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$700,000

27.02 ACRE CALVERT COUNTY FARM - CLOSE TO DC

27.02 acres
1275 Pushaw Station Rd Sunderland MD 20689  |  Calvert County
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PRICE REDUCED! 27.02 rolling beautiful acres close to Washington DC, Annapolis, several military bases and beaches. Completely restored 1950s home with adorable porches to enjoy the tranquility and ...
Amber L Krause, Monument Sothebys International Realty
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$59,000
2506 Wesley Road Crapo MD 21626  |  Dorchester County
5.17 acres
Hunting Shack on 5 AcresMore Detail +
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Mickey Hayward , Sunset Properties
5 Acres of prime sika and white-tail deer hunting property with a shell of a house. New roof, siding, windows, doors and 200 amp service have been completed. Owner is a licensed real estate broker in...
$159,500
26210 McCarthy Lane Greensboro MD 21639  |  Caroline County
21.62 acres
21 Acres in Green Eire EstatesMore Detail +
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Mickey Hayward , Sunset Properties
21.6 Acres. Over 3/4 clear land with some woods in the back. Now being tilled by local farmer. Perc approved and ready for your new home. In area of nice homes. Plenty of room for your horses too, if ...
$1,500,000
8895 Andersontown Road Denton MD 21629  |  Caroline County
215.24 acres
215 Acres, Very Private FarmMore Detail +
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Mickey Hayward , Sunset Properties
Privacy Defined! Very long paved driveway leads through farm fields to a beautiful home with exquisite landscaping, a 1 BR, 1B, cabin/guest house, small kennel and a combination barn/airplane hangar. ...

Maryland Land Info

A recent study estimated there were over 13 million hunters in America, who dropped over $38 billion on licenses, equipment, travel and more. Along with the country’s expansive public hunting lands and waterways, private hunting land for sale offers potential as significant income-producing land through annual hunting leases and associated recreational activities. Alternatively, buying and working your own hunting land represents a very American ideal that dates back to the days of Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett and Teddy Roosevelt.

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