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30 Acres Hunting Land 45 minutes North of Lafayette
Prime hunting property with frontage on Veazie Road. Less than a mile from Hwy. 10 north of Palmetto in North St. Landry Parish. This 30 +/-acre tract was planted in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) in February 2014, and the hunting will only get better. A shallow water area is planned and will be constructed at the expense of the NRCS next summer. Right across Veazie Road sits 10,000 +/- acres of woodland that is owned by a large timber company. $2,750 per acre. For more information, please contact Kyle Hubbard, Owner/Agent at 337-945-7959 or via email at kyle@louisianaoutdoorproperties.com.rnrnLicensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission, USA.
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129.5 acres near Forest Hill
Located near Forest Hill, La., this 129.5 acre tract is off of Blue Lake Rd. This tract is consists primarily of rolling hills and is mostly cutover timber with a few remaining mature pine and hardwood trees. The volunteer regrowth of pine over the majority of the property is in different stages with some young pines larger than the other as it was logged at different times. Tanners Creek runs through the property and between its eastern bank and the freshest cutover is a roughly 20 acre stand of the largest timber on the property that may be ready to be thinned in a few years. The western side of the property has a good interior road system with some rock and culverts in place where needed. This tract would make an excellent hunting tract, secluded homesite with several potential places to build, or even has nursery possibility with a little work. Utilities are not far from the property. There are two possible access points and the seller will secure one of the two as deeded access for the property. The possibilities are endless with this wonderful piece of property. Asking Price is $2500.00 per acre. Call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622 for more information or to schedule a showing. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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80 acres near Chicot, LA.
An 80 acre pine and mixed hardwood tract (80% pine) creating a wonderful small family type hunting tract. Great deer hunting also with some small game hunting. Also future investment since the pines were recently thinned. All natural growth with young 30-40 foot young rapidly growing pines. This tract is conveniently located just off Hwy. 167 between Chicot and Turkey Creek in northern Evangeline Parish. Easy access and good internal road system. You have your own lock behind a 24/7 locked gate. Priced at $2,500 per acre.rnrnCall Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622 for more information.rnrnLicensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Waterfront Lot on Larto Lake
Located on the shores of beautiful Larto Lake, this waterfront lot is a wonderful setting for a dream home or a weekend getaway. Tract B on the Survey is .34 acres. The fishing in Larto is second to none and there are miles of water that connect you to the Saline-Dewey Wills complex, which also has thousands of acres of hunting opportunities for deer, ducks, and small game. Water and electricity are available and the lot is ready to build on with no clearing required. Alongside the lake there is plenty of room for a dock/boathouse. This lot is roughly a 45 minute drive from Marksville and approximately 30 minutes drive from Jonesville. There are some restrictions in place and a copy of them is available from the listing agent. Asking price is $86,400. For more information or to schedule a showing contact Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Waterfront Lot on Larto Lake
Located on the shores of beautiful Larto Lake, this waterfront lot is a wonderful setting for a dream home or a weekend getaway. Tract C on the Survey is .33 acres. The fishing in Larto is second to none and there are miles of water that connect you to the Saline-Dewey Wills complex, which also has thousands of acres of hunting opportunities for deer, ducks, and small game. Water and electricity are available and the lot is ready to build on with no clearing required. Alongside the lake there is plenty of room for a dock/boathouse. This lot is roughly a 45 minute drive from Marksville and approximately 30 minutes drive from Jonesville. There are some restrictions in place and a copy of them is available from the listing agent. Asking price is $86,400. For more information or to schedule a showing contact Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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120+/- acres in Northern St. Landry Parish
Just south of the Avoyelles-St. Landry Parish line, and almost halfway between Morrow and Big Cane, this tract is in a great deer hunting area and is loaded with thick cover for deer. It is within 45 minutes or less from Lafayette and approximately 20-30 minutes from Opelousas and is a great hunting tract. You could be on your stand not long after leaving work and have the opportunity for mid-week afternoon hunts or anytime you want to hunt. This tract borders some agricultural land as well as other wooded tracts for backup area and a large variety of deer habitat. Northern St. Landry parish is known for good deer population as well as good bucks. For more information or to take a look call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Asking price is $2800.00 per acre. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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80 acres in Southern Avoyelles Parish
This 80 acre tract of hardwood bottomland timber is a great deer hunting property. Some timber was cut several years ago allowing the underbrush and palmettos to thicken and provide great deer cover. It borders a large tract of more timber and also borders a large agricultural field that both provide more habitat and nutrition for the deer herd in the area. This tract is not too far from Goudeau in the southern part of Avoyelles Parish. For more information or to take a look, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Asking price is $2800 per acre. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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95 acres in Southern Avoyelles Parish
Located off of HWY 361, nearly halfway between Evergreen and Goudeau, this bottomland hardwood tract offers great hunting opportunity. It would be a great starter “Honey Hole” for a young family with deer and small game hunting. This area of Avoyelles has a good deer population and good genetics also. Don’t pass up the chance to own your own hunting property. Asking price is $2800.00 per acre. For more information or to take a look call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676. Licensed by the Louisana Real Estate Commission.
