Land for Sale in Louisiana
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In terms of size, Louisiana is the country's 31st-largest state, covering an area of 51,843 square miles (33 million acres). Of its total landmass, 43,204 square miles (83 percent) of the state is land, while the remaining 9,174 square miles is made up of water. Louisiana bills itself a year-round "Sportsman's Paradise" for its diverse array of outdoor-recreation opportunities that include deep-sea fishing, hunting, biking and hiking. The state's coastal wetlands attract numerous migratory bird species, while the inland swamps and hardwoods are home to alligators, deer, wild turkey, woodcock, snakes and bears. Lands of America research shows that 91 percent of land in the Pelican State is privately owned. Louisiana's current price-per-acre average places it 10th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $300 million of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 104,215 acres. Hunting Land was the most common type of land for sale in Louisiana. Of the 64 counties in the state, Avoyelles Parish had the most land for sale.
The Tyler Road Tract is 68 acres plus manufactured home and equipment in Logansport, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana.
The property has beautiful rolling hills with large hardwood trees remaining after a clear cut eight years ago. Many deer roam the tract making this a great hunting location. There is also a small pond located on the property.
A large 1997 model Southern Leisure manufactured home remains on the property. The 4 bedroom/3 bath home has two living areas, fireplace and screened porch.
In addition, the following equipment is included with the sale: 2103 Mahindra Tractor (Model 3016SHU), Loader, 5' bush hog cutter, post-hole digger attachment, and 1994 black Toyota farm truck.
The land, home, and equipment are all sold together as a
5.57 ACRES-HISTORIC CRAWFORD-WILLIAMS HOUSE
PENDING SALE: Crawford-Williams House built in 1848. In process of being refurbished.New kitchen, guest bathroom, utility room, walk-in pantry, office and large master bath have been added. New foootings. New electricity installed w 80 can lights (80% comp). New plumbing (90% comp) New roof, new patio, new back porch, New bead board ceiling on all porches. All 13 colums repaired & painted. New gas insert fp. New SS appliances on site.
Contact: Anita Bogle, 318-218-4496
This 60-acre DeSoto Parish tract, just off of Hwy 191 near Mansfield, LA, would make a great recreational/hunting tract. There is a mature, natural stand of pine and hardwoods throughout. Future easement is possible and could be negotiated with an acceptable offer.
For additional information or a site visit, contact Brett Kerley at 318.423.2550 or [Email listed above].
The Bobwhite Tract near Stanley, Louisiana has approximately 1450 feet of road frontage on Hwy 191 and approximately 400 feet along Pierce road making it very easy to access. It has a natural stand of timber and abundant wildlife for hunting. Great getaway for recreation or potential future investment.
For additional information, contact Brett Kerley at 318.423.2550 or [Email listed above].
JJ KeethMossy Oak Properties
$150,0001.66 acres0 Highway 84, Logansport, LA71049 - De Soto Parish
The 40-acre Grand Cane Bayou Tract near Stanley, Louisiana would make a great hunting and/or timber investment property. The tract is loaded with deer, turkey, hog and other small game, and is covered with mature hardwood and pine.
For a tour or additional information, contact Brett Kerley at 318.423.2550 or [Email listed above].
This beautiful DeSoto Parish recreational tract, located in Mansfield, LA, is 13.5 acres of excellent hunting land. The property has abundant wildlife including deer, hog, turkey, waterfowl and other small game. The Castor Bayou offers great opportunities for the fisherman, as well.
A bayou waterfront area would make a great location for a camp house. There is mature hardwood and pine throughout the tract.
For more information, contact Brett Kerley at 318.423.2550 or [Email listed above].
This beautiful DeSoto Parish recreational tract, located in Pelican, LA, is +/- 10 acres of pristine hunting land surrounded by timberland properties.
The property has an abundance of wildlife including deer, waterfowl, hog and other small game. Located off of an oil and gas road, the new owner won't have to worry about development in the area. All you need to do is add a camp, and you'll have your weekend getaway!
For a tour, contact Brett Kerley at 318.423.2550 or [Email listed above].
Beautiful countryside estate, great floor plan for entertaining, outdoor patio overlooks the acreage and perfect morning coffee and entertaining, large 30x50 workshop with old time general store facade, 2-story playhouse, garden area and lots of extras. New home luxuries including an oversized 2.5 car garage. 3558sf total under roof. Plenty of room to add a pool! Cyber Week Special: 1-Year Home Warranty & $2500 Toward Buyer Closing Costs.
$187,5005.79 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 3116 sqft7948 HIGHWAY 171, Grand Cane, LA71032 - De Soto Parish