Porter Ranch is one of the last big ranches in the Roaring Fork Valley with Outstanding future development property. Growth and development has accelerated in the Aspen corridor and property values are high. The average home price in Carbondale, just 25 miles to the southeast, is over $1,600,000, and Aspen home prices averaged $14 million in 2022. This ranch is basically a blank canvas for development, with high demand in the I-70 corridor for new homesites, especially in a private ranch setting. The ranch has more than adequate water to serve new development, and Garfield County is receptive to new projects. There are literally hundreds of gorgeous homesites on the Porter Ranch, from which there are only a handful of other homes within eyesight. the Porter Ranch has limited improvements on leaving a blank slate for the new owner Many Western ranches have been highly improved over the years with improvements that are not necessarily to the taste or function of new ownership. The Porter Ranch has few improvements and those structures on the ranch are utilitarian. Aside from the small historic ranch home, there is a 4-bedroom, 2-bath modular home (built in 2015) that would serve well as a ranch manager’s home; a 40 x 80 machine shop; a 50 x 120 hay barn; and a set of cattle pens. There is no grand lodge or set of cabins or trophy custom home. It is basically a blank slate for a new owner to come in and design the next role for the property. A Western Ranch with An Outstanding Buy-and-Hold Strategy for the Wise Investor With its unique combination of assets, the Porter Ranch offers a wise investor a very good buy-and-hold strategy for land banking. Every investor knows that the stock market may not be the best place for their money, and land has appreciated steadily in value over the decades. The development potential of the Porter Ranch cannot be overlooked—it will only appreciate in value. Its water rights alone are worth millions. However, the ranch can serve as a legacy family property for decades to come, hosting family and visitors for vacations, big game hunting, and learning about agriculture, while the development potential is always there. United Country Colorado Brokers, UC Hunting Properties and UC Ranch Properties combine to offer The Porter Ranch The Porter Ranch is offered as a team effort by the brokers and agents of United Country Colorado Brokers (UCCB), UC Ranch Properties, and UC Hunting Properties. Loren Williams, Jake Hubbell, ALC, Brooke Snyder, and Gary Hubbell, ALC, are the listing agents for the Porter Ranch. Gary Hubbell is the managing broker, auctioneer, founding member, and Accredited Land Consultant with UCCB. Jake Hubbell, ALC, is a top agent within the United Country franchise system, having sold ranches, hunting land, wineries and vineyards, and farms all across Colorado and Wyoming. Loren Williams is an active hunting outfitter and specializes in selling hunting land, ranches, and outfitting businesses on the Western Slope of Colorado. Brooke Snyder is a granddaughter of the Porter family and is emerging as a top agent in her own right, listing and selling ranches, mountain property, hunting land, and custom homes in Western Colorado. She runs her own herd of Angus cattle with her father, famed outfitter Trent Snyder, and she has guided many hunters on successful elk and mule deer hunts.

Recreational Property with Brook Frontage

Lee, ME
Here in Lee there’s an attractive 18-acre property with plenty of opportunities with approximately 400 feet of waterfront along Sucker Brook, and deeded access to Green Pond. Green pond is a quiet 114-acre warm water pond that is great for canoeing and kayaking. The property itself is a gem, featuring varying elevations from 320 to 350 feet above sea level. Lee, Maine, is a small and friendly town with around 1,000 residents, offering a warm and welcoming community atmosphere. The area provides enjoyable activities such as fishing and ATV riding during the pleasant summer months. In winter, residents can indulge in exciting snowmobiling adventures and thrilling downhill skiing at the nearby Mount Jefferson downhill ski area. The property's location adds to its allure, being just a mere 2 miles away from the public beach and boat landing at Silver Lake, a perfect spot for leisurely days by the water. For added convenience, the town of Lincoln, located about a 30-minute drive away, provides access to major shopping destinations, hospitals, and a diverse range of restaurants. Additionally, the property boasts direct access to ATV and snowmobile trails, opening up endless opportunities for exploration and enjoyment of the surrounding natural beauty. It truly serves as an excellent starting point for numerous outdoor adventures. For those seeking to venture beyond the local area, Bangor, with its international airport, is conveniently located just an hour and ten minutes away. Traveling from Boston will take just under five hours. Moreover, the majestic Baxter State Park and iconic Mount Katahdin are a mere hour and twenty minutes away, presenting an awe-inspiring escape into nature's wonders. With an appealing tax rate of $238, this captivating 18-acre property in Lee, Maine, promises to be a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, providing a wonderful opportunity to create cherished memories amidst the splendor of the natural landscape.

Land for Sale Near Tatum, Tx

Tatum, TX
This gorgeous 54.51 acre tract can be yours just in time for hunting season. Full of whitetail deer and hogs, you'll be able to fill your freezer and mount many a trophy all from your own property here in East Texas. Property features plenty of roads and trails through the heavily wooded acres. It will make a perfect private hunting property or a campground to lease out for investment if you so desire. If you are looking for a new home site this property has it too. Good road frontage and easy access. Road frontage on both sides of CR 2138. Most all of the property is on the east side of CR 2138. There is a good location for a small lake. This property has some timber value and possible iron ore value. There are plenty of hardwood including Hickory, White Oak, Red Oak, Post Oak and Blackjack. There are mature pine trees on the property that are ready to harvest. This property could be an awesome off-grid escape close to Martin Creek Lake. There is a gated entry that allows for a road down the south boundary line. For the most part there are larger property owners around the perimeter. Just north of Highway 43, this property is under 10 minutes away from Tatum, 15 minutes from Henderson, and 30 minutes from Longview. So wherever you live in East Texas, you'll have easy access to your new hunting paradise.
SOLD! Texas Hunting Land for Sale in Alba Near Lake Fork Sold

