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Located in southeast Caldwell Parish, on the Ouachita River, this 211.1 acre tract is easily accessed via La. Hwy 559 and is about 13 miles from Columbia, La. and about 6 miles north of the Duty Ferry crossing on the Ouachita River. Bordered by the river, there are several potential waterfront camp/home sites with great views of the river and there is also about a 30+/- acre section of hardwoods along the area between the river and Hwy 559. Across the road there is approximately 50+/- acres of irrigated farmland, setup for row fall irrigation with a well and underground pipe to the risers. Great dove hunting potential here with a few rows of sunflowers and the river that close! Behind the farmland, the remainder of the acreage is bottom land hardwood forest that has had some thinning done but still has plenty of merchantable timber and the thinning will help both the timber and the hunting. There is a small duck hole in the woods that could possibly be enlarged and the well would insure water for duck season. Another bonus associated with this property is that it borders Boeuf WMA which is over 50,000 acres of backup and additional hunting property that is well known for its deer and duck hunting. Numerous oxbow lakes and the river provide plenty of fishing and recreational opportunity in the off season. The property is not currently in any programs or conservation easements but may possibly qualify for some of them. This property may just have it all: water frontage, income producing farmland, woods, and it borders a huge backup area! Final acreage and boundary lines will be determined by a survey to be paid for by the seller. All acreages and boundaries on maps and description are approximate. Asking price is $2950 an acre. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
Located on La. Hwy 114 in the Belledeau Community of Avoyelles Parish, this 22.7 Acre tract would make an excellent small hunting property and has room for a camp or home. The property consists of some older catfish ponds that have grown up nicely and a strip of hardwood timber along the south side of the property. There are several open areas in the old ponds and the property is bordered by Bayou Du Lac and is nearby to large rice fields, so if there are ducks in the area you should be able to kill a few on this property. The levees and higher parts of the ponds offer deer and squirrel hunting along with the strip of hardwoods and there are several deer stands that will stay with the property. Up on the front of the property there is an older shed that may be used for storage or torn down to make room for a camp or home. Utilites are available along the highway. Conveniently located about 15 mins from Marksville and 20 mins to Alexandria and there is a convenience store and Dollar General 5 mins down the road. Asking price is $3600 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 and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
Located in the northern half of St. Landry Parish, next to the Lebeau Community, this 304+/- acre tract has been aggressively managed for the last 5 years and is now producing some high quality bucks in both antler and body size. One of the best things about this property is it's convenient location. About 30 minutes from Lafayette and about an hour from Baton Rouge, makes it easy to slip in for those mid week afternoon hunts and you don't have to spend several hours on the road when you want to go spend the weekend at your camp. Thistlewaite WMA is not far away as the crow flies and has long been known for its superior genetics. Most of the neighbors are managing their properties and the sellers have been killing deer in the 140â - 160â range and have seen several potentially bigger deer on the property. The property consists of 200+/- acres of 20+/- year old WRP and 100+/- acres of natural hardwood. Good interior roads are located throughout the property and lead to very nice executive box stands and some supplemental feeders that stay on the place. The stands are located on several food plots and along a high line that goes through part of the property. A nice shallow water area with a water control structure is in place for duck hunting, and the property also offers squirrel and other small game hunting. A like new 16' x 80' covered mobile home with huge patio and covered areas makes for a nice comfortable camp and is right next to a stocked pond. This property has a lot to offer with the great hunting and the camp and other improvements, but the convenience of its location makes this one hard to pass up! Asking price is $3950 an 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. Licensed by the Louisiana and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
Located on the Red River, in the Brouillette Community of Avoyelles Parish, about 10 miles from Marksville, this 2.41 acre lot would make a great home or campsite. High above the river and higher than the levee on a portion of the lot, you won't flood on this property. There are two existing concrete slabs, one 35' x 20' and another 36.75' x 26.75' that you could build directly on or park your campers on also. There is a treatment plant in place along with a deck overlooking the river and a covered fireplace that can be used to roast a pig. There is a public concrete boat ramp less than 5 miles upriver from the property to launch your boat. For the hunter, Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge is about 10 minute down the road and Avoyelles Parish has several other public hunting and fishing areas within easy driving distance from the property. Priced below appraisal this one won't last long. Selling price is $65,000. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