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50 +/- Quality Acres in Avoyelles Parish
50+/- Quality acres near Plauchevillernrn Right out of Plaucheville in Avoyelles Parish, this quality 50+/- acre tract on Levi Gremillion Rd. could be an excellent home or camp site with hunting, pasture, or can continue to be farmed. It borders a large mitigation tract and some hardwood timber allowing for some close deer habitat and you can see plenty of deer tracks on the property. Letting some or all of it grow up or enrolling it in a conservation easement would allow for some excellent hunting. This area has those great whitetail genes avoyelles parish is known for. Utilities are close by for convenience. Plaucheville can seen from the property and has 2 convenience stores and a drug store, as well as public and parochial schools It is about an hour or less from Lafayette or Baton Rouge, and about 20 minutes from Marksville. Asking price $7000 per acre. For more info or to take a look call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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41 Acres in Acadia Parish
Beautiful pine and hardwood timber graces this entire 41+/- acre tract. The timber is prime for immediate harvesting. The ridges and bottoms make this an ideal hunting and timber investment tract. Excellent small and large game hunting make this the perfect piece for a family recreational venture. Below is a timber cruise for 2010-2011 in tons. Pine Sawlogs 1,229 tons, Chip and Saw Pine 92 tons Pine Pulpwood 775 tons, Hardwood Pulp 472 tons, Hardwood Sawlogs 620 tons. Asking price is $3200 per acre. Seller says he will obtain legal access for buyer. For more information or a personal contact call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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908 Acres in Avoyelles Parish
When you think of Avoyelles Parish, the first thing that comes to mind is the great hunting it offers, with big bucks and lots of great duck hunting. This property offers both. It may be one of the last opportunities in many years to purchase a large tract of hunting property in Avoyelles Parish as they very rarely ever come up for sale. This is an older, established WRP tract, planted in 1993. Local officials believe it to be the oldest WRP in Avoyelles Parish and the 25th oldest in the state. The stand of planted bottomland hardwood species that cover most of the tract had a 90% survival rate with some of the trees almost 40 feet tall. A possible thinning, is in the near future.rn This tract consists of 908 total acres, 839 acres enrolled in WRP, and the balance in some natural bottomland hardwood habitat, and a 7+/- acre campsite/homesite. The beautiful campsite is on a high ridge with huge oaks, and overlooks a cypress studded natural lake called Lac Bois Sec. Electricity and a water well is in place along with a nice barn/equipment shed on a slab. A limestone road leads from the gated access to the campsite. From the gate you can be in Marksville in 5 minutes to enjoy all the amenities it offers such as shopping, dining, and entertainment. For the golfers, Spring Bayou Country Club is less than 2 miles from the gate. As close as it is to town you will feel like you are a million miles from anywhere when you are on this amazing property.rn Over 100 acres of natural lake and shallow water areas offer great duck hunting along with fishing, frogging, and crawfishing. Two ten foot water control structures are in place for maintaining proper water levels. Small game hunting is available also, as rabbits are plentiful and the squirrell hunting will get better and better as the trees grow. Well established food plots, and a great interior road system offer great deer hunting, which will only get better over time as the young oaks begin to drop acorns. Massive shed horns have been found on the property and it is connected by additional WRP tracts and travel corridors to a large block of land approximately 2 miles away that is intensively managed for trophy whitetails with 160”-180” B&C class bucks taken fairly regularly. The same group has been leasing this property for many years which speaks for itself of the hunting. If all of this is not enough for you there are several other public areas close by that offer great fishing and hunting opportunity. Spring Bayou Management Area offers over 12,000 acres of great fishing and hunting, and the closest boat launch is about 3 miles from the gate. The closest Red River boat launch is about 15 minutes away. Lake Ophelia NWR and Grand Cote NWR are 20-25 minutes away for the bowhunting enthusiast, and for history buffs Marksville State Comemrative Area and Fort Derussy are nearby.rn Very rarely does a recreational property combine easy access, fishing, duck, deer, and small game hunting. This one has it all in one of Louisiana’s most desirable areas….Avoyelles Parish. Don’t let this one slip by. Asking price is $3000 per acre.rnFor more information or to schedule a personal tour of the property, please call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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775 Acres in Acadia Parish
