We love to be delighted and inspired by the views from around the country of new land that's listed for sale throughout the Land.com Network. Here are the most popular posts on the Lands of America Instagram account in 2018.
One of a several mid-19th-century homes located in South Carolina's Liberty Hill Historic District, "The Columns" has been the home of the Thompson since it was first built in the 1850s. It has been listed for sale for the first time in almost 170 years.
This week's largest recorded land sale, according to data available through the Lands of America Comparable Sale program, was of a 5,362-acre timberland tract in Chambers County, Texas. Congratulations to Texas Home and Ranch's Greg Gonsoulin, who brokered the sale.
Threaded by the gurgling waters of its namesake Hazel River, this country retreat is quite literally on the doorstep of the Mid-Atlantic region’s only national park and some of the area’s best hikes and outdoor experiences.
Congratulations to Ken Thomas with Crane, Oregon-based Ken Thomas Real Estate, LLC, for his sale of a 25,680-deeded-acre forestry tract in southern Oregon this week.
Listed as sold on November 12, 2018, Rancho Buena Vista occupies a landscape of rolling hills and long canyons in the rugged desert terrain of far-west Texas, about an hour east of El Paso.
Among over 85,000 new properties listed for sale in October 2018, an $81-million dairy operation in the country's biggest dairy-producing county plus a 58,000-deeded-acre Montana ranch are among the month's most notable new land additions.
Congratulations to Mark Pyrak with Fort Benton Realty LLP for his sale this week of 6,240-acre Wilson Farms in northern Montana.
Congratulations to Pete Hall with Montgomery, Alabama-based John Hall & Company for his sale this week of 2,534-acre Hopson Farm, a multi-faceted estate to the east of Montgomery offering a diverse mix of pasture, timber and recreational acreage.
The Lucky A Ranch, located six miles east of Navasota, is 388± acres of thoughtfully customized perfection about 72 miles from Houston.