An up and coming 265 +/- acre recreational tract that is enrolled in the WRE program will be planted in native trees such as oaks, ash, pecan, cypress, etc. in the winter of 2017. Almost 30 acres is presently wooded along Bayou Marron, the southwest border that houses nice deer, squirrel and rabbit population right now. This property joins wooded area on the south and east side, plus an additional 250 +/- acres joining this separated by a small country gravel road that wil be planted in WRE trees soon and will be connected to large woods to the north and west. Each property will enchance the other. The for sale tract will have over 35 acres in a shallow water area (SWA) that will attract winter and migration ducks as well as crawfish. Water will be controlled by 2 water control structures. This area is known to have ducks annually. A nice comfortable mobile home with electricity and internet service is in place.
Another 2 acres not enrolled in WRE can also be used as a campsite. You can start hunting now and watch this one get better and better over the next 5 years and beyond. New owner may be able to participate in the final WRE design and possibly add additional SWA acres for ducks and crawfish. In a few short years this could be one of the best Evangeline Parish recreational properties. This is a good long and short term recreational property investment at $1,950.00 per acre. Conveniently located between Ville Platte, Chatagnier and Mamou (Point Blue).
For a personal showing, call Carl Foreman at (318) 481-0092 or Troy Thompson at (318) 447-7676. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.