20 +/- acres cutover timberland with hunting, home site, and development potential near Choudrant in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana
NOTE: Map imagery shows timber but the tract has been clearcut.
For sale is 20 +/- acres that has been used for pine timber production. It has recently been cut and is ready to be cleaned up and replanted or cleared.
This property is mostly high ground, with multiple areas that would be suitable for house sites. Due to its location, this tract could possibly be
a candidate for
residential development, or it could be cleaned up for a small ranch or homestead.
This part of the parish is has seen substantial growth in housing, with a large golf community nearby.
According to the USDA, soils are approximately 75% Briley loamy fine sand, 1 to 5% slopes, and 25% Mahan fine sandy loam, 5 to 12% slopes.
This property is accessible on Arnold Road, a paved parish road. Arnold Road crosses the western side of the property, with about 2 acres west of the road
and the rest to the east of it.
Utilities are available on Arnold Road. In addition, a small power line crosses the property about halfway across.
This rectangular tract is the southern 1/2 of a 40, making it approximately 660 ft by 1/4 of a mile wide. This property should allow for good hunting in
the coming years as the trees and vegetation regrow. All the surrounding land is in timber which will provide plenty of backup habitat for deer.
Directions: Take Arnold Road from LA Hwy. 821 north of the Squire Creek development. Go about 1.3 miles. Look for the RecLand signs.
Legal: S Â½ of NE of SW, Sec 29, T19N, R01W, Lincoln Parish, LA
Minerals: Negotiable. Minerals are leased but owner doesnâ€™t think they are currently produced.