Located in southeast Caldwell Parish, on the Ouachita River, this 211.1-acre tract is easily accessed via La. Hwy 559 and is about 13 miles from Columbia, La. and about 6 miles north of the Duty Ferry crossing on the Ouachita River. Bordered by the river, there are several potential waterfront camp/home sites with great views of the river and there is also about a 30+/- acre section of hardwoods along the area between the river and Hwy 559. Across the road there are approximately 50+/- acres of irrigated farmland, setup for row fall irrigation with a well and underground pipe to the risers. Some of the farmland has the potential to put in crawfish ponds. Great dove hunting potential here with a few rows of sunflowers and the river that close! Behind the farmland, the remainder of the acreage is bottomland hardwood forest that has had some thinning done but still has plenty of merchantable timber and the thinning will help both the timber and the hunting. There is a small duck hole in the woods that could possibly be enlarged and the well would ensure water for duck season. This part of the property also has the possible potential to made into a green tree reservoir for flooded timber duck hunting. Another bonus associated with this property is that it borders Boeuf WMA which is over 50,000 acres of backup and additional hunting property that is well known for its deer and duck hunting. Numerous oxbow lakes and the river provide plenty of fishing and recreational opportunity in the offseason. The property is not currently in any programs or conservation easements but may possibly qualify for some of them. This property may just have it all: water frontage, income-producing farmland, woods, and it borders a huge backup area!
Asking price is $2,750 an acre.
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For more information or to schedule a showing, call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or 318-876-2622.
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