SOLD! Texas Hunting Land for Sale in…

Alba, TX
SOLD! 45.6 acres of unimproved East Texas land for sale located halfway between Alba, Texas, and Lake Fork on FM 182 in Wood County. Lake Fork is known as the Big Bass Capital of Texas. The south boundary of the property fronts FM 182 and the eastern boundary fronts CR 1560, offering 2675 linear feet of road frontage with several entry points into the property. The land is approximately 70% pasture and 30% wooded. The open grassland areas were in hay production in the past and, with a little work, could be productive again or turned into grazing pastures for horses or cattle. The wooded part of the property is mostly Hardwood mix with a creek that flows through woods the full length of the property from north to south just inside the western boundary. A small pond provides water for livestock and wildlife. Whitetail Deer have recently been observed on the property in the wooded areas. This small tract of land adjacent to a larger wooded tract provides wildlife habitat and the opportunity to hunt Whitetail Deer, Hogs, Squirrels, and other small varmints. Build a Country Home, or a Barndominium, locate a Tiny House or two, set up a Mobile Home, build a Warehouse, Mini Storage Buildings, Boat Storage, create an RV Park, or use your imagination as there are no restrictions on the property. Being neighbors to Lake Fork could provide some interesting opportunities. Bright Star Salem Water Supply is available on FM 182 and CR 1560. Wood County electric service is on the property. There are two active wells, and one plugged oil well on the property. The mineral rights have been severed from the surface, so none convey. Find Your Freedom in East Texas!

East Tx Hunting Property

Bivins, TX
Great timberland and recreational/hunting property with FM 125 and CR1889 frontage in Cass County, Texas. This East Texas Land For Sale has multiple roads and trails for access to all areas of the property.  The timberland for sale has primarily excellent upland soil with pine timber along with some hardwood bottomland. This property has the potential to be the perfect income producing property along with offering endless hunting possibilities. Whitetail deer are abundant as well as Wild Turkey. A duck slough is located on the eastern boundary for your waterfowl enthusiasts as well. Corey Branch along with multiple intermittent streams will provide a source of water for wildlife for most months of the year.
Off Grid Cabin Deep in the Maine Woods Sold

Off Grid Cabin Deep in the Maine…

Brownville, ME
Welcome to 609 Smith Road in Brownville, Maine - an off-grid retreat nestled amidst 41 acres of heavily wooded land. If you've ever yearned for a secluded escape in the heart of nature, this may be the property for you. Let's take a closer look at this remote off-grid cabin and its surrounding features that promise an unforgettable north woods experience. LOCATION You couldn't ask for a better spot. Brownville, with a population of 1,100, is a quaint community that offers a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. As a 4-season recreation destination, it caters to outdoor enthusiasts all year round. Situated at the center of Maine geographically, the property is close to nearby towns and cities. Just 8 miles away lies Milo, the nearest service town, ensuring essential amenities are never too far away. For those seeking air travel options, Bangor International Airport is approximately 42 miles away, reachable within an hour's drive. Portland, a bustling city known for its coastal charm, is a mere 2 and a half hours away, making it an accessible destination for city getaways. If you're feeling adventurous, the allure of Quebec City, just over 4 hours away, or Boston at 4 hours and 10 minutes, opens up a world of exploration. CABIN & IMPROVEMENTS The cozy cabin on this property is 24 by 24 feet with an unfinished second floor and a 5X12 screen porch, providing ample space for your remote living needs. Equipped with a wood stove and brick hearth, it ensures year-round comfort despite the wilderness surroundings. Imagine waking up to the sights and sounds of nature every morning while relishing the warmth of your cabin. The cabin exterior is T-111 siding, it has a metal roof, and the foundation is wood posts set on concrete pads. The cabin has rain water collection and an outhouse but a well and septic could be added should you want more modern conveniences. LAND & WATER FATURES With 41 acres of surveyed land, this property offers an abundance of opportunities for nature enthusiasts. The mix of hardwood and softwood timber and soils comprised of stoney complex loams, foster an ecosystem rich in flora and fauna. Elevations ranging from 520 to 570 feet offer diverse terrain for exploration, and a clearing around the cabin adds a touch of openness to the otherwise dense forest. A highlight of this property is the presence of not one but two brooks - Alder Brook, stretching 850 +/- feet, and an additional 300± feet of Abbee Pond outlet. These brooks not only add to the picturesque charm of the land but also serve as water supply sources for the abundant game animals that frequent the area. Moose, deer, fish, and waterfowl flourish around and in these waters. RECREATION & POI Recreation options in the vicinity abound, with ATV and snowmobile trails easily accessible from the property. A quick ride takes you to Wildwoods Restaurant, a trailside eatery known for its evolving menu, wood-fired pizzas, and full bar, perfect for unwinding after an adventurous day. For those craving aquatic adventures, Schoodic Lake is a stone's throw away, accessible from the Lakeview Boat Landing. Here, you can indulge in various water-based activities. Fish for lake trout and salmon, try some boating or sailing all while enjoying the view of the lake and Mt Katahdin. The region is a haven for hunting enthusiasts, with whitetail deer, black bear, moose, and upland birds. The area's proximity to Katahdin Iron Works opens up a world of opportunities, from exploring scenic trails and serene lakes to visiting Gulf Hagas and the famed Appalachian Trail. In conclusion, 609 Smith Road in Brownville, Maine is an opportunity to own an off-grid escape deep in the woods. With its remote location, bountiful wildlife, and access to outdoor adventures, this property offers a chance to immerse yourself in the peacefulness of the north woods. Whether you seek a quiet retreat or an adrenaline-pumping getaway, this property has it all.

Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunting Property Columbia County…

Portage, WI
Hunters delight! Outstanding 150 acres of trophy whitetail deer and duck hunting located in southern Marquette and Columbia County along the Fox River, great high ground, mix of timber, marsh with wild rice, and about a mile of the Fox river bottoms. If you love the outdoors, then this property has everything to offer. Beautiful views, open grass land, heavy timber, lower river bottoms and great marsh area. Easy access from 1-39 to get to your favorite hunting spot, located about an hour and a half from Milwaukee, 2 hrs.' from Chicago and 30 min to Wi. Dells. Close to Portage, Madison, Stevens Point. Close to many lakes, state, and county parks. Marquette/ Columbia County is a great recreational area, call for an appointment today! Terry Dixon United Country 608-607-0750 tdixon@midwestlifestyle

Hunting Land for Sale Wilkinson County MS…

Woodville, MS
Hunting lodge on the Buffalo River for sale in Wilkinson County, MS. Welcome to Little Falls! Little Falls is a world class recreational paradise located in Wilkinson County, MS. The 4000+- sq/ft lodge sits just above 2 large waterfalls on the Buffalo River and Silver Creek. Inside the custom lodge you’ll find 20ft+ ceiling towering over the stone 360 degree fireplace. Imagine sitting by the fireplace and watching wildlife in the fields by the waterfall while you sip your morning coffee. The lodge features 3 bedrooms with 5 baths and a large kitchen designed to entertain family and friends. Outside the lodge you’ll find a 2 acre lake loaded with ducks and fish. Just across the yard is the “man cave”. It’s the ultimate hangout with a full kitchen, pool table, large outdoor grill, fire pit and so much more. As with any large property like this you’ll need plenty of storage for equipment/toys and Little Falls has just that! The 4 equipment barns allow you to keep everything high and dry and have a walk-in skinning shed/cooler. There are also 3 other cabins for additional guests or a caretaker. Having places for friends and family won’t be a problem. Little falls features +/-722 acres of rolling SW MS hills. There are several large ponds ranging from 2 – 5 acres. Located just between Woodville and Centreville the property is only 1 hour from Baton Rouge and is easily accessed from anywhere in South LA. Call today to set up your private showing of this once in a lifetime property!


Henderson, TN
HOME ON 27.5 ACRES IN TN FOR SALE, 3 OR 4 BEDROOM HOME ON ACREAGE IN TN FOR SALE, PRIVATE COUNTRY HOME FOR SALE IN TN WITH UNIQUE SETTING.   BEAUTIFUL HOME ON ACREAGE FOR SALE IN TN, SHOP, 27.5 AC+/-!!! **RARE FIND** A Beautiful Country Home that has the Benefits of a Subdivision and Farm Acreage All in One! Newly Renovated, Gorgeous Kitchen and Master Bath! Just Minutes from Town! Great Schools and Safe Community! This place has a LOT TO OFFER! This Beautiful Home is located on a Cul-de-Sac Lane & the Property Lays Very Well with nearly the Whole Property Level & Usable, Wooded Land, Open Land, Large Board Fenced Area, Road Frontage on 3 Different Roads and one of the Most Unique Settings you will Ever Find! The Home has 3 or 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Quartz Countertops, Solid Wood Cabinets, Tile Flooring, Hardwood Flooring, Separate Den with Fireplace, Great Room Open to the Dining Room, Great Master Suite with Fully Renovated Master Bath that Features Huge Walk-In Shower, Tile Flooring, Soaking Tub, Double Vanities, and a New HVAC Unit Upstairs. The Property also features a Paved Driveway, BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPING with Concrete Walkways, Huge Patio with Wood Stamped Concrete, 3 Porches with one Screen-In, New 26GA 40 Year Metal Roof, Large 36x32 Shop with Unfinished Loft Area, Great Tasting Well Water, STORM SHELTER in the GARAGE, Cypress Board Fencing, Blueberry Bushes, Good Garden Spots, and Good Whitetail Deer & Turkey Hunting. The Land & Location are What Sets this Property apart from just about any other property you will EVER look at. Call ASAP if you are interested, because this is a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to own this Private Country Estate with the Home in a Subdivision and the Majority of the Land adjoining out of Subdivision. For more information or to set up your Private Viewing Give Tony Alcott, II a Call or Text at 731-607-2221, the office at 731-925-7900, or E-mail for more information or to set up your private viewing.

