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$1,564,656 845.76 acres
2301 LA HWY 127, Sikes, LA 71473 - Winn Parish

845.76 acres Sikes, LA

A total of 845.76 acres, this tract consists of approximately 242 acres of pine plantation with 578 of hardwood bottomland. The interior of the tract is a maze of shallow sloughs and hardwood ridges running along Flat River. This is an excellent hunting tract with timber as an investment. If you are looking for a tract to high fence, this is it. The upland areas are appropriate for several campsites. Access to this tract is across timber company property. The Hickory Tract is listed at $1,564,656. Contact Paul Ferrell at 318.792.1893 for more information or a tour of this property.
Paul Ferrell
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$412,500 220 acres
Sikes, LA 71473 - Winn Parish

220 acres Sikes, LA

PRICE REDUCTION!! ALL MINERALS CONVEY TO BUYER!! This 220-acre outdoorsman?s dream hunting property is located in the NE corner of Winn Parish, LA, approximately 20 minutes north of Sikes and 1.5 hours NE of Alexandria, with good access via a gravel road on the north boundary. Caney Creek is the west and southern boundary of property with over a mile of creek frontage. With mostly bottomland hardwoods and over 30 acres of recently thinned thirteen-year-old-pine, the deer habitat is sure to improve. The remaining acres have also been thinned with a good stand of oak and other mast trees. Deer, turkey, hog, duck, squirrel and rabbit are abundant on this tract that has had little hunting pressure in the past three years. With over 50 acres
Steve Oertling Mossy Oak Properties of Louisiana
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$100,000 40 acres
Sikes, LA 71473 - Winn Parish

40 ac Hunting & Timber with Home Site Potential - PRICE REDUCED

40 +/ acre timberland tract in Winn Parish, LA. This is a great property for someone looking for a small recreational tract, a timber investment or a rural home site. The property has approximately 660 feet of frontage on Hwy 127. There is a 12 x 24 portable building in place that has been used as a camp and will remain. Electricity is already run to it. Public water and gas are available but not installed. There are two box stands that remain. The timber stand will provide excellent future income. It consists of a good stand of mixed pine and hardwood timber. The timber stand is approximately 25 years old. There is a pipeline that runs through the tract providing a good place to hunt deer and turkey. Minerals: Negotiable
Pat Porter, Broker RecLand Realty, LLC