About 10 miles from Eunice, and 2 miles or so south of Redich Rd. (LA HWY 368), is a heavily timbered hunting and investment tract of 775+/- acres. Huge pine and hardwood trees ready for harvest cover this tract. The sellers cut approximately 30-40 acres last year and a current timber cruise is available upon request. This tract has a good deer and small game population, as well as duck hunting along Bayou Des Cannes that goes through the property. The huge cypress trees along the bayou are beautiful and there are two nice campsites along it for camping or for future building. A timber harvest, whether select or clear cut and replant, would give the new owner a quick return on his money. Deeded access is included and the sellers will build a new access road to the property. Asking price is $2800.00 per acre. For more information or to schedule a visit, call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission
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759 Acres in Jeff Davis Parish
This 759+/- acre tract is between Elton and Basile, about 3miles south of U.S. Hwy 190 and is approximately 20 minutes from either Kinder or Eunice. Bayou Nezpique is the eastern border of the property and has plenty of duck hunting opportunity along with the sloughs located in the 200+/- acres of hard wood on the property. This tract is loaded with deer and small game as well as hogs. The hardwood stand is harvestable right now and the remaining 550 or so acres is in a roughly 5 year old pine plantation that will be a great investment for the future. This tract has a good interior road system and some mature pine timber along the streamside management zones that run through the property. This property would be ideal for a high fence operation. It would also be ideal as a timber investment property. Deeded access is included and the sellers have built a new interior access road to allow access to the property from public roads. Come take a look, don't judge this one without a visit to the property. Asking price is $1600.00 per acre. Call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Morrow Deer Thicket
This one is a turn key deal, six custom built deerstands remain on this 210 acre deer thicket that is enrolled in a Wetland Mitigation Program (similar to WRP), and also included is a very comfortable, fully furnished, 2BR, 1BA camp that is a 100 year old restored home with a large screen porch, cooking area, and 2 additional storage facilities on a little over three acres with road frontage on La. Hwy 107 in the Morrow community between Lebeau and Bunkie. A variety of hardwood and fruit trees grace the camp area. The 210 acres of hunting property is about ¼ mile from the camp and there is legal deeded access between the two properties. A good interior road system is in place on the hunting property and it was planted with several varieties of oaks, ash, and other hardwood species and the trees are approx. 16 years old. This property has been in a deer management program for 6 years, with some nice bucks being harvested by the owners, and is in a great area for bucks, being a few miles from Thistlewaite WMA. There is some duck and small game hunting opportunity on the property as well. The property is bordered by several other large tracts of hunting property and supports a good deer population. There is also a 120 acre tract of timberland that borders this property and it is available for $2500 per acre. Asking price for the 210 acres and the camp is $585,000. For more information or to schedule a showing call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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678+/- Acres Hunting/Farmland in Tensas Parish
Located in Tensas Parish, the dream destination for hunting properties in Louisiana, this property includes 477.9 acres of WRP, 153 acres of fertile irrigated farm land that the seller is willing to rent back for $30,000 annually, and the remaining 47+/- acres in drains, bayou, and wooded area. Some really nice deer have been harvested on this tract that has been hunted by the same family for over 10 years. Duck hunting is good in the more than 44 acres of shallow water areas. A 10 “ irrigation well easily irrigates the cropland and could provide water for the shallow water areas during dry duck seasons. A portable diesel power unit that runs the well is also included. This area of Tensas is approximately 10 miles northwest of St. Joseph along La. Hwy 128 and borders the restricted area of Buckhorn WMA. The property includes a comfortable metal building camp with electricity, of approximately 1185 sqft of living area that is centrally heated and cooled and has propane and a waterwell with softener along with a 10'x15' patio/back porch. A 1756 sqft metal shop on a slab and a 3600 sqft open sided equipment shed is also included. You could be hunting the property this season. Come and see it and you will love every acre. Any minerals owned by seller will be conveyed at sale.rnAsking price is $2,100,000.00 for everything. For more information or to schedule a showing call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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One Acre Lot in Cocoville
