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Southeast Region, NE
LandWatch has hundreds of farms, ranches and other rural acreage for sale in Nebraska's Southeast region, including farms, ranches, land for homesites, land auctions and more. Based on recent LandWatch data, Nebraska's Southeast region ranks fifth in the state for its total acreage currently for sale. LandWatch recently had $37 million of land listings and rural property for sale in Southeast region, a slight decrease compared to last month. This covers a total of 4,577 acres of land for sale. The average price of land and ranches for sale here is $276,577, a 6 percent increase compared to data last month.

The Nebraska Southeast region includes the area in the southeastern corner of the state, with the exception of the Metro region. It borders Missouri to the east and Kansas to the south. The largest city in the region is Beatrice, with other large cities including Aurora, York, Seward, Nebraska City, Auburn, Fairbury and Falls City.

There are several state protected areas in the region, including Rock Creek Station State Historical Park, Indian Cave State Park, Blue River State Recreation Area, and Arbor Lodge State Park, the estate of J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day, and includes the mansion, a carriage house, several gardens and an arboretum, a log cabin and a trail visitors can enjoy. Homestead National Monument of America is in the region, featuring interactive exhibits, tallgrass prairie, pioneer school, cabin which chronical immigration, migration and American Indian cultures altered by the Homestead Act. Some other outdoor recreation attractions in the region include Big Indian NRD Recreation Area, Crystal Springs Park, featuring three lakes for fishing and RV or tent camping, Little Blue River Trail and Fairbury Dam, Wirth Brothers Lake and Park, Legion Memorial Park, Rotary Lake, the Furnas Arboretum, Steamboat Trace Trail, River Country Nature Center and Burchard Lake. Some additional attractions in the region include Great Plains Welsh Heritage and Culture Centre Museum and Pleasant View Schoolhouse Museum, Nemaha Valley Museum, Flatwater Folk Art Museum, Beatrice Speedway, Old Freighter's Museum, Kregel Windmill Museum, the only known surviving historic windmill factory in the country and Wilber Czech Museum.

Much of Southeast Nebraska is agricultural, with some small manufacturers, retail businesses, and healthcare services. Southeast Nebraska Development District supports business-owners in the region, and many of the small cities have their own chambers of commerce or economic development organizations. There are eight vineyards in the region, which are part of the Southeast Nebraska Winery Trail. There are a small number of higher education institutions in Southeast Nebraska, including Concordia University, Doane University, Peru State College, York College and Southeast Community College.

Otoe County is located in the western part of Southeast Nebraska, and borders Missouri to the west and the Missouri River. It is named after the Otoe Indian Tribe who were indigenous to the area. Nebraska City is the largest city and the county seat, and Syracuse is the other city in the county. There are less than 10 other villages and census-designated places. The county is largely agricultural, with rolling hills and rich soil, with primary crops being corn, soybeans, milo (grain sorghum), wheat, other grain crops and apples. Beef cattle is the primary livestock produced, due to grains grown in the area being excellent sources of feed. University of Nebraska-Lincoln has an extension in Otoe County, which contributes greatly to its economic development. Otoe county is home of the origin of Arbor Day, and features Arbor Lodge State Historical Site, the estate of the founder of Arbor Day. Some other attractions in the county include Civil War Veterans Museum and GAR Hall, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Kregel Windmill Museum, Mayhew Cabin and John Brown's Cave, Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Center, River Country Nature Center, Steamboat Trace Trail, Wildwood Historic Home and Art Gallery and four golf courses. There are also several small-town festivals and celebrations, such as Germanfest and Apple Jack Festival, as well as unique restaurants, bars and shopping in many of the villages.

Nemaha County is also located in the western part of Southeast Nebraska, just south of Otoe County, and also borders Missouri and the Missouri River to the west. Auburn is the largest city and the county seat, Peru is the other city in the county, and there are less than 10 other villages and unincorporated communities. The county is also separated into 13 precincts, which are similar to townships. As with much of the region, the county is primarily agricultural. Auburn's Economic Development Council makes efforts to promote manufacturing, cultural tourism, workforce education and entrepreneurship in the area. University of Nebraska-Lincoln also has an extension in Nemaha County. Cooper Nuclear Station is located in Nemaha County, the largest single-unit electrical generator in the state. Peru is home to Peru State College, the first and oldest institution in Nebraska, on a beautiful 104 -acre campus known as the "Campus of a Thousand Oaks." Some attractions in Nemaha County include Indian Cave State Park, the Steamboat Trace Trail, Rotary Island, featuring Optimist Lake, an excellent place for fishing, Boettner Park, featuring 1854 Didier Log Cabin and a Civil War Memorial Marker, Governor Furnas Arboretum and Whisky Run Creek Nature Trail, Flatwater Folk Art Museum, the Bailey House, built of brick manufactured in one of the three brick factories in early Brownville, and and Legion Memorial Park. There are several other wildlife management areas for hunting and fishing along the Missouri and Nemaha Rivers.

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