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North Dakota Residential Land Information
Interested in buying residential land and property in North Dakota? Browse Land And Farm for land and rural property for sale in North Dakota, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Rough Rider State. North Dakota had approximately 16,340 acres of residential land and property for sale based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of residential land and property for sale in North Dakota was $78 million, with the average price of residential land and property for sale in North Dakota being $269,342. Browse all residential property and land for sale in North Dakota 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. North Dakota wildlife management areas number 220 and cover some 207,000 acres of the state, along with other state land areas and preserves. Hunting and trapping is permitted for big game including bighorn sheep and moose, waterfowl, upland game, furbearers like coyote and fox, and a number of other smaller species.
113 acres 4115 76Th Ave S, Fargo, ND - Listing
$3,052,500
113 acres
4115 76th Ave S
Fargo, ND 58104
(Cass County, ND)


North Dakota Residential Land Information
Interested in buying residential land and property in North Dakota? Browse Land And Farm for land and rural property for sale in North Dakota, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Rough Rider State. North Dakota had approximately 16,340 acres of residential land and property for sale based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of residential land and property for sale in North Dakota was $78 million, with the average price of residential land and property for sale in North Dakota being $269,342. Browse all residential property and land for sale in North Dakota 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. North Dakota wildlife management areas number 220 and cover some 207,000 acres of the state, along with other state land areas and preserves. Hunting and trapping is permitted for big game including bighorn sheep and moose, waterfowl, upland game, furbearers like coyote and fox, and a number of other smaller species.