This amazing property of 76.39+/- acres and beautiful country home, is located right outside of the city limits of Pollock, La. at 165 James Ryder Rd. Only 5 minutes off of US Hwy 165, Alexandria/Pineville is only a 20 minute drive and Monroe is less than an hour and a half away. Convenient, yet somewhat secluded, you can watch or hunt deer from your back porch! The ?Back Forty? consists of mixed pine and hardwood timber with a thick under story that makes for great hunting. Dyson Creek runs through and along the north border and the property borders US National Forest property on the west for additional hunting opportunity. As you come back south towards the house there are 15+/- acres of mostly planted pines that have recently been thinned along with a small pond. There are several food plots and box stands already established and in place and along with great deer hunting, turkey and squirrel hunting should be good too. Also in place are approx. 3 acres of Christmas trees that the current owner operates as a Christmas tree farm during the holiday season. Great income potential here if the new owner wants to continue and plenty of room for more trees if they want to get into that business. The remaining 18 or so acres is open and would be great for horse or other livestock pasture as there is another pond already established or could be planted in pines or more Christmas trees for income. There is also another home site with all utility hookups and septic system in place that has a separate entrance driveway and would be a great site for a guest house or mother in law quarters. A 3 year old large 50' x 35' metal shop with 15' lean to and 2 large roll up doors on a concrete slab with a half bathroom and kitchen has plenty of storage for your boats and bikes and is a great place to entertain also. There are a couple of other small outbuildings throughout the property. The spacious 3BR, 2.5 BA brick home with metal roof consists of approx 2445 sqft heated and about 3435 sqft under roof. A large 2 vehicle carport has an office/game room in the back along with walk up stair access to the attic that can be floored for additional storage. As you enter the home into the breakfast nook and kitchen area, there is a large washroom and half bath near the entrance. The kitchen was recently remodeled and has lovely granite counter tops and new cabinet doors and the dining room is right off of the kitchen also. A spacious living area with a cathedral ceiling finished in tongue and groove ponderosa pine with walls of tongue and groove cedar, also has a propane gas log fireplace that has a blower tied in to the ducts so it can be used to heat the whole home. The large master bedroom has pecan wainscoating throughout and a large walk in closet along with a huge master bath with jacuzzi tub and separate shower and plenty of vanity area. On the other side of the house, the remaining bedrooms have ponderosa pine wainscoating along with the hall leading to them and the bathroom that separates them has a tub shower combo. The home has a propane backup geneartor and dual zone central AC and heating with two units. This property is walk in ready and offers great country living,convenience, seclusion, hunting, and income potential with the Christmas trees and timber. Asking price is $630,000. Shown by appointment only. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
Located at the end of Lula Wiley Rd, in the Brouillette Community of north Avoyelles Parish, this 60.8+/- acre tract offers a lot of diversity for a tract this size. Moreau Lake, a shallow water lake of approx. 16+/- acres, takes up the south end of the property and offers duck hunting and crawfishing. A drainage ditch that is already in place would allow you to be able to drain the lake as needed with the removal of a beaver dam and the addition of a structure would allow you to control the water level. This area is known for good deer genetics as witnessed by the ?Rougarou Buck?, a 25 pt non-typical that ended up with at no. 5 in the state?s non-typical record books with a final score of 226 2/8?, which was killed in January 2018 and a 14 pt typical which green-scored 190 3/8? that was killed in January 2019 and is a potential new typical state record. Both of these deer were killed within 300 yds of this property. The deer here are known to travel the bank of the old oxbow of the Red River which borders this property on the north. Depending on the water level the oxbow can offer some great fishing. Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge is less than 5 miles drive from the property and offers great hunting also as well as several other WMA's a short drive away. The Red River is less than a mile away from the property and offers great fishing and boating fun. When you drive onto the property there is an area that could be cleared out for a campsite with utilities nearby. Marksville is right up the road for all your shopping, dining, and entertainment needs. Asking price is $200,000. For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana and Mississippi Real Estate Commissions.
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