This beautiful one acre lot is located in the Cocoville community of Avoyelles Parish, roughly halfway between Marksville and Mansura. It's location is convenient to shopping, dining, and the casino and is less than a mile from Wal-Mart. For the sportsman there are thousands of acres of public land for fishing and hunting just a few miles down the road. This lot is ready for your dream home! There are some restrictions and a copy of them and the survey plat is available from the listing agent. Asking price is $25,000.00. For more information or to take a look, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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3 Lots on Pecan Dr. ,Marksville
Located in the Spring Bayou area of Marksville, on Pecan Dr., these three contiguous lots are each approx. 0.21 acres per lot. They are convenient to Marksville and offer a peaceful relaxing atmosphere for a getaway or for a full time residence. Nearby Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area offers over 12,000 acres of hunting and fishing opportunities. Utilities are available and the asking price is $10,000 per lot. For more information or to schedule a showing call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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2 Lots on Larto Lake
These two lake front lots are on beautiful Larto Lake, the undisputed White Perch (Sac a lait) capital of Louisiana. Lot A has 77.39 feet of lake frontage and is priced at $69,651.00 and Lot B has 82.92 feet of lake frontage and is priced at $74,628.00. They can be purchased together for $139,000 for a total of 160.31 feet of lake frontage. The fishing is great and hunting opportunities abound on numerous WMA’s including Dewey Wills which can be accessed by boat or vehicle. Access is easy from all of Louisiana or west central Mississippi.rnThe address is 1383 Hwy 3102 Jonesville, La. For more information call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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208+/-Acres Lebeau Area of North St. Landry Parish
Quit dreaming, make it happen with your very own hunting paradise between Lebeau and Palmetto. The deer are plentiful and the genes are excellent. Small game hunting is also available and if you act fast you can lock it in and hunt this season. Young growth hardwood, thickets, and palmettos offer the perfect deer habitat. It's only a short distance to Thistlewaite WMA. This one has a good interior road system and it is surrounded by large woods. Good access, good roads, and great genes...Don't wait, let's negotiate now. All mineral rights are reserved. Asking price is $3500.00 per acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622.
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3 Waterfront Lots near Marksville
Located on Little River in the Spring Bayou Complex, near Marksville, these 3 adjacent(approximately 1/2 acre each) waterfront lots are minutes away from the conveniences of town and all it has to offer. Shopping, dining, and the Paragon Casino Resort are close by. Spring Bayou WMA is nearby via boat or vehicle with over 12,000 acres of hunting and fishing. Several other WMA's and public land hunting areas are a short drive away. Priced to sell, these lots would make an excellent weekend getaway or even a place to build a home. Asking price is $14,000 per lot. Owner Financing is available. Call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622 for more information or to schedule a showing. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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321 +/- acres in Southern Concordia Parish
REDUCED PRICE!!!How many sportsmen could dream of a property like this one? No one would, because they never dreamed a property like this could exist. Just over half a section (321 acres) loaded with wildlife in Concordia Parish, this property is less than a mile from the mighty Mississippi River. It is surrounded on 2 sides by the Richard K. Yancey WMA (formerly Red River WMA) and the other 2 sides by well managed trophy buck properties. How’s that for starters, but wait, there’s more. This area is known for great deer genetics and has plenty of browse and acorns for a year round food supply. The small game population is good and there are wild hogs in the area for year round hunting and trapping opportunities. Durham Prong goes into the property for duck hunting and fishing possibilities. Electricity is near the property and access to the property is on gravel roads all the way to a ¼ mile of the property. The last ¼ mile has a wide ROW and could be improved to allow year round vehicle access. This property has tons