• List Price: $1,026,375
  • Acres: 345 +/-

Listing Details

Just a few miles northwest of Waterproof, this 345+/- acre tract on La. Hwy 573 along Choctaw Bayou was known as Stonewall Plantation years ago. Instead of growing cotton, it now grows big Tensas Parish deer. There is a nice campsite of approx. 1 acre that already has electricity in place that has some huge oak and pecan trees shading it. 98.5 acres of the property is in CRP with 6 years left on the contract and an annual payment of $6,283.00, totaling $37,698.00 over the remaining years. It may be possible to renew the CRP contract for an additional 15 years. The remainder of the acreage is in timber, unencumbered by any programs or easements. Approximately 120 acres has a stand of 90% Red Oak that was highly managed and ranges from 12”-24” in diameter. The remaining timbered acreage is mixed hardwoods that was cut about 12 years ago. There are two duck hunting spots on the property and plenty of small game hunting as well. This property is roughly halfway between the Mississippi and Tensas Rivers and Tensas Parish is well known for great genetics and trophy bucks. The same person has leased this property for many years and a 160 inch buck was taken last year and 1-2 140 class deer are usually taken every year. There is also a 5-7 acre area that could be planted to attract doves. There is a small older camp on the property that is also included and could be used as a starter camp or could be removed if a larger more up to date camp is desired. This is a great recreational property that offers excellent hunting and brings in some income now from the CRP, and will bring in more income down the road from the excellent timber stand on the property.

Asking price is $2,975 per acre.