We offer for sale several land plots in the Yaroslavl region, in different areas at low prices.
1. Agricultural land for sale 533 hectares (1 333 acres) in the Ivanovo region.
On the territory of the site there is a vegetable storage building with an area of 893 square meters in a satisfactory condition.
The site is located in close proximity to the city of Yuryevets, Yurievets district, as well as 6 kilometers from the banks of the Volga River, around the village of Sodomova. The relief of the fields is flat, has small bushes, it is not cultivated for the second year, there is a year-round access to the fields. At a price of $ 250 per hectare.
Nearby there is a plot of 356 hectares (890 acres) around the village of Berdikha, bordering the city of Yuryevets at a price of $ 300 per hectare.
As a result, you can concentrate a block of 890 hectares in your property. When buying 2 plots with a total area of 890 hectares, a discount is possible, up to $ 250 per hectare.
Price for the whole lot: $ 267,000
$ 300 per hectare ($ 120 per acre).
2. Land for sale 1 045 hectares (2 612 acres) Ivanovo region, Yuryevets district. The land plot runs along the Yuryevets-Kostyaevo highway for 5 kilometers, west of the village of Dvorishchi.
Price for the whole lot: $104 500
$ 100 per hectare ($ 40 per acre).
3. Land for sale 835 (2 088 acres) hectares, located in the Ivanovo region, Komsomolsky district, the village of Ivankovo. Soil type – sod-podzolic.
In the immediate vicinity are the peat extraction of the Markovsky peat enterprise, the Kommunar textile factory, and a reservoir on the Ukhtokhma River.
Ivanovo, the regional center, is located 58 km from the site. In the immediate vicinity are located, the regional center of the city of Komsomolsk. The Ivanovo-Yaroslavl regional highway is 18 km away. Most of the contours of the sites are adjacent to local roads with asphalt pavement. The site has not been cultivated for several years and has begun to overgrow with bushes and small trees. Approximately 20-30% of the site is covered with bushes and trees. The settlements have all the necessary infrastructure with communications (electricity, gas, water and roads).
Price for the whole lot: $ 167 000
$ 200 per hectare ($ 80 per acre).
4. Land for sale 1 150 (2 875 acres) hectares, Ivanovo region, Savinsky district, near the village of Zaprudnovo.
The lands of the former collective farms, all plots are adjacent to each other, forming a SINGLE ARRAY. Location – along the highway, good access roads, in close proximity to settlements. The distance to Moscow is 300 kilometers. Power lines pass along the plots, you can connect electricity. 50% were cultivated and do not have thickets of trees and shrubs. The remaining 550 hectares were not plowed and began to overgrow with shrubs and fir trees.
Price for the whole lot: $ 253 000
$ 220 per hectare ($ 88 per acre).
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Below you can read information about the Ivanovo region, the city of Ivanovo and the areas where we offer real estate (agricultural land).
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Ivanovo region, borders in the northwest with the Yaroslavl region, in the north with the Kostroma region, in the east with the Nizhny Novgorod region, in the south with the Vladimir region.
The area is 21 437 km², the population is about a million people.
The regional center is the city of Ivanovo (the distance to Moscow is 275 km), the population of the city of Ivanovo is 410 000 people according to the 2021 census.
The leading branch of agriculture is dairy and meat cattle breeding, flax growing, potato growing and forestry.
In 2019, agricultural production is 250 million US dollars, of which livestock production is 150 million US dollars, crop production is 100 million US dollars. The livestock production index is 98.4%, the average annual milk yield per cow is 4 800 kg. As of January 1, 2020, there were 64 000 head of cattle in farms of all categories (75% in agricultural enterprises), of which 27 000 heads of cows (72.0% in agricultural enterprises), 15 500 pigs (51% in agricultural enterprises), 16 000 sheep and 9 500 goats (15% in agricultural enterprises), 3 million poultry. In 2019, farms of all categories of the region produced 39,000 tons for slaughter of livestock and poultry (in live weight), milk production amounted to 154 000 tons, egg production amounted to 392 million pieces. In 2019, 82 000 tons of potatoes were harvested in farms of all categories (in agricultural enterprises).
The gross harvest of grain and leguminous crops in 2020 amounted to 156 000 tons, with a yield of 2.5 tons. Agrarians of the region this year harvested the highest grain harvest in 19 years, reaching an absolute record in terms of productivity. The company “GEOBURO” wants to draw your attention to the fact that the Ivanovo region is not an area where the production of grain flourishes, the main direction is the production of flax, industrial hemp, fodder crops and potatoes.
The highway – M7 “Volga” to Ivanovo with a length of 102 km, the highway-P600 Kostroma – Ivanovo with a length of 105 km, auto traffic passing through Furmanov and Privolzhsk. Ivanovo-Nizhny-Novgorod highway passing through the cities of Shuya, Palekh and the village of Pestyaki. The highway – P79, connecting the regional centers of Ivanovo and Yaroslavl. A regional road with a length of 265 km, passing from west to east of the region and connecting the cities of Yuryevets – Kineshma – Vichuga – Rodniki – Ivanovo – Teikovo and the western village of Ilyinskoye-Khovanskoye. The reconstruction of the Kovrov-Shuya-Kineshma highway and the construction of the Zavolzhsk-Ostrovskoye highway are in progress. After the construction is completed, it will be possible to have a new direct exit from the central regions of Russia through Shuya, Rodniki, Kineshma to the northern transport corridor.
Yurievets district – Located in the northeast of the Ivanovo region. The area of the district is 860 km².
It borders in the west and northwest on the Kineshma district of the Ivanovo region, in the southwest on the Lukhsky district of the Ivanovo region, in the south on the Puchezhsky district of the Ivanovo region. The border in the east with the Nizhny Novgorod region runs along the Gorky reservoir, in the north – with the Kostroma region.
Yuryevets County has been known since the time of Ivan the Terrible. In 1708, the county was abolished, and the city of Yuryevets was assigned to the Kazan province. In 1713, Yurievets went to the Nizhny Novgorod province. In 1727, the county as part of the Nizhny Novgorod province of the Nizhny Novgorod province was restored. In 1778, the county was assigned to the Kostroma governorship. In 1796, the Kostroma governorship was transformed into the Kostroma province, and the territory of the abolished Lukhsky district became part of the Yuryevets district. In 1918, the county was transferred to the newly formed Ivanovo-Voznesensk province. In 1924, the Rodnikovsky district was separated from the county.
Water resources: rivers and rivers flowing into the Volga in the segment from Kineshma to Yuryevets have retained Finno-Finnish names: Kineshma, Tomna, Mera, Yolnat, Nodoga, Pichuga, Sharma, Shacha, Shileksha, Yundoksa, Yukhma, etc.
Point of interest: Yuryevets Historical and Art Museum