of potential and is not encumbered by any programs or easements. With a little work, such as food plots and feeders, this property can produce trophy deer. Quit dreaming, wake up, this property is real and could be yours. Driving distance to the property off of La Hwy 15 is about 7-8 miles on Yakey Rd. Driving distance from Natchez to the property is approximately 32 miles. From the intersection of La Hwy 15 and La Hwy 1 near Lettsworth it is approximately 42 miles to the property. Asking price has been reduced to $2400.00 an acre and the sellers will reserve the timber rights for a one time cutting which has already been started. For more information or to schedule a showing call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Waterfront Lot on Spring Bayou
REDUCED PRICE!!!Located on Zeno Desselle Rd., right out of the city limits of Marksville, this .88 acre waterfront lot is on some of the highest ground in the Spring Bayou Area. Plenty of shade trees are on this lot. All utilities are right there and available, all it needs is a home on it. There are no close neighbors and the lot has no restrictions as to what type of home or mobile home you can place on the property. Spring Bayou WMA is a short boat or vehicle ride away with thousands of acres of hunting and fishing oppurtunities. Marksville is minutes away with all it has to offer such as shopping, dining, and the Paragon Casino Resort. You can enjoy life on the bayou and all it has to offer. A survey plat is available upon request. Call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622 to arrange a showing or for any questions you may have. Asking price has been reduced to $15,000. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Avoyelles Parish Waterfront Lot on Red River
REDUCED PRICE!!!This lovely lot of .54 acres is located high above the Red River in Avoyelles Parish near the Fifth Ward community. The lot is very high in elevation and has a commanding view of the river. Peace and quiet abound here and relaxation should be no problem. Electricity is in place for your convenience so all you need to do is to plan your dream getaway. Marksville is about 20 minutes away for all your shopping and entertainment needs. This lot is nice enough to build your home on if you like being secluded or is a perfect vacation or weekend getaway. Some restrictions apply. Asking price has been reduced to $30,000. For more information or to schedule a showing please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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4 Lots in Spring Bayou Estates
REDUCED PRICE!!!!Minutes from Marksville, these four lots in Spring Bayou Estates Subdivision would make a great investment or could be a weekend getaway. Two of the lots are on River Lane and are adjacent to each other and the other two lots are also adjacent to each other and are on an interior road of the subdivision. Each lot is approximately .20 acres. The Spring Bayou area is known for its hunting and fishing opportunities. Marksville is close with shopping, dining, and entertainment for your convenience. Asking price has been reduced to $20,000 for all four lots. For more information or to schedule a showing call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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600+/- acres in Concordia Parish
This up and coming 600+/- acre tract is a paradise in the making. As the young planted native species trees grow, the deer and duck hunting just gets better and better. The 600+/- acre tract consists of 474.3 acres of planted trees, 66.7 acres of 4 different shallow water areas(SWA), one of which is 50.5 acres, and 26 acres of 6 different food plots of 4-5 acres each. There is also a nice cypress brake on the property with mature trees surrounding it. The remaining acreage consists of rougly 6.5 acres in CRP buffer strip along the northern property line and up to the centerline of Willingham and Brewer Bayou's on the western boundary. It also includes a 1-2 acre campsite that is right next to electricity and rural water lines. Legal, recorded access is off of La. Hwy 129(apporoximately 1/4 mile). This tract is roughly halfway between Monterey and Acme, less than a 1/2 mile from the Black River, right across the Larto/Honey Brake area and less than 10 miles from Richard K. Yancey WMA(Red River WMA).rn This is Concordia Parish so we don't have to remind you about deer genetics with big antlers and big bodies. It's location between the Black River and the Mississippi, and its proximity to Angelina Plantation and the Larto/Honey Brake area make it a natural for duck hunting. The property has a good combination of both deer and duck hunting in an area of the state that is well known for both. Asking price is only $1,750 per acre. Owner financing may be available. A portion of the minerals may be negotiated. For a personal visit please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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CAMP/HOUSE NEAR LARTO, LA.
