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Custer County Canyons
Arnold, Arnold, Nebraska 69120
720Acres
$1,590,000
This parcel consists of 720± acres of beautiful canyons located between Arnold, and Callaway, Nebraska.  There is an abundance of wildlife that call these canyons “home” including whitetail deer, mule deer, and wild turkey.  This property is strategically situated next to cropland, and could easily be used for a hunting hideaway.
Custer County Canyons
Arnold, Arnold, Nebraska 69120
720Acres
This parcel consists of 720± acres of beautiful canyons located between Arnold, and Callaway, Nebraska.  There is an abundance of wildlife that call these canyons “home” including whitetail deer, mule deer, and wild turkey.  This property is strategically situated next to cropland, and could easily be used for a hunting hideaway.
$1,590,000
Custer County Canyons
Arnold, Arnold, Nebraska 69120
$1,590,000
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160Acres
$1
To Be Sold At Auction - January 9, 2020 This Pasture has a well with working windmill, stock tanks, and a dam with abundant water supply. Cross fencing and a maintained boarder fence. All native grass and brome grasses. 35 to 40 Pair carrying capacity with hardwood trees for shade. This is a very well maintained pasture.
To Be Sold At Auction - January 9, 2020 160 Acres +/- Holt County, NE
Orchard, NEBRASKA 68764
160Acres
To Be Sold At Auction - January 9, 2020 This Pasture has a well with working windmill, stock tanks, and a dam with abundant water supply. Cross fencing and a maintained boarder fence. All native grass and brome grasses. 35 to 40 Pair carrying capacity with hardwood trees for shade. This is a very well maintained pasture.
$1
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819.66 Acres - Boyd County, Nebraska
503 Ave., Lynch, NEBRASKA 68746
819.66Acres
$1,680,303
This is a well managed Boyd County farm consisting of approximately 80 acres of alfalfa, 43 acres of wheat, and 697 acres of hard grass pasture. The pasture is leased for 115 cow/calf pairs for five months grazing. The alfalfa ground is currently being leased on 50/50 share arrangement and produces approximately 300 bales per year. The wheat is leased on 70/30 shares.
819.66 Acres - Boyd County, Nebraska
503 Ave., Lynch, NEBRASKA 68746
819.66Acres
This is a well managed Boyd County farm consisting of approximately 80 acres of alfalfa, 43 acres of wheat, and 697 acres of hard grass pasture. The pasture is leased for 115 cow/calf pairs for five months grazing. The alfalfa ground is currently being leased on 50/50 share arrangement and produces approximately 300 bales per year. The wheat is leased on 70/30 shares.
$1,680,303
819.66 Acres - Boyd County, Nebraska
503 Ave., Lynch, NEBRASKA 68746
$1,680,303
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Peetz Land, Wind and Water
Peetz, Colorado 80550
640Acres
$2,959,000
This exceptional farm/ranch offering is located just one mile north of Peetz, Colorado. Peetz, population 227, is home to the RE-5 School District and Peetz K-12 school. Sidney, Nebraska, population 6,750, is located just 20 miles to the north and is home to a municipal airport with a 6,600 ft. runway.
Peetz Land, Wind and Water
Peetz, Colorado 80550
640Acres
This exceptional farm/ranch offering is located just one mile north of Peetz, Colorado. Peetz, population 227, is home to the RE-5 School District and Peetz K-12 school. Sidney, Nebraska, population 6,750, is located just 20 miles to the north and is home to a municipal airport with a 6,600 ft. runway.
$2,959,000
Peetz Land, Wind and Water
Peetz, Colorado 80550
$2,959,000
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Keith County Dryland
Brule, Nebraska
522Acres
$489,000
Description: 3 parcels of dryland cropland with highly productive soils and excellent access in a progressive farming community. Location: 7-1/2 miles west of Brule, NE on Hwy. 30 & 2 miles north on Cty. Rd. West P N. (Parcels 1 & 2) Parcel 3 is 1 mile north on Cty. Rd. West P & 1 mile east on Cty. Rd. West 80. Legal Description: Parcel 1: W1/2 SW 1/4 Section 4-T13N-R41W of the 6th P.M.
Keith County Dryland
Brule, Nebraska
522Acres
Description: 3 parcels of dryland cropland with highly productive soils and excellent access in a progressive farming community. Location: 7-1/2 miles west of Brule, NE on Hwy. 30 & 2 miles north on Cty. Rd. West P N. (Parcels 1 & 2) Parcel 3 is 1 mile north on Cty. Rd. West P & 1 mile east on Cty. Rd. West 80. Legal Description: Parcel 1: W1/2 SW 1/4 Section 4-T13N-R41W of the 6th P.M.
$489,000
Keith County Dryland
Brule, Nebraska
$489,000
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73.34Acres
$292,993
Extremely rare to find a property that has it all in just 73.34 acres - BUT this one does! This 73.34 acres covers all the bases. Absolutely a great hunting and recreational property with Cedar creek running through it making it unbelievably scenic and also a income producing property. All the work is done.
73.34 Acres, more or less Cedar Creek Hunting & Recreational Paradise! Antelope County, NE
Oakdale, NEBRASKA 86761
73.34Acres
Extremely rare to find a property that has it all in just 73.34 acres - BUT this one does! This 73.34 acres covers all the bases. Absolutely a great hunting and recreational property with Cedar creek running through it making it unbelievably scenic and also a income producing property. All the work is done.
$292,993
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Nebraska