Discover the Hidden Gem of East Tennessee:…

Bean Station, TN
Once upon a time, a hidden gem of nature's bounty existed in the beautiful East Tennessee area, nestled within the charming community of Bean Station. With its rolling hills and scenic landscapes, Grainger County held a 23.65 acre parcel of land that seemed like a canvas waiting to be painted with dreams and possibilities. The land front touched not just one but two paved roads, making access to the property a breeze. It boasted 25 acres of untouched woodland, a sanctuary for wildlife, and a playground for those who sought refuge from bustling city life. This vast expanse of unrestricted land beckoned adventurers, dreamers, and families seeking a place to call home. The property was generously endowed with modern amenities. Electricity and public water connections brought modern comforts to those who sought solace amidst the wilderness. Not to mention the high-speed internet availability, providing a bridge between nature's tranquility and the digital age's interconnectedness. As word spread about this idyllic location, people began to envision their dreams unfolding on this pristine canvas. Campers set up temporary homes beneath the canopy of trees, immersing themselves in the sounds of chirping birds and rustling leaves. The land embraced their fleeting presence, offering peace and serenity. A double wide home was available for those seeking a more permanent residence, providing a cozy abode in the heart of nature. Alternatively, the adventurous souls who desired to design their own house plans had the liberty to bring their unique vision to life. The possibilities were endless, from traditional cabins to modern eco-friendly dwellings. Amidst the tranquility and scenic beauty, the land offered a haven for recreational enthusiasts. Families found joy in hiking through the lush forests, discovering hidden trails, and basking in the wonder of nature's marvels. Hunters, too, found their piece of paradise, as the property allowed them to practice their skills responsibly and respectfully. Beyond the boundaries of the woodland, a short distance away, Cherokee Lake glistened under the Tennessee sun, providing yet another avenue for enjoyment. Fishing enthusiasts eagerly cast their lines into the waters, hoping for a tug that would lead to a triumphant catch. The lake's shores became a hub of picnics, laughter, and cherished memories. The community of Bean Station, with its warm-hearted residents, embraced newcomers and visitors alike, fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie. Neighbors became friends, and friends became family as they shared stories around bonfires and celebrated life's milestones together. One of the most remarkable aspects of the area was its cheap property taxes. This relief from financial burdens allowed residents to invest more in their dreams, whether expanding their homestead, building new structures, or simply enjoying life to the fullest. As the years passed, the East Tennessee area, with its charming town of Bean Station, became a place of enchantment. Its unrestricted woodland offered a canvas for dreams to manifest, and  warm community spirit embraced all who ventured into its embrace. It was a place where the modern world and nature coexist harmoniously, where the crickets' lullabies blended with the internet's hum. And so, the story of this remarkable place continues to unfold as people from all walks of life discover the wonders of the East Tennessee area, turning their dreams into reality amidst the boundless beauty of Grainger County's unrestricted woodland.

Northern Michigan Hunting Property 3,000-Acres Hunting Lodge…

Lachine, MI
Beaver Lake Lodge property consists of 3,000-Acres of Pristine Hunting and Recreation Land with a little over 1-Mile of Lake Frontage on the southern end of Beaver Lake.  This Property has been in the same Family for over 100-Years.  The Lodge itself was built in 1920.  The Lodge and 2-Story Garage/Barn have been Well Maintained over the Years.  The Lodge has Updated Electrical & Plumbing and a new Roof.  The Garage had the Upper Floor area over the lower level Rebuilt recently and a New Roof.  The Lodge is located on the South Shore of Beaver Lake and it's just a very short walk to the water where there’s a nice boat dock with Sandy Lake Frontage great for Swimming and Fishing.  This portion of the Property has over 500-Feet of lake frontage. The Beaver Lake lodge property is in the heart of Northeast Michigan located in the South West part of Alpena County, in Ossineke Township.  Neighboring Counties are Alcona, Oscoda, Presque Isle, and Montmorency.  Many Large tracts of land remain in this area. The Entire West side of this property borders the famed Turtle Lake Club which is encompasses approximately 26,000-Acres and has been Extensively managed for white tailed deer hunting, bear hunting, etc for many years. Beaver lake Club Shares about a 4-Mile stretch of land with the Turtle Lake Club.  Other well-known Hunting Properties include the Edgewood Hunt Club on the northern border, and nearby Doctors Club, the Old Stove Lodge, and the BIB Club. Outstanding Whitetail Deer Hunting on this diverse property with great Bear Hunting, Turkey, Grouse, Woodcock, and Waterfowl.  Beaver Creek has Trout and runs through the property from Beaver Lake.  Beaver Lake lodge is one of the largest continuous properties in Northern Lower Michigan.  All mineral rights are included for the 3,000 acres.  Also included are Mineral Rights for an additional 1,000 acres, as this was originally a 4,000-Acre Property.  Oil and gas revenues from the royalties Offer great income for the owners and will be a Great Source of Income to the New Owners. This property has been managed for Whitetail Deer Hunting and Bear Hunting specifically for many years, with around 50-Food Plots, more than 20-Deer Deer Blind/Stands, a well-groomed Road system throughout the property Allows a standard pick Up Truck to drive nearly the whole Property,  a variety of terrain, With Timber, Trout Stream, Lowland, High Ridges, and Open fields, makes spectacular diverse cover for all types of wildlife.  Most years only about 25-Deer Hunters at the most have been privileged to hunt this Property, so it defiantly has never been over hunted. Beaver Lake is Spring Fed, Very Clear, and one of the deepest lakes in the state with a maximum depth of 77-Feet. Boasting a Nice Variety of Fish Species including Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Perch, Bluegill, and some Northern Pike.  Beaver Lake is also an All Sports Lake so you can enjoy Jet Skis, Water Skiing, Tubing, or Relax on a Pontoon Boat, Canoe or Kayaks.