Located at 1380 Moody Rd., near the Larto Community in Catahoula Parish, this 3BR, 2.5BA house is ideal for a family looking for quiet country living or sportsmen looking for a camp to stay at while they are hunting and fishing at one of the local hunting clubs or the thousands of acres of public lands and lakes just minutes away. The house has a total of 4,725 sq. ft. under roof, 1,905 sq. ft. of heated living space, a 1,395 sq. ft. carport, and 1,425 sq. ft. of front, back, and side porches. Inside there are 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a laundry/storage room with half bath, office, and open kitchen, living, dining area that has been tastefully remodeled with cypress lumber along the walls and ceramic tile under foot throughout the whole house. One or more bedrooms could easily be added by changing layout inside the house. There is also a fireplace that has a large metal reflector plate built in to help reflect heat back into the living area. The exterior of the house needs a little TLC but overall the house is in great shape.rn Outside there is a small pond that could be enlarged if so desired, a chicken coop for those love fresh eggs every morning, and a 2,520 sq. ft. shed with an additional 400 sq. ft of enclosed storage. The owner claims the chicken coop is about as varmint proof as you can get! Deer are frequent visitors to the yard and their tracks aren't hard to find. The house sits on 4.59 surveyed acres and the property corners are well marked.rn Jonesville is approximately 25 minutes away and has shopping and dining available. Natchez, MS is about 50 minutes and Marksville or Pineville are roughly 45 minutes away each. The closest landing on Larto Lake is about 3 miles away and gives you access to the many lakes and bayou's of the Saline/Larto complex and all the public hunting land in Dewey Wills WMA. You can also drive less than ten miles and access the WMA by vehicle also. There are several hunting clubs in the area and a couple of larger hunting operations such as Honey Brake Lodge and Black River Point. This area is truly a Sportsman's Paradise and there are plenty of hunting and fishing opportunities available here. Asking price is $100,000. To set up an appointment to take a look or for any questions you may have, call Troy Thompson @ 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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19.56 acres near Dupont
This wonderful property is located a few miles south of Dupont on Hwy 107 in Avoyelles Parishrnnot far from the St. Landry Parish line. This property has a lot of potential as a homesite with some hunting acreage,pasture, farmland, or just hunting. This property is adjacent to and touches a large tract of timberland for backup deer habitat. It is less than an hour from Lafayette, even closer to Opelousas, and about 25 minutes to Marksville. There are no restrictions or easements in place and the property may even possibly qualify for some conservation easements. Asking price is $7000 per acre. For more information or to take a look call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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41 Acres in the Heart of Avoyelles Parish
Located in the Long Bridge community, in the heart of Avoyelles Parish, awaits this beautiful getaway of 41 +/- acres. This tract consists of approximately 33 acres of open ground that is currently being farmed and about 8 acres of wooded land which includes a one acre strip that touches Boutte De Bayou and includes a duck blind on the bayou. Duck and squirrel hunting is available on the bayou and the wooded area. There is also a fair amount of deer sign and a few deer have been killed off of the property and the open ground would be a good candidate for CRP or WRP which would increase the deer hunting opportunity. Electric lines are right next door to the property. This tract would also make an excellent secluded homesite/getaway, a small farm, pasture as it is already fenced or can continue being farmed. The current farming income ranges between $2000 to $3000 per year depending on the crop planted and the current prices. The property is secluded but convenient to schools, churches, shopping, and dining. Imagine making a quick duck hunt in the morning before you go in to the office, or an evening deer hunt right out your back door. Legal deeded access is included. Asking price is $3500 an acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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41 Acres in the Heart of Avoyelles Parish
Located in the Long Bridge community, in the heart of Avoyelles Parish, awaits this beautiful getaway of 41 +/- acres. This tract consists of approximately 33 acres of open ground that is currently being farmed and about 8 acres of wooded land which includes a one acre strip that touches Boutte De Bayou and includes a duck blind on the bayou. Duck and squirrel hunting is available on the bayou and the wooded area. There is also a fair amount of deer sign and a few deer have been killed off of the property and the open ground would be a good candidate for CRP or WRP which would increase the deer hunting opportunity. Electric lines are right next door to the property. This tract would also make an excellent secluded homesite/getaway, a small farm, pasture as it is already fenced or can continue being farmed. The current farming income ranges between $2000 to $3000 per year depending on the crop planted and the current prices. The property is secluded but convenient to schools, churches, shopping, and dining. Imagine making a quick duck hunt in the morning before you go in to the office, or an evening deer hunt right out your back door. Legal deeded access to the property is included. Asking price is $3500 an acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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41 Acres in the Heart of Avoyelles Parish
