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40.2 Acre Ranch just 17 miles from Walsenburg, Colorado with unobstructed views of the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Cristo, Silver and Greenhorn Mountains.
Drive up access to the property, which is located on the gravel Schoo...
944 Ac. Horse/Cattle Ranch,4 homes,runs 300 cows, many improvements. Everything you need for your horse and cattle operation.
PRICE REDUCED!!! $2,850,000.00
Animal Units: 300 cows
Location: Pontotoc County, OK, 6 miles N.W. of Ada, 65 miles S.E. o...
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...
The 11889 acre Dos Angeles Ranch is located just 12 miles Southwest of Bracketville, Texas in Kinney County. The life blood of the ranch is provided by 3 miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property in a southwesterly direction. Over time, the water ...
Briscoe County is located in Texas. The county covers 902 square miles (577,050 acres), representing zero percent of the state. Of Texas's 254 counties, Briscoe County ranks 240th in terms of the size of its population (1,505, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 282 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Briscoe County at $1,261 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $476,589 (the most expensive listing being for $2.3 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Briscoe County was 53 acres. Land for sale in Briscoe County totaled 3,402 acres and $4.3 million in overall land value, with the city of Quitaque featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in Briscoe County.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Briscoe County Texas
Barrel & Indian Creek Ranch
Location: The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is located approximately 65 linear miles southeast of Amarillo, Texas, and 8 linear miles east of Silverton, Texas. The property contains over 50 square miles and offers some of the most stunning views of the scenic Palo Duro Canyon from all parts of the property.
Acres: 32,041.57 Acres
Terrain: The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is situated primarily within the Palo Duro Canyon. As the second-largest canyon system in the United States, the Palo Duro Canyon is roughly 120 miles long and has an average width of 6 miles, but reaches widths of 20 miles at places.
Due to the nature of the canyon, the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch offers an extremely diverse topog
The property is located in central Briscoe County about 90 minutes southeast of Amarillo, Texas and about 90 minutes northeast of Lubbock, Texas.
Arnold Ranch is situated on a wide mesa with stunning views of the surrounding canyon terrain. While there is steep ground on the northern portion of the ranch, the majority of the land is flat allowing for the development of cattle ranching. +/-112 acres of the +/-874 are under wheat cultivation. Additionally, there are pens and corrals built that include an open face shed and shop. It is the hunting on the property that is very unique with its location on the edge of the canyon. The wide variety of wildlife that can be seen on the property include a
JT and Jaime HaynesTriangle Realty
$360,000240 acresQuitaque, TX79255 - Briscoe County
This property is located in the southeast corner of Briscoe County on the Briscoe and Motley County line. Amarillo, Texas, is about 100 miles northwest of the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 89 miles southwest.
Great hunting property in Briscoe County, Texas. +/-97.53 acres of dryland farming and +/- 120.6 acres enrolled in CRP, and the rest shelter belts and grassland. This property offers it all! Plowed ground creates the opportunity to develop food plots, great for attracting a variety of wildlife. However, property has a current cotton harvest. A shelter belt in combination with natural brush cover provide a place for deer and quail to feel protected. Located near wild and native can