Arapahoe, NE
This farm was owned and developed for hunting by renown area sportsman and outfitter, Johnny Hemelstrand.  Johnny's family has kept the property just as Johhny did for many years, but with family members relocating out of state they have reluctantly offered the family farm for sale.   The farm is a wildlife mecca for trophy whitetail deer, wild turkey, quail, pheasant and occasional elk.  The property has it all for wildlife with winter protection, food, water development, bedding areas, corridors to neighboring fields, food plots, deer feeders, hunting stands, etc.  The farm has income producing land with 92.15 acres of DCP Cropland of that 84.74 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). The property also has 128.6 acres enrolled in Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) plus 28.4 acres of prime creek bottom farmland leased to a neighbor for 2023.  Remainder of farm is homesite, timbered creek, and grass.  Buyer will receive full possession with no farming or hunting leases carrying over into 2024.  The farm has ultra nice 1 1/2 story remodeled home plus basement with 4 bedrooms (some non-conforming) that will accommodate a large hunting party.  There is an attached garage and a steel detached garage for vehicles and ATV's.  The property has a submersible well with underground water lines to numerous hydrants.  Quick possession is available for 2023 archery & rifle deer seasons.  More details at:

+/- 22 Acre Timber/Hunting Tract in Amite…

Liberty, MS
If you have been searching for a smaller acreage tract with both timber investment and hunting potential, look no further! Conveniently located between McComb and Liberty, MS, this property consists of +/- 21.88 acres of 38 year old plantation pine and mature hardwood timber that is ready for a final harvest that would give you an immediate cash return on your investment. Should you choose to not cut the timber, this tract would make an excellent honey hole as there is already a food plot in place and massive oak trees provide plenty of mast for wildlife to feed on in the fall. This property has over 1400’ of road frontage on Hwy 24W, 960’ of frontage on Old Hwy 24, and 675’ of frontage on Everett Bridge Road. Water and Electricity are readily available at the black top, and there are several areas that could be cleared off for a beautiful home or camp location. Tracts like this in Amite County, MS are difficult to find, so call today to set up a showing on this on this fine timber tract.

Serenity Unleashed: Embrace Nature's Bounty in East…

Bean Station, TN
In the heart of East Tennessee, nestled between the majestic Clinch Mountain and the shimmering Cherokee Lake, lies a 135-acre paradise, a secluded haven that invites you to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. This mountainous woodland retreat, located just outside the city limits of Bean Station, Tennessee, presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a slice of untamed heaven. With a winding creek and a pristine mountain spring flowing through the property, it beckons those seeking a tranquil refuge and a life in harmony with nature. As you traverse the winding roads that lead to this haven, you will be greeted by the charming city of Bean Station. This quaint, close-knit community captures the essence of Southern hospitality and exudes warmth and charm at every turn. With a rich history dating back to the early 19th century, the town offers a glimpse into Tennessee's heritage, with well-preserved buildings, inviting local eateries, and vibrant festivals celebrating its cultural roots. Here, the pace of life slows down, and residents cherish the simple joys of community connections and picturesque landscapes. Grainger County, where Bean Station resides, is a region where time seems to stand still amidst the mesmerizing scenery. The county is renowned for its unspoiled beauty, featuring lush forests, rolling hills, and abundant farmlands. Beyond its captivating natural allure, Grainger County is a gateway to a world of adventure, attracting nature enthusiasts, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Here, every day presents an opportunity to explore hidden trails, fish in crystal-clear streams, and discover the wonders of the Appalachian Mountains. Stepping onto the property, you are greeted by breathtaking panoramic views of the East Tennessee mountains that extend as far as the eye can see. The untouched landscape offers an unparalleled sanctuary for wildlife, providing a natural habitat for deer, turkey, and a myriad of bird species. As you venture through the land, you'll be enchanted by the vibrant tapestry of colors that seasons paint across the hills, a spectacle that takes center stage in this enchanting wonderland.This property is a blank canvas of potential, offering abundant recreational opportunities for the adventurous soul. Whether you're envisioning a private retreat for hunting, a secluded cabin for stargazing, or a family estate for generations to come, the only limit is your imagination. With no restrictions, you can bring your dreams to life and create the perfect sanctuary that caters to your passions and desires. Beyond the property's borders, East Tennessee boasts a captivating allure that draws people from all walks of life. The region is renowned for its mild climate, offering four distinct seasons with pleasant temperatures and picturesque landscapes throughout the year. Here, you can revel in the joy of experiencing spring blossoms, summer adventures on the lake, the vibrant hues of autumn, and the magical transformation of winter wonderlands. East Tennessee's allure extends beyond nature's beauty, embracing a rich cultural heritage and a thriving arts scene. From the historic theaters in Knoxville to the galleries and craft shops that dot the landscape, you'll find endless opportunities to immerse yourself in the region's creative spirit. Moreover, the area's low cost of living, friendly communities, and proximity to major cities like Knoxville and Morristown make it an ideal destination for those seeking to relocate and enjoy a more balanced and fulfilling lifestyle. With its unspoiled charm, abundant wildlife, and breathtaking landscapes, this mountainous woodland property on the south side of Clinch Mountain offers a rare chance to embrace the tranquility of East Tennessee. Embrace the adventure, embrace nature's bounty, and embrace this unique property's possibilities. Step into the embrace of serenity, and start a new chapter of life in one of the most captivating corners of the Volunteer State.