Located in the Long Bridge community, in the heart of Avoyelles Parish, awaits this beautiful getaway of 41 +/- acres. This tract consists of approximately 33 acres of open ground that is currently being farmed and about 8 acres of wooded land which includes a one acre strip that touches Boutte De Bayou and includes a duck blind on the bayou. Duck and squirrel hunting is available on the bayou and the wooded area. There is also a fair amount of deer sign and a few deer have been killed off of the property and the open ground would be a good candidate for CRP or WRP which would increase the deer hunting opportunity. Electric lines are right next door to the property. This tract would also make an excellent secluded homesite/getaway, a small farm, pasture as it is already fenced or can continue being farmed. The current farming income ranges between $2000 to $3000 per year depending on the crop planted and the current prices. The property is secluded but convenient to schools, churches, shopping, and dining. Imagine making a quick duck hunt in the morning before you go in to the office, or an evening deer hunt right out your back door. Legal deeded access to the property is included. Asking price is $3500 an acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, please call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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Bayou La Nana Paradise
REDUCED PRICE!!!!About 8 miles west of the town of Many, on Shuteye Rd., is a 280+/- acre paradise with tons of great hunting and fishing opportunity. Deer and turkey are abundant as well as small game and hogs. Roughly 50+/- acres are in 7-8 year old planted pines while the rest of the property was logged within the last two years, which has made it a haven for deer and other game animals. There is a large highline/pipeline right of way which traverses the property and numerous interior roads that allow plenty of sites for deer stands. Sabine Wildlife Management Area touches the property on three sides and offers another 7500 acres of hunting. Bayou La Nana borders the south side of the property and there is a place you can put a boat in and cruise your way to Toledo Bend Reservoir roughly a mile and a half away. You could make a morning deer hunt and spend the afternoon chasing bass or sac-a-lait or vice-versa. There are also two spring fed ponds on the property, one of about five and a half acres and the other one is about an acre and a half which allow for more fishing and recreational enjoyment.rn There are several potential home/camp sites, and also included is the old family homestead farmhouse which the sellers are not assigning any value to, but, may have good enough “Bones” to have some potential use or could be a source of some rustic building material. Electricity and phone service is available. There are also several old barns on the property that still have some life in them and with a little TLC could be usable for storing equipment, hay, lumber or whatever else you can think of. rn As if the recreational potential of this property wasn't enough, it was historically a cattle ranch, and could easily be returned to that state with a little work. Most of the bigger timber was removed when it was last logged with the exception of several creek bottoms that run through the property and a few other areas that would provide some shade and shelter for the cattle. The boundary lines are pretty well defined and there is some existing fencing in places. The two ponds on the property were originally established for the cattle and along with barns allow for good potential pasture use. The property has good timber potential with the established pine plantation area in place and the ability to put the rest of the property into pine plantation also.rn On top of all of this the sellers are including all the mineral rights to the 280+/- acres they own and the mineral rights to 143.9 acres that the sellers were able to reserve in perpetuity when they were forced to sell this portion of their property to the Sabine River Authority for the construction of Toledo Bend Reservoir. The property is located in the deep Haynesville Shale play and has both oil and gas potential. The property was in the old Pendleton-Many oil field developed in the 60's and was leased to Shell before modern drilling and fracking technologies existed. Geologists believe the reservoir rock is located in the Saratoga Chalk at a depth of approx. 2800' and that this zone has great potential. 20.49 acres of the above mentioned 143.9 acres is considered leaseback property that the owner of the 280+/- acres retains exclusive of.rn This property is one of those rare types that has recreational, timber, ranching, and mineral development potential along with great secluded homesite with acreage or retreat potential. These properties don't come along often. Don't let this one slip by. Asking price has been reduced to $775,000. For more information or to schedule a showing call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622.rnLicensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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86 Acre Acadia Parish Gem
