The hunting land you've
Deer hunters - now's the time to stake your claim on this year's hunting ground. This is the place!
Here are 42+ acres* of prime deer habitat for your private hunt ground,
or join with a friend or two and share the excitement and expense.
There's plenty of room for more than one hunter to safely set up over one
of the ravines that crisscross the hilltops above Lollar Branch valley.
See the photos below and on the following page, then call for a tour of the land and forest.
Looking for recreational land with
room for you, your family and your
friends to hunt?
Here's the answer!
Offered at just $2,400 an acre. 42+ acres for $101,500.
At the end of a country drive, here is all the land you need for a relaxing
hour or so alone, or that week in the woods chasing the big buck you've dreamed of.
The setting is surrounded by larger tracts of land, and between the Meramec and Bourbouse water sheds, overlooking Lollar Branch valley. A natural for wildlife of all kinds. Deer, turkey and many other species abound.
That's 42 acres of great hunting, close to town. And ideal for ATVing, hiking, camping, or any of the other outdoor activities you and your family enjoy.
The ideal situation might be for you and a friend or
two to go in together on the hunting land you've always wanted.
For a total of $101,500, you could be on your stand just minutes from home, ready for a shot at the trophy deer you've dreamed of.
Please call for a tour. I can meet you there at any time. Bring your friends along.
Gate is locked so call for a guided tour. I live nearby and can be there in about 20 minutes.
Office 573-457-8011 Cell 314-623-0270
*42 acre parcel size is estimated and may vary depending on final survey results. Priced at $2,400 per acre.
See more photos of trails, road, woods
and fields on next page.
Looking for land with unlimited uses? This attractive acreage has a 120 foot elevation change from the low point to a the high woods at the East end. Enough hillsides to make it interesting - and beautiful. The views across the valley into the hardwood forest are gorgeous.
Large private farms and the nearby Little Indian Creek state conservation area give wildlife thousands of acres to roam, breed and grow. Deer, turkey and virtually all small game can be found in abundance. Just 3.5 miles from Highway 44 on well maintained State Hwy JJ. 45 minutes from West St. Louis County. 10 minutes from the convenience of shopping, schools, churches, restaurants, and fine healthcare in Sullivan.
Come out to see for yourself. Call first and I'll meet you there
for a guided tour. The entry gate is locked, but I live close by
and can be there in about 20 minutes.
Tom Lang 314-623-0270 or 573-457-8011