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$99,900

Hodges Lake Camp

12.5 acres
23125 90th Evart MI 49631
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Privacy at its best. Make this your family year round get-a-way. This sportsman's paradise is all set up for the hunter and/or fisherman. Over twelve wooded acres with 211' lake frontage on private 42...
David Pawlak, Trophy Class Real Estate/Sports Afield
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$249,900

Hersey 100 Acres

100 acres
18392 23 Mile Hersey MI 49639
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POSSIBLE LAND CONTRACT! Deer Hunters Paradise! Many successful hunts in past years on this 100 /- acre parcel. A good combination of open land and woods. A pond provides the only water source in the ...
David Pawlak, Trophy Class Real Estate/Sports Afield
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$474,900

Le Roy Ranch

123 acres
15481 130th Le Roy MI 49655
26
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Hunting Lodge, horse/cattle ranch, or private residence. This 123 acre property has many options and a lot to offer at a great price. The log sided home has over 3000 finished square feet. Features in...
David Pawlak, Trophy Class Real Estate/Sports Afield
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Osceola County, MI Land Info

Osceola County is a large rural county in Michigan. The most common type of land for sale in Osceola County recently was farms, while Evart had the most land listed for sale in Osceola County. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Osceola County at $3,881, with an average list price of $178,952 for land and farms for sale in Osceola County. Of Michigan's 83 counties, Osceola County ranks 62nd in terms of its population (23,058, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Osceola County. In terms of size, Osceola County is Michigan's 68th biggest county (573 square miles, which equals one percent of the state). Farming activities in Osceola County generate annual revenues of $46 million, 28 percent of which is from livestock products and 72 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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