Behind an electronic gate, at 2800 Redich Rd., Eunice, La. (La HWY 368), is a custom built home nestled away on 86 beautiful, secluded, pine plantation acres. Also included is a guest house, a metal shed/shop on a concrete slab with a camper hookup, a custom built barn with 5 stalls and an air conditioned office/apartment with a full bath, lighted round pen and arena, and fenced pastures. Hunters will be pleased to know that the neighboring property on the west boundary is a highly managed trophy deer property. It’s a move in ready, turn key property for horse lovers. The wooded trails are wide for horseback riding, 4 wheeler riding, or foodplots for the hunters. A thinning can be done on the pines now which would provide some immediate income. A professionally built limestone road leads to the improvements. A well maintained pond is just across the drive from the main house or lodge. A flower garden, screened porch, 2 firepits, outdoor patio, and breath taking view of the forest and pastures from the upstairs open deck is also included. All utilities are underground and the property has city water. The house has a reverse osmosis water treatment system in place. The 2BR, 1.5BA custom home was built in 2006 and has 2890+/- sft. (incl. porches and carport), Hardy Plank siding, metal roof, high ceilings throughout with exposed beams, French doors, Anderson windows, large master suite with wall of windows, walk-in closet, soaking tub and oversized shower, operable storm shutters for doors and windows, large fireplace, solid wood beams in open concept living area, central HVAC, energy star appliances, including stove cooktop, dishwasher, oven and microwave, wine cooler, refrigerator, under counter lighting and 100+ year old pine floors upstairs in the loft. The guesthouse features a kitchen, living room, bathroom, laundry area, stove, and refrigerator.rn This one of a kind property was very tastefully planned and is a peaceful, relaxing retreat only 8 miles from Eunice and just an hour from Lafayette or Lake Charles. Asking price is $749,000. For more information or to schedule a visit call Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092, Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676, or Katie Foreman Chadrick at 337-410-1065 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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334 S. Main St., Marksville, La.
A beautiful beveled glass front door with sidelites and transom, welcomes you into this beautiful arts and crafts style home located on a corner lot at 334 S. Main St. in the heart of Marksville, La. The house consists of 2600 htd sqft, with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. A large foyer is located right behind the front door that turns into a long hallway that runs the length of the house. The bedrooms and bathrooms are on the left side of the house and the living room, dining room, kitchen, and laundry room are on the right. 12 ft ceilings throughout the house bring you back to a simpler time. Some of the interior doorways also have transoms over them. The house could use some updating but is in good shape overall and is also a good candidate for restoration to its original state. The large rooms and open layout also have good potential for office space, such as attorneys offices or similar businesses. A garage behind the house cosists of 818 sq ft under roof with a open carport, a three sided parking area, and an enclosed storage area. A concrete parking area along the side street is a another plus for office use or additional visitors to your home. On the side of the house is a 1200 sq ft metal building that is set up for RV storage with high ceilings and large double doors, but can be used for any type of storage. All of this is situated on approximately 0.96+/- acres. Asking price for everything is $185,000.00. For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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357 Acres Near West Monroe
UNDER CONTRACT!!!!About 5 minutes or so from West Monroe, this excellent hunting tract is convenient to town, but it feels like you are a hundred miles from anywhere when you are on it. The property is all wooded and is about 80% hardwood timber and about 20% pine. A little over half of the hardwoods has been thinned to allow for better hunting and timber growth, and the remaining portion is also ready to be thinned. Besides hunting this tract would make an excellent longer term hardwood investment tract. This tract has great access from West Monroe as it is located where Hwy 143 and Old Wall Lake Rd. meet. A good gravel road allows access along the north side of the tract and a built up campsite is available with electricity and sewer in place. All you have to do is pull up with your camper or trailer and hookup! The property has excellent deer hunting and is part of a group of properties of roughly 4000 acres or so that have been shooting 8pt or better for over 5 years. There are 5 food plots in place and 2 elevated strands that will stay with the property. There are a couple of sloughs that run through the property and a shallow water impoundment with a control structure in place. Along with the close proximity of the Ouachita River allow for good duck hunting when the ducks are down. There is plenty of squirrel and other small game hunting opportunity as well. This would be an excellent family hunting tract that also will provide some income later on. West Monroe is about 5 minutes away with all the conveniences such as shopping or dining available. Asking price is $1975 per acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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5 lots on Pecan Dr. , Marksville
Located in the Spring Bayou area of Marksville, these five contiguous lots are approx. 0.21 acres per lot. They are convenient to Marksville and offer a peaceful and relaxing getaway or a full time residence. Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area is close by and offers over 12,000 acres of hunting and fishing opportunity. Utilities are available. Asking price is $7500 per lot. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.
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