Serene Haven in East Tennessee: Embrace Nature's…

Bean Station, TN
Once upon a time, in the heart of East Tennessee, nestled on the south side of Clinch Mountain, a hidden gem existed—an enchanting 125-acre woodland sanctuary bathed in the golden embrace of the Tennessee sun. This picturesque haven, located just outside of Bean Station, was a realm of possibilities, beckoning adventurers, dreamers, and nature enthusiasts to embark on an extraordinary journey. As the sun rose over the majestic Clinch Mountain, it painted the sky with hues of amber and rose, casting a warm glow over the wooded acres below. The fragrance of pine and wildflowers filled the air, welcoming those seeking respite from city life's hustle and bustle. Every morning, the sounds of birdsong serenaded the land, harmonizing with the bubbling notes of a pure mountain spring. As the day progressed, the captivating beauty of the East Tennessee mountain views unfurled before your eyes. Stand atop the gentle slopes, and a breathtaking panorama awaited, with rolling hills stretching as far as the eye could see. This tranquil place was a canvas for majestic sunrises and sunsets and a cherished spot to witness the ever-changing tapestry of seasons. Beyond the verdant meadows and woodland stood the pristine shores of Cherokee Lake, inviting all to indulge in aquatic adventures, fishing, and water sports. Here, one could savor the perfect balance between the allure of nature's bounty and the embrace of modern amenities. Wander further, and you'd discover an oasis of freedom and opportunity. The unrestricted and wild land was a playground for the adventurous soul. A paradise for hunters and recreational enthusiasts, this property offered a chance to reconnect with the untamed beauty of nature. The time seems to bend around this East Tennessee retreat. The rhythmic flow of the nearby rivers, the whispers of the mountain breeze, and the secrets whispered by the ancient trees reminded visitors of the rich heritage this land bore witness to. The most alluring feature of this haven was its unparalleled convenience. Within an hour's easy commute lay Sevierville and Knoxville, vibrant cities that offered cultural experiences, entertainment, and modern amenities while keeping the tranquility of rural living within reach. The property also shared borders with the picturesque states of Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina, expanding horizons and offering diverse landscapes within a stone's throw. And as the tale of this idyllic land unfolded, the prospect of endless possibilities became more apparent. For those with grand visions, the 125 wooded acres offered opportunities for subdividing, creating a canvas for multiple homes and ventures. A haven for developers and visionaries alike, where dreams could take flight. Yet, this enchanting story reached its climax when one stood at the pinnacle of the mountain, gazing out at the vast expanse of East Tennessee below. For those who sought a more intimate bond with nature, the land whispered of the chance to build your dream home—a mountain house that would reflect your heart's deepest desires. In this corner of East Tennessee, a fairy tale came alive—a story of seclusion and serenity, adventure and opportunity, and harmonious coexistence with the natural world. And as the pages turned, this 125-acre woodland sanctuary welcomed new characters—people who would become custodians of its beauty, guardians of its history, and weavers of its future. So, dear adventurer, whether you seek a place to escape, a land to explore, or a canvas to create, come step into this magical tale, for the 125 wooded acres outside of Bean Station await you—a dream realized in the embrace of the East Tennessee mountains.

Escape to the Tranquil Beauty of East…

Bean Station, TN
Discover a hidden gem nestled on the south side of the picturesque Clinch Mountain in Grainger County, Tennessee. Just outside the charming city limits of Bean Station and close to the pristine waters of Cherokee Lake, this 100-acre property offers a slice of paradise for those seeking country-style living, stunning mountain views, and abundant wildlife.   East Tennessee: A Land of Enchanting Natural Beauty East Tennessee is renowned for its enchanting natural beauty, and this property perfectly embodies the region's allure. Surrounded by lush woodlands and awe-inspiring mountain vistas, it provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Whether you desire a peaceful retreat or an adventurous haven, this is a sanctuary that caters to your every whim.   Grainger County: A Warm Welcome to All With its rich history and welcoming community, Grainger County is a place where neighbors become family. Known for its genuine Southern hospitality, you'll find yourself embraced by the warmth of the locals. The county's tranquil charm and close-knit atmosphere create a sense of belonging that is truly heartwarming.   Bean Station: A Quaint Haven Bean Station is a charming city that epitomizes the beauty of rural living. With a small-town feel and proximity to nature's wonders, it strikes the perfect balance between convenience and tranquility. Embrace a lifestyle that allows you to escape the urban grind while enjoying access to essential amenities.   Cherokee Lake: An Oasis for Water Enthusiasts Located nearby, Cherokee Lake beckons water enthusiasts with its crystal-clear waters and boating, fishing, and watersports opportunities. Spend leisurely afternoons picnicking on the shore, casting a fishing line, or gliding across the tranquil waters on a boat. This natural gem enhances the allure of the entire region.   Your Dream Home Awaits Imagine building your dream home on this unrestricted woodland, where you can create a haven that reflects your unique vision and style. Whether you desire a cozy cabin or a sprawling estate, the possibilities are limited only by your imagination. Make memories with your loved ones as you gather around the fireplace or on the porch, basking in the breathtaking mountain views.   Affordable Property Taxes in Tennessee Tennessee is a land of natural beauty and a state with attractive property tax rates. Enjoy the benefits of low property taxes, allowing you to invest in your dream property while saving on financial burdens.   Retiree-Friendly Tennessee East Tennessee is celebrated for being retiree-friendly, with various activities and services tailored to those seeking a peaceful and fulfilling retirement. Embrace a slower pace of life, surrounded by the region's scenic wonders, and engage in a vibrant community supporting active and relaxed lifestyles.   Convenience with Nature While the property offers a serene escape, it remains conveniently close to East Tennessee's many amenities. From charming boutiques and local markets to outdoor recreational opportunities and cultural attractions, you'll find various options to suit your preferences. In conclusion, this 100-acre property in East Tennessee offers an extraordinary opportunity to build your dream home amidst breathtaking mountain views and abundant wildlife. Embrace the warmth of Grainger County and the charm of Bean Station while enjoying the proximity to Cherokee Lake and the conveniences of East Tennessee living. Let this be the chapter where you create cherished memories and embark on a fulfilling life in this idyllic corner of the world.   Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Contact us now to make East Tennessee your new home!

