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Iowa Residential Land Information
Interested in residential land and property for sale in Iowa? Browse Land And Farm for land and rural property for sale in Iowa, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Cyclone State. A recent survey of Land And Farm data recorded about 23,420 acres of residential land and property for sale in Iowa, which was valued at a combined $764 million. The average price of residential land and property for sale in Iowa was $255,364. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Iowa to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. With its dizzying elevation extreme of a mere 1,190 feet, pancake-flat Iowa's main outdoor attractions are of the horizontal persuasion. Two national scenic byways thread the state, while any number of country roads will take you through a land of farms, covered bridges, and quiet towns. Fishing and hunting are both popular in the state, with the Missouri and Mississippi rivers both offering the chance to cast for trout, catfish, walleye, and bass.


Iowa Residential Land Information
Interested in residential land and property for sale in Iowa? Browse Land And Farm for land and rural property for sale in Iowa, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Cyclone State. A recent survey of Land And Farm data recorded about 23,420 acres of residential land and property for sale in Iowa, which was valued at a combined $764 million. The average price of residential land and property for sale in Iowa was $255,364. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Iowa to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. With its dizzying elevation extreme of a mere 1,190 feet, pancake-flat Iowa's main outdoor attractions are of the horizontal persuasion. Two national scenic byways thread the state, while any number of country roads will take you through a land of farms, covered bridges, and quiet towns. Fishing and hunting are both popular in the state, with the Missouri and Mississippi rivers both offering the chance to cast for trout, catfish, walleye, and bass.