Lashley Land and Recreational Brokers
2014 Sales: $50 – $100 Million
Who: Focuses on the western half of Nebraska with an eye toward the needs of the rancher, farmer, and outdoor sportsman.
Wow: Listed Winemaker’s Island Preserve for $14 million, a prestige property boasting 2,000 acres of farmland and rangeland that also includes a lodge, four houses, and a 50-year-old roost that serves upwards of 35,000 ducks and geese daily.
Insight: “I truly believe commodity prices will rebound with a normal growing season in the corn-belt,” says Owner/Broker Mike Lashley. “The discretionary dollar is back, making recreational real estate a very good buy.”
Pictured Above: Featuring wooded acreage with the Platte River running through the back yard, this 12-acre estate in Lincoln County, Nebraska offers access to countless recreational pursuits, from hunting and fishing to equestrian and ATVing.
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