The City of Shawnee is one of the fastest growing cities in Johnson County. Its highly desirable
location near Interstates I-35 and I-435 provides an ideal setting for diverse, well-planned
neighborhoods, vibrant shopping centers, and prosperous businesses. It is home to B...
Silver Creek Cove Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes area of the Texas Hill Country. It is approximately 50 miles northwest of Austin, 100 miles north of San Antonio, and 160 miles southwest of Dallas. The ranch is accessible via US Highway 2341, about 17 miles northwest...
1700+/-ft cypress-lined Medina River frontage plus 2-2 home, great outside patio for entertaining, pool, barns, fenced and cross fenced for livestock, ideal for grazing cattle, horses or other livestock, abundant native wildlife, living in the country, but located in town. T...
BEYOND INCREDIBLE is a 62 acre ranch located in Apache Creek, NM and is truly magical with all of its unique attributes. From the mesa top with petroglyphs you can see forever over the lush green meadows graced with huge ponderosa trees to the mountains miles away! The property corners into the Tularosa River.
The topsoil is estimated to be 20 feet deep and is sub-irrigated with the Tularosa River valley water. This property is perfect for an organic farm or a one of a kind ranch retreat (corporate or personal).
The property has an amazing well that pumps in excess of 200 gpm. Nine (9) acre feet of irrigation water rights transfer with sale the property.
There is an older home that is in partial renovation, a shop, and an e
Mary E. GreiertOpen Range Real Estate, LLC
$199,00010.52 acres1 Bed | 2 Baths | 780 sqft165 Apache Park Lane, Apache Creek, NM87830 - Catron County
"APACHE PARK CABIN" just 3 miles from Apache Creek, New Mexico you will find this handsome 1 bedroom cabin /2 baths. Nestled in the pines on a hillside this 780 sq. foot cabin is a perfect get away.
Easy access to the Gila National forest, where you can hike, horseback ride, and enjoy nature.
This cabin would make a wonderful hunting cabin, a summer place or a year round home. Gorgeous views off the deck.
With a 36 x 30 shop and several utility buildings that can house your hay, tack, tools, and vehicles.
Enough property to stable your horses on this 10.52 acres. There is a round pen, two paddocks and tack room for your horse stuff.
Phone, internet service, electricity this is a home away from home. In addition, there
A RIVER RUNS THRU IT . . . offers 13.16 acres of pristine mountain meadows with knee deep meadow grasses and wildflowers. The lands are dotted by ponderosa pine, oak, and cottonwood trees.
Gorgeous building sites. Easy access and utilities available.
Beautiful views of neighboring mountains with a backdrop to the Gila National Forest. You will feel a million miles away from anyone and anything.
Asking Price for the 13.16 acres is only $150,000!
Mary E. GreiertOpen Range Real Estate, LLC
$130,00012.58 acres62 Sand Canyon Road, Apache Creek, NM87830 - Catron County
SAND CANYON EYRIE is located in Apache Creek, NM
The name Sand Canyon Eyire comes from the experience you will have when hiking Lot #1 Sand Canyon. It offers lofted 360 degree views from Eagle Peak to Apache Mountain, including the dramatic Apache Creek Valley. Absolutely spectacular views.
Sand Canyon Eyire has 12.578 acres and 1/4 mile of its boundary is bordering the Gila National Forest for a playground of an additional 3.3 million acres! Perfect for hikers, horse backers, hunters, or any outdoor enthusiast!
Asking Price for "Sand Canyon Eyrie" is only $130,000
Nestled beneath the summits of Fox Mountain and Gallo Peak (guy-yo), in the Apache-Sitgraves National Forest, lies the Gallo Mountain Ranch. Encompassed by a unique recreational dreamland that embraces trophy big game hunting, abundant fishing, and endless riding and hiking trails, Gallo Mountain Ranch is situated at a cool summer 7,500 feet within an expanse of forested timber, open meadows, and a myriad of spring-fed creeks. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a breathtaking and productive working cattle ranch as well as an outdoorsmans paradise.
No wonder the majority of ancient Anasazi, or Tularosa Native Americans (which once numbered over 3,000 in this area) choose this ranch as their home for centuries. Native medicinal and edible plants ab