Discover the Hidden Paradise: 115 Acres of…

Bean Station, TN
In the heart of picturesque East Tennessee lies a hidden gem, nestled on the south side of the majestic Clinch Mountain, a place where nature's bounty and tranquility merge seamlessly with the conveniences of modern life. Welcome to Grainger County's Bean Station, a serene escape where dreams are woven amidst the untouched beauty of 115 sprawling acres. As the sun rises over the horizon, casting a golden hue on the lush landscape, the air is filled with the sweet melody of birdsong, welcoming each new day. This unrestricted haven boasts an abundance of wildlife, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers. From the elusive deer that gracefully roam the woods to the lively chorus of chirping crickets at night, this property is alive with the wonders of nature. Among the highlights of this enchanted realm is a pristine mountain spring that meanders through the verdant terrain, quenching the thirst of the local flora and fauna and providing a source of serenity for its fortunate owner. The murmuring waters offer not only an idyllic setting but also an opportunity to cultivate a lush, sustainable garden or create a tranquil oasis to soothe the soul. As you wander deeper into the woods, you'll find yourself captivated by breathtaking East Tennessee mountain views that seem to stretch on forever. From the vantage points of this property, one can witness the ever-changing canvas of colors as the seasons paint the landscape, a sight that would leave even the most seasoned traveler in awe. The proximity of this haven to the thriving cities of Morristown and Knoxville bestows a blend of rural retreat and modern convenience. Whether you crave a day of shopping and dining in the bustling city or prefer to revel in the tranquility of your private mountain abode, you can have the best of both worlds. As the cool evening breeze whispers through the trees, you'll be reminded of the simple joys of life that this property offers. There's a sense of contentment that comes with knowing you have found your own piece of paradise, where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the outside world and find solace in the embrace of Mother Nature. Should you decide to call this place home, you'll have the opportunity to build your dream dwelling atop a hill, where the vistas unfold before you like a captivating story. With ample road frontage, you might even consider sharing this enchanting space with loved ones, creating a community that cherishes the beauty and tranquility of this East Tennessee haven. For those with an insatiable wanderlust, the property offers even more, with additional acreage available for expansion. The canvas is yours to paint, and the possibilities are as boundless as the surrounding wilderness. To reside in Bean Station, Grainger County is to live in harmony with nature, surrounded by the majesty of the East Tennessee mountains. This property is not just land; it is an invitation to a lifestyle where the pace of life slows, and the beauty of the world becomes your constant companion. With its mountain spring, wildlife-rich woods, captivating views, and convenient location, this property is a haven waiting to be embraced by those seeking a life of tranquility and inspiration. It's a place where dreams are nurtured and the soul finds respite from the chaos of the world. So come, walk this land, and let the story of your life intertwine with the beauty of Bean Station, Grainger County, and East Tennessee.
80 Acres Iosco County Michigan Sold

80 Acres Iosco County Michigan

Tawas City, MI
Here is a rare opportunity to purchase land under a seller financed land contract at 6% interest.  Or purchase it conventionally. A home once sat up near the road, but it has since been torn down and the site cleaned up.  There are still two barns, a well and electricity.  One of the barns has electricity to it, it just needs to be reconnected. The parcel is almost all wooded, except for 6 acres of food plots, two ponds and a creek running through it.  There are trails throughout the property for easy access to your treestands.  The food plots are currently in corn and soybeans, the seller will soon be planting rye and turnips. The previous owners had planted thousands of pine trees, some should be cut down to thicken up those areas.  Plenty of other areas on the property are very thick. The property has great hunting access from the north and east side.  The property to the immediate west is all agriculture. The south and east sides are non hunting properties!

For Sale 418 Acres m/l in Mercer…

Princeton, MO
This 418-acre farm has a lot to offer with great income and good deer and turkey hunting. The farm has a good mix of timber and row crop. There are 267.4 acres of row crop that has a cash rent in place thru 2025 for $150.00 per acre which totals $40,110.00 annually. There is some really good creek bottom that runs thru the property. The soils include Zook, Nodaway, Armstrong, and Adair. As you can tell by the aerial photo the farm is laid out for hunting. The bucks can travel the creek between timbers. There are good blocks of timber on the north and south. There is access from the north and east sides. There is an old homeplace and buildings. There is some pasture or hay ground on the hills. This property would hold many hunters. There is a hunting lease in place for $7,715.00 annually that can be voided. The farm lays in Mercer County not far off Hwy. 136. Approx. 20 minutes from I-35 and just minutes away from Princeton MO. Also close to Lake Paho.
Recreational Hunting Acreage With Log Home Sold

Recreational Hunting Acreage With Log Home

Waupaca, WI
Outdoor Enthusiasts Rejoice! This recreational haven awaits at N1710 Catherine Way in Waupaca, WI. This legacy property boasts 138 acres loaded with Deer, Turkey, Duck, and a stocked fishing pond. This premier Waupaca County Hunting Land can be yours. Acres of Hunting Land to explore with numerous ponds and watering holes, fields and pasture as well as private wooded settings. Food Plots consisting of standing corn, oats, and brassicas keep the deer happy and coming back year after year. Extensive trails leading throughout the various tree stands, duck and ground blinds, all of which make help make your hunt successful. In addition, there is a sporting clay shooting area, dike system and a stocked pond with Bass and more. Completing this impressive package is the picturesque Walla Walla Creek Trout stream rolling through the property. The 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, hand-hewn Tennessee Log home is quality craftsmanship around every corner. Entering through the stamped concrete entry and covered porch, the 2 story fieldstone fireplace welcomes you to the open concept living area. The Kitchen comes complete with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The impressive finished 4 season porch off the dining area stretches across the entire backside of the home with South facing views towards the wooded landscape overlooking nature. Additional main floor amenities include laundry, powder room and a bedroom suite. An open lofted office looks over the living room. The primary suite upstairs boasts vaulted ceiling and a spacious en-suite bathroom, complete with walk-in shower, bathtub and walk-in closet. The lower level walk-out has built-in storage with gun cabinets, 2 bedrooms and an additional bathroom with tiled walk-in shower and heated floors.  The concrete patio and firepit is the perfect spot to entertain year-round. Above the 3 car detached garage is an executive bungalow attached to the main home by a walkway connecting to the porch and deck. Inside you will find a cozy 12x19 bedroom and 12x13 bathroom with a custom walk-in tile shower. Guest accommodations complete with a fridge and microwave. Additional storage space includes a 2nd garage with 30x40 dimensions, complete with electric, concrete, a 10x40 overhang and 3 garage doors allowing for drive thru convenience. There’s also a shed to house the toys next to the pond. Turn-key sale possible with furnishings, etc. This is a recreational property you must see to fully experience. Call today to schedule your private tour at 715-258-8800.

