Land for Sale in Nebraska
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In terms of its size, Nebraska is the country's 16th-largest state, covering an area of 77,358 square miles (50 million acres). In its entirety, 76,824 square miles (99 percent) is made up of land, while the remaining 524 square miles is covered by water. Of the nearly 800,000 acres of public lands in Nebraska, approximately two percent is open to hunting. Most hunting in the state takes place on private lands. Plentiful other outdoor-recreation opportunities await in the state's 77 state parks that comprise forestland, bluffs and the dune's and grasslands of the state's famous Sandhills. Lands of America research shows that 98 percent of land in the Cornhusker State is privately owned. Nebraska's current price-per-acre average places it 24th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $311 million of land for sale in the state covering a total of 260,036 acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Nebraska. Of the 93 counties in the state, Hall County had the most land for sale, while Carbon County was trending recently as the state's most searched county.
Plum Creek Paradise consists of 235.87+/- acres that offers various recreational opportunities as well as incomepotential from cattle grazing. This is the perfect place for an outdoor enthusiast who likes to hunt, fish, hike andtube! There are 80+/- acres of grassland that could be planted into dryland alfalfa for food plots and sits atop ofthe timber filled draws leading down to Plum Creek that flows throughout the entire property along the Westboundary. There is over 1/2 mile of Plum Creek and is a favorite for fly fisherman seeking Brown and perhaps afew Rainbow Trout amongst others. This property has great access with several building sitesfor a cabin or a home. Legal Description PT. NW & NE Total 235.87 Acres 30-31-23 Taxes:$1,504.
HUNTERS HAVEN * 158.87 ACRES +/-
Johnstown * Brown County * Nebraska
Legal Description: SE4 - Section 30 - Township 31 N - Range 23 W
Hunters Haven has a reputation as a high traffic wildlife corridor between the adjoining irrigated lands along the east boundary and the cold water Class A Stream of Plum Creek. This outstanding property features some of the best hunting around. Varied terrain, food plot locations, and a fresh water spring adequate enough to develop a private fishing pond, this property is truly a delight. County maintained road access plus established shelterbelts around the home site that includes a hunting cabin, electricity, electric submersible well, rifle range and small shop for vehicle storage. Some income from