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LA - East Carroll / Kirkland / 474+/-
Monticello, Louisiana 70814
474Acres
$850,000
This is a nice WRP tract with a 2500 sq. ft. camp. This is located in an area that offers good duck hunting and deer hunting to boot. This tract is located just west of the Tensas River. There is 35 acres of leveled farmland that will generate some income. This tract has flooded fields and ponds for duck hunting. Property is located on a dead end road.
LA - East Carroll / Kirkland / 474+/-
Monticello, Louisiana 70814
474Acres
This is a nice WRP tract with a 2500 sq. ft. camp. This is located in an area that offers good duck hunting and deer hunting to boot. This tract is located just west of the Tensas River. There is 35 acres of leveled farmland that will generate some income. This tract has flooded fields and ponds for duck hunting. Property is located on a dead end road.
$850,000
LA - East Carroll / Kirkland / 474+/-
Monticello, Louisiana 70814
$850,000
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LA - Richland Southside 79 acres +/-
Holly Ridge, Louisiana 71269
79Acres
$173,800
This tract offers deer hunting in an area with good deer numbers, an attractive annual CRP Payment, and the potential to buy out a homesite. There are parish roads on two sides so that is not owned by the sellers. This area on the east end adjoining Goose Hollow Rd, might be well suited for residential lots.
LA - Richland Southside 79 acres +/-
Holly Ridge, Louisiana 71269
79Acres
This tract offers deer hunting in an area with good deer numbers, an attractive annual CRP Payment, and the potential to buy out a homesite. There are parish roads on two sides so that is not owned by the sellers. This area on the east end adjoining Goose Hollow Rd, might be well suited for residential lots.
$173,800
LA - Richland Southside 79 acres +/-
Holly Ridge, Louisiana 71269
$173,800
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4.50Acres
$359,000
Rare find - Highway 27 property in the community of Hackberry in Cameron Parish, LA. Located on a blacktop state highway with nearly 300' frontage. Minutes from stores, churches, schools, and recreational activities: fishing, crabbing, and hunting. Electric, water, and sewer on the property, along with a 1994 Cairo 16X56 Mobile Home(in need of repairs - given no value).
Hwy 27 Hackberry Tract, Cameron Parish, 5 Acres +/- LACAMEPP5
Hackberry, LOUISIANA 70645
4.50Acres
Rare find - Highway 27 property in the community of Hackberry in Cameron Parish, LA. Located on a blacktop state highway with nearly 300' frontage. Minutes from stores, churches, schools, and recreational activities: fishing, crabbing, and hunting. Electric, water, and sewer on the property, along with a 1994 Cairo 16X56 Mobile Home(in need of repairs - given no value).
$359,000
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13 ac - Wooded Home Site Tract
Plain Dealing, Louisiana 71064
13Acres
$49,400
13 +/- ac rural homesite in north Bossier Parish, LA Located at the end of Smith Rd north of Plain Dealing this tract contains approx. 7.6 acres of pine plantation with the remainder in natural regrowth approximately 4-5 ft in height. This tract could provide a nice rural homesite location.
13 ac - Wooded Home Site Tract
Plain Dealing, Louisiana 71064
13Acres
13 +/- ac rural homesite in north Bossier Parish, LA Located at the end of Smith Rd north of Plain Dealing this tract contains approx. 7.6 acres of pine plantation with the remainder in natural regrowth approximately 4-5 ft in height. This tract could provide a nice rural homesite location.
$49,400
13 ac - Wooded Home Site Tract
Plain Dealing, Louisiana 71064
$49,400
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35Acres
$52,500
35 +/- acres timberland and hunting tract adjoining Natl Forest in Claiborne Parish, LA This tract has mixed pine and hardwood in pulpwood and some small log sizes. It has a lot of topography with some high, rolling ridges. The property is bordered on 2 sides by the National Forest and will offer deer, hog and small game hunting.
35 ac - Timberland Adjoining Nat'l Forest - PRICE REDUCED
Summerfield, Louisiana 71256
35Acres
35 +/- acres timberland and hunting tract adjoining Natl Forest in Claiborne Parish, LA This tract has mixed pine and hardwood in pulpwood and some small log sizes. It has a lot of topography with some high, rolling ridges. The property is bordered on 2 sides by the National Forest and will offer deer, hog and small game hunting.
$52,500
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45.50Acres
$130,000
45+- ac woods and pasture near Gilbert in Franklin Parish, LA This property offers a great opportunity for a buyer looking for a rural homesite with recreational hunting potential. This tract consists of approx. 40 acres of hardwoods and a partially fenced 3 acre pasture behind a locked gate.
45.5 ac - Wooded Tract with Small Pasture for Home Site - PRICE REDUCED
Gilbert, Louisiana 71336
45.50Acres
45+- ac woods and pasture near Gilbert in Franklin Parish, LA This property offers a great opportunity for a buyer looking for a rural homesite with recreational hunting potential. This tract consists of approx. 40 acres of hardwoods and a partially fenced 3 acre pasture behind a locked gate.
$130,000
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Where to Find the Lowest Property Taxes in the Nation