Colorado Mountain Log Home Retreat near Telluride…

Placerville, CO
San Miguel
Dallas Divide near Ridgway and Telluride is how you access this Colorado log home for sale This mountain log home for sale provides incredible mountain lifestyle, comfort, seclusion, and privacy. Located between Ridgway and Telluride in southwest Colorado, the home is accessed by Last Dollar Road off of Dallas Divide, which is famous for its stunning views of the San Juan mountains, beautiful meadows of wildflowers, and pristine groves of aspen trees. Situated in an aspen grove at 9,423 feet in elevation, this log home is part of a small neighborhood of mountain cabins, which has a common access point to thousands of acres of National Forest lands. This is truly one of the most scenic locations in the Rocky Mountains, with picturesque views of S9, Hastings Peak, and North Pole Peak. While this home is located in an aspen grove, nearby terrain in comprised of open meadows, aspen groves, and healthy stands of Englemann spruce and Douglas fir. Outstanding quality on this Colorado log home for sale near Telluride Built in 2019, the main home is 2,565 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The quality of construction is very high—it is a true round log home built of thick Douglas fir logs from Montana. The south and west sides of the home have a wide porch for outdoor living. The southern side of the home features a wide bank of picture windows which frame a snow-covered mountain peak rising in the background. The property also includes a 300-square-foot guest cabin that could be used as a home office or studios, plus a 2-car expansive garage. Spacious log home for sale comes with original settler's cabin as a guest cabin The main level has a master bedroom & bathroom, kitchen, dining area, and living room with a wood-burning stove. The upstairs features the second & third bedroom with a jack-and-jill bathroom. The basement features a second living area, office, utility room and laundry area, and a half bathroom. The basement garage can park 2 vehicles, as well as provide additional storage. The utility room holds 1,200 gallons of cistern water from the water well, and domestic hot water is provided by an efficient on-demand system. Wood heated, solar powered off-grid Colorado log home for sale The home is off-grid and completely powered by a solar panel array with a bank of well-maintained batteries. In the event that there are several cloudy days in a row—which doesn’t happen often—there is a backup propane-powered generator to charge the batteries and provide power. Heat is provided by a very efficient wood stove, and firewood is abundant. As well, the home has an efficient furnace with in-floor radiant heat. The home has two 1,000-gallon propane tanks, and over the last winter the occupants used only 500 gallons to heat and power the home. Colorado elk and mule deer hunting in GMU 70 Local hunting opportunities are very good—this area is fantastic elk and mule deer habitat. Colorado Game Management Unit 70, situated in the southwestern territory of Colorado/San Miguel counties, Unit 70 is known as a prime hunting area. This property neighborhood is shares a boundary with National Forest lands directly to the south, with access to thousands of acres of National Forest lands. Whether you’re hunting mule deer or elk, both have a thriving population in Unit 70. Colorado mountain log home for sale has outstanding recreation--snowmobiling, 4-wheeling, hunting, hiking, mountain biking Multiple recreation opportunities are easily accessible from this property, including 4-wheeling, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, backpacking, back-country skiing, snowmobiling, and many, many more options. San Juan Vista Road is a 2.5-mile scenic loop for four-wheeling on and around the property. In the winter, property owners snowmobile to their homes and either sled around the loop or down to County Road 58P to Last Dollar Road. Valerie Siler, Country Home and Log Home Specialist with United Country Colorado Brokers This home is presented by Valerie Siler of United Country Colorado Brokers, an award-winning brokerage representing properties all across Colorado. Valerie and her husband, Brad, own a cabin near this property and are very familiar with the neighborhood. Brad is a contractor who specializes in maintaining and repairing log homes across Colorado. Valerie sells homes, land, country properties, country estates, and mountain properties in Western Colorado.          

For Sale 403 Acres m/l

Hatfield, MO
This 403-acre farm lays in the heart of Big Buck Country only one mile from the Iowa line. It is located northwest of Hatfield MO. You can drive this area and see many deer. There are many nice bucks in this area. The farm offers 325.9 tillable acres that will be open in 2024. The cash rent was $150.00 per acre, or $48,885.00 annually. The balance of the farm is timber and draws. There has been some tiling and terracing. There is some good soil on this farm including Grundy, Lagonda, Pershing, Zook and Shelby loams. You really need to view this farm to see all the deer activity in the area. There are many stand locations and hunts big. The hunting rights are currently leased for $6,500.00 annually. This really is a big buck area and there are many turkeys. Many neighbors practice QDM to improve the quality of bucks.