304 +/- Acres in Lebeau, LA
NEW!! Acreage and camp in St. Landry
Hunting property with camp, great hunting, and convenience!
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 140” – 160” 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.
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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.
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Contact: Carl Foreman