Ohio Land for Sale

  • 5.09 Acres in Ohio

    $169,900, 5.09 Acres , 1688 Dadeyville Rd. , , Ohio

    Austinburg - Between Clay Street and Rt 307 on Dadeyville Road. East Side of the road. 5

  • 16.6 Acres in Ohio

    $68,900, 16.6 Acres , 3601 Worthing Road, Guernsey, Ohio

    Introducing a wonderful property near Kimbolton Ohio that would make an unbelievable home

  • 24.78 Acres in Ohio

    $55,000, 24.78 Acres , Allen Comp, Ashtabula, Ohio

    Fascinating piece of wooded land ready to be cleared for a home site or a hunting/recreati

  • 0.14 Acres in Ohio

    $2,000, 0.14 Acres , 2466 WARREN, Lucas, Ohio

    Title:QUIT CLAIM Listing ID:LC-1703-067919 Parcel Number:0742587 Location:2466 WARREN,

  • 10 Acres in Ohio

    $295,000, 10 Acres , 929 Township Road 1243, 0, Ohio

    Beautifully upgraded farmhouse, new roof, plumbing, electric, septic, propane Trane heatin

  • 50.99 Acres in Ohio

    $89,000, 50.99 Acres , N. Ridge Rd USR 20. East of Walmart between Sill , Ashtabula, Ohio

    Wow! Where else can you find nearly 51 acres of competitively priced land with frontage on

  • 32.79 Acres in Ohio

    $79,900, 32.79 Acres , N. Ridge Usr 20, Ashtabula, Ohio

    Two parcels totaling 32.79 acres in Saybrook! Great location situated on New London Rd. Pr

  • 5.5 Acres in Ohio

    $27,000, 5.5 Acres , 20241 CR 410, 0, Ohio

    This is a bueatiful 5+ acre site. Nice home site, to over look several acres of rolling la

  • 0.11 Acres in Ohio

    $4,500, 0.11 Acres , 3413 E 103rd ST, Cuyahoga, Ohio

    Title:Quit Claim Deed Listing ID:LC-1705-203213 Parcel Number:12724123 Legal Descriptio

  • 0.11 Acres in Ohio

    $3,650, 0.11 Acres , 4512 Parkton DR, Cuyahoga, Ohio

    Title:Quit Claim Deed Listing ID:LC-1705-203212 Parcel Number:76203009 Legal Descriptio

  • 0.08 Acres in Ohio

    $999, 0.08 Acres , 11331 Continental Ave, Cuyahoga, Ohio

    Listing ID LC-1803-209213 Cash Sale $ 999 Processing Fee $ 299 Deed Type Quit Claim Dee

  • 6.12 Acres in Ohio

    $29,900, 6.12 Acres , Adjacent to 2944 Rice Road, Ashtabula, Ohio

    Very nice wooded lot in rural Morgan Township. Culvert pipe in. Bring your plans and build

  • 0.13 Acres in Ohio

    $3,450, 0.13 Acres , 14813 Pepper Avenue, Cuyahoga, Ohio

    Listing ID LC-1803-209296 Cash Sale $ 3,450 Processing Fee $ 499 Deed Type Quit Claim D

  • 0.12 Acres in Ohio

    $2,500, 0.12 Acres , 1652 Rowland Avenue Northeast, Stark, Ohio

    Title:Quit Claim Deed Listing ID:LC-1711-207957 Parcel Number:235077 Legal Description:


More than half of America's potential land buyers are within a comfortable one-day drive of Ohio. What is there to lure them to the Buckeye State?

People for one thing. Ohio is the seventh most populous state in America and claims three metropolitan areas larger than two million people: Cincinnati on the Ohio River, Cleveland on Lake Erie and the capital city of Columbus. Other large industrial cities include Toledo, Akron and Dayton. This clustering of the population leaves plenty of undeveloped rural land in the state - the Appalachian region of eastern Ohio comprises 29 counties, a third of the land and only 12% of the people. Affordable hunting properties and family retreats abound in these heavily wooded hills laced with prehistoric stone ledges.

The jewel of southeastern Ohio is the Hocking Hills with desirable property scattered among the region's many state parks and forests. More than 50 ziplines have been erected above the ancient caves and cliffs to make Hocking Hills the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest.

At the other end of the state Ohio enjoys 312 miles of Lake Erie coastline. A leading destination on the lake since 1870 is Cedar Point, the nation's second-oldest operating amusement park and home to more roller coasters than anywhere in America. Cedar Point hosts more visitors each summer than any other thrill park - more than three million.

Central Ohio was scraped clean by glaciers tens of thousands of years ago, leaving behind exceptionally fertile till. Many of the farms here are owned by the Amish. Ohio has the largest population of Amish in North America with Holmes County being the state's largest settlement. Much of this Ohio farmland contains woodlands suitable for hunting.