This secluded, hunting and timber investment tract, is located approx. 5 miles southeast of Elton, La., and is south of U.S. Hwy 190. Bounded by Bayou Nezpique on the east, more timberland on the north and south sides, and rice fields on the west, the property is accessed via a predial servitude that is surfaced with limestone from where it starts at the end of the parish road up to the gate leading into the property. The property hasn't been deer hunted in the last two years and the seller has been busy working on improving the interior road system, widening it so the sides of the road can be planted as food plots and crowning it so the water will drain off of it. He has also put up several stands on the property that will stay and developed a couple of other food plots and has developed a campsite near the entrance to the property. The seller is planning to put up a small camp on this campsite along with some more deer stands. This property also has great potential for a high fence hunting operation. The timber consists of approx. 500+/- acres of planted pines that are approx. 11+ years old and ready for a thinning, and the remaining approx. 200+/- acres is consists of hardwood timber along Bayou Nezpique that is merchantable now or could continue to grow. There are several sloughs running through the hardwood to the bayou that offer some duck hunting and cypress timber. Asking price is $1,205,300 or $1700 per acre. 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.