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

Nebraska is what is known as a triply landlocked state – not only does it not border an ocean but none of the states it borders touch an ocean and none of their neighbors have ocean access either. But the Cornhusker State is hardly bereft of water. The entire state sits atop the Ogallala Aquifer, a shallow water table that supplies virtually all the drinking water in the High Plains; it is one of the world’s largest aquifers.

On the surface, the Ogallala Aquifer feeds Lake McConaughy and its 100 miles of shoreline for land shoppers, including white sand beaches. It also helps sustain the meandering Niobrara River that has been recognized as one of the top canoe rivers in the United States.

Nebraska is a marriage of two landforms – the gently undulating hills in the eastern part of the state hard by the Missouri River and the flat tablelands. The east is where most Nebraskans have settled in the main towns of Lincoln and Omaha. Omaha is a perennial atop lists of the “most affordable” cities in America and where billionaire investor Warren Buffett still lives in the five-bedroom stucco house he bought for $31,500 in 1958. Most of the land that changes hands in Nebraska does so in these eastern counties.

The Great Plains take over as Nebraska rolls west, the endless grasslands that define the state in the public imagination. Interspersed amid the great farms are the Nebraska Sandhills, grass-stabilized dunes that occupy a quarter of the state. Useless as cropland, the Sandhills were ignored by everyone but cattlemen until the late 20th century when it was discovered by golf course developers. The grounds here mimic the coastal duneland where the game was invented in Scotland. Today golf property is among the most sought after in Nebraska.

Frequently Asked Questions

Nebraska is a state situated in the Midwestern United States and forms part of the Great Plains. Lincoln is the capital of the state. Omaha is the largest city in the state. Other important cities in the state are Grand Island, Kearney, Bellevue, and Norfolk. South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming are its neighboring states.

Some Facts About Nebraska

  1. There are 93 counties and 56 cities in Nebraska.
  2. The largest aquifer in the United States is the Ogallala Aquifer, Nebraska.
  3. Nebraska has more miles of rivers than any other state.
  4. Nebraska has a Unicameral Legislature which means that it follows a single-housing system. It is the only state following this.
  5. Nebraska has the most amount of underground water in the country.
  6. Nebraska National Forest in Halsey is a hand-planted forest which is the largest in the world.
  7. The porch swing situated in Hebron is the largest in the world. It can accommodate 25 people.
  8. Kolache festival is celebrated in Prague with great excitement.
  9. The football stadium of the Nebraska Cornhuskers has the capacity to hold 90,000 people. On game days, the stadium becomes the third most populated place in the state.

Why Should You Buy a Property/House In Nebraska?

Nebraska is a wonderful state that has a lot to offer. There are many cultures prevailing in the state and you will find people from all walks of life. The cost of living in Nebraska is low, so it is pretty easy to survive even on a limited income. You will get different cuisines in Omaha with exotic restaurants too. There are many markets organized downtown which is vibrant and a perfect place to meet and interact with people. Houses are affordable in Nebraska and there is not much traffic.

How is the Climate in Nebraska?

According to Köppen’s climate classification, Nebraska has a continental climate with a lot of humidity toward the east and semi-arid toward the west. Summers are quite warm and humid whereas, winters are cold and it is common to receive snowfall. July is the hottest month of the year with average temperature going up to 85°F. January is harsh and the coldest month of the year. The temperature goes down to 10°F to 20°F.

What Is the Cost of Living in Nebraska?

The cost of living index is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base. An index below 100 means that the state is cheaper than other states on average. Similarly, an index higher than indicates otherwise. The cost of living index of Nebraska is 89. We can thereby conclude that Nebraska is relatively cheap and affordable. Housing plays an important role in bringing the cost of living down.

How us the Real Estate Market Holding up in Nebraska?

The Nebraska estate market is very hot right now. The average value of a house is $170,000. This means there has been a 5.7% increase in home values from last year. According to recent studies, it is predicted that it will further increase by 3.5%. Houses and land are available for sale in Nebraska. Omaha is a city to keep your eye on. The average price of houses that are listed is $209,400, however, the average price at which homes are sold is $178,600. The average price of rent is $1,200. As Nebraska is developing at a rapid pace, it could be profitable to buy a house or land here.

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