Where to Find the Lowest Property Taxes in the Nation

by Laura Mueller

Property taxes are a reminder that owning land is far from a no-cost endeavor after your initial investment. And depending on where your land is, you may be paying quite a bit more—or quite a bit less—than landowners in surrounding states. read more…

Louisiana

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Louisiana. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Louisiana for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Louisiana loses more land than any other state. The Mississippi River is the great land builder, depositing silt by the ton at its mouth. But as swamps have been logged and canals been cut through the great alluvial plains more and more saltwater is seeping into coastal Louisiana, destroying the coastline and tens of millions of years of work by the mighty Mississippi. Scientists estimate that Louisiana loses the equivalent of 30 football fields of landmass each and every day.

Not that Louisiana is in danger of running out of undeveloped rural land any time soon. Hunting and recreational property, including timberlands and swamplands, remain for sale across the Pelican State. Duck hunters will especially treasure property found along the Tensas and Atchafalaya river basins. For those after more imposing quarry, Louisiana waters are home to more alligators than anywhere else in America; hunting season is for three weeks in late summer. Hunters may also chance to see one of Louisiana’s 300 black bears along the southern Mississippi River and its tributaries but they are protected.

The flags of six countries have flown over Louisiana – France, Spain, England, the Republic of West Florida, the United States and the Confederate States of America. The result is one of the country’s most distinct cultures; one in fifteen residents still speaks French and the state’s welcome signs celebrate its French heritage.

The allure of Louisiana’s beautiful and mysterious lands has proved a magnet for movie-makers and earned it the nickname of “Hollywood of the South.” More reality shows are filmed here than any other state. So don’t be shocked if you find a location scout eyeing your new property after you settle in.

Frequently Asked Questions

Louisiana is a state situated in the southern region of the southcentral part of the United States. Its neighboring states are Texas, Arkansas, Gulf of Mexico, and Mississippi. Baton Rouge is the capital of the state. New Orleans is the largest city in the state. Some other famous cities in the state are Shreveport, Lafayette, and Lake Charles.

Some Facts About Louisiana

  1. “Mardi Gras”, the world-famous custom is celebrated in New Orleans. The custom is about food and fun. It is celebrated right before Lent.
  2. In King Louis XIV’s honor, the state was named Louisiana.
  3. With 35 floors and 450 feet tall height, Louisiana is home to the tallest state capitol building in the country.
  4. The state is the only state in the country that does not have any counties. Its counties are known as parishes.
  5. The world’s largest freshwater river basin is the Atchafalaya Basin situated in Saint Martin Parish. It provides all sorts of recreational activities.
  6. Breaux Bridge is nicknamed as “Crawfish Capital of the World”.
  7. Terrebonne Parish has been awarded as the best place to live in Louisiana by Money Magazine.
  8. Covington is known for its clean water and air because it lies in the Ozone Belt region.
  9. Louisiana is the only state that refers to the Napoleonic Code for its state law.

Why Should One Buy A Property/House In Louisiana?

Louisiana is a big enough state to embody various diverse geological regions and climate. It is a very pretty state with people having beautiful souls and minds. The fellow Louisianans are always ready to lend a hand. It is a perfect blend of traditional values and a modern technology-oriented state. The state offers scenic views that will take your breath away. In terms of the future, it also offers several job opportunities. The state is predominantly built around petrochemical industries. However, the state is modernizing itself and offering other types of jobs as well. Food is also good in this state with many famous restaurant chains.

How Is The Climate In Louisiana?

According to Köppen’s climate classification, Louisiana has a humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot and long. Whereas, winters are short and mild. The state’s wet season is from April to September. In summers, rains are intense with thunderstorms. However, in winters the rains are less intense.

What Is The Cost Of Living In Louisiana?

Louisiana is relatively cheaper than most other states. It has a cost of living index of 86. The average cost of living in the U.S. is 100. Therefore, an index of less than 100 means the state is cheap. The average home price in the state is $147,900.

How Is the Real Estate Market Faring in Louisiana?

Investing in this beautiful state is a wise option. The median home value in Louisiana is $146,500. This is a 0.4% increase from last year. Although the rise in the prices has been slow, it is expected that prices are going to increase by 1.4%. The economic growth in Louisiana is steady. Therefore, the prices are anyway going to go up. Hence, it is a good time to buy a property or perhaps a house in Louisiana.

What Are Some Recreational Activities To Do?

There are tons of things you can do here on weekends. Firstly, there is always some type of live music or a concert being played here. It is heaven on earth for music lovers. Along the Gulf area, people can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boating. Fishing is very famous here. Both in freshwater and saltwater. Hiking and golfing are some other famous activities.

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