Fabulous Custom Home on 30.49 AC. Designed as a B & B but is now occupied as a private residence. Borders NATIONAL FOREST to the West! The home is situated high up on a ridge overlooking the entire Sulphur Springs Valley. The west property line is just below Cochise's St...
Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
hade Valley Camp Resort Owner - Retirement Real Estate - Campground Venue Auction
Friday, September 8, 2017 - 1:00 PM (MT)
Auction Location: Sturgis, SD
SHADE VALLEY CAMP RESORT
Located Within the Shadows-Edge of Bear Butte
East of Legendary Sturgis, SD alon...
With history and heritage tracing back hundreds of years, the Texas ranch lifestyle is like no other. Texas ranches for sale epitomize the idea of "legendary living," and the ranches listed for sale in Childress County are no exception. Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of ranches for sale in Childress County ($89,370) was cheaper than the statewide average for Texas ranches for sale. The average size of ranches for sale in Childress County (196 acres) was also less than the state average for Texas ranches for sale. Of the 20 ranches for sale in Childress County, Texas, the most expensive ranch for sale cost $774,000. Browse all Childress County ranches for sale on Lands of America to find the ranch that's right for your business or commercial needs, from the sprawling legacy ranch to unbelievable residential ranch for your second home, investment property or retirement nest egg.
Land for sale including Ranches in Childress County Texas
The Castleberry/Hart ranch is a wildlife heaven only 3 miles from the Childress city limits. Spend the night in Childress, and you are only a step away from your property. Everyone wants peace and quiet, no traffic, quick getaway, and wildlife everywhere. You can have it all in this Castleberry/Hart ranch. Lets go take a look!
Wildlife includes whitetail and mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs, coyotes, and other varmints.
A highlight is that the ranch has been owned by the same family for 5 decades as a farming and cattle operation . It has had very little hunting pressure for all those years.
The road to the property stops at the gate, so there is one way in and one way out.
There are numerous possible home sites on the
LOOKING for a ranch with lots of topography?? Shores Creek Ranch has plenty of topography from one end to the other. Shores creek runs north to south on the west side of the property which has water most of the time. This unique ranch moves from sloping to rolling then drops off into draws running along the creek that provides excellent cover for wildlife.
Wildlife can include whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, hogs, bobcats, also other varmits. Quail have become more abundant over the last three years in the Childress area.
One nice pond along the dammed creek on the south side has been there for many years. The creek and pond serve as watering holes for the wildlife.
This ranch has 239 acres of CRP expiring in 2
The Lee Farm is located in Childress County, in the Southeast corner of the Texas Panhandle, East of the city of Childress. Easily accessible, this location is South of US 287 and has county-maintained roads on all four sides; this property could make the perfect homestead, become a solid addition to an existing farming operation, or serve as an investment that generates consistent annual crop lease income. It has panoramic views in all directions, but especially from its highest point on the Southeast corner of the property. The Lee Farm is mostly cultivated, with soil types such as Abilene Clay Loam, Westview Clay Loam, and Vernon-Waymouth Clay Loam, allowing the new owner to grow many types of crops.
The cultivated acres, curren
Talk about topography change! This 720 +/- acre ranch is located in the rolling hills north of Childress, just 2.5 miles south of the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River. With over 200' of elevation change across it, the ranch feels much bigger than it is.
It consists of two tracts that join each other: 155 +/- acres on the east side with easy access via Highway 83, and a 565 acre block of pasture to the west that is accessed from the 155 acre tract only. Other than the four fields, which total 105 acres, the land has solid tree cover, including mostly mesquites and scattered hackberries. This is a primo deer habitat, with various native grasses, bedding areas, and food sources. Wild plum thickets, ragweed, and bluestem provide a gre
Benjamin Belew & Beau ByarsLegacy Properties
$750,000600 acresFm 2638 & Co Rd CC, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
300 acres +- pasture and 300 +- acres of wheat or cotton land-East line is FM 2638 North East line approximately CC Rd BB and FM 2638-continue to CC Rd BB SE line-pasture located on West Side of Section 472 cultivation on East side of Sec 472- some minerals will convey - two tenants in possession one for pasture and another for cultivation-excellent access
Diane MashburnMashburn Realty and Investment
$607,050639 acresF M 1033, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
639 acres is in Childress County east of Childress, Texas with FM 1033 road frontage.
This ranch is perfect for recreation and running cattle with pens in place and cross fences. There is approximately 123 acres of cropland, and 517 acres of native range land. The fences are good to excellent.
Wet weather creeks run throughout the property with grasses in excellent condition. Rural water is available on F.M. 1033 which is very accessible to the ranch. I have seen numerous deer, turkey, and quail on this place.
The crop land is an advantage as food plots for wildlife. Electricity is on site at the corrals. There is a small amount of cedar on the south end. Mesquite and hackberry make up the majority of the brush species.
The Tarver Ranch consists of 480 acres with good wildlife cover and approximately 202 acres in CRP with the remainder in native range land. Topography is gentle slope . A drive around the property one will find lots of grass, birds, and deer. Wildlife in this area include whitetail deer, , quail, dove, and hogs.
The property is located in northern Childress County, Texas off Highway 62 on CR 24 approximately 1.5 miles south.
Perimeter fences are good, and electricity is available.
A rural water meter is in place.
The Tarver Ranch is REMOTE but Hollis, Oklahoma is only 6 miles away as the crow flies.
Please call for your private showing!
$1050 an acre
Danny HavinsDavis Vernon Real Estate
$494,225373 acresCR U, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
Rolling 373 acre property, located in Childress County. Whether your a whitetail deer enthusiast or love to watch dogs work quail, this ranch is worth a look. Located just north of Kirkland, TX just east of Childress, TX 79201. The terrain is rolling with many draws and a good seasonal creek. Fences are in excellent shape if the owner chooses to run some livestock. There are hardwoods, oak etc, throughout the property In addition mesquite and scrub brush provide excellent cover for wildlife. The ranch also offers good CR frontage for easy access. The soil is predominantly sandy loam. Electricity is available. Due to rolling nature of the property there are several viewing vistas of the countryside.
Matt McLemoreMossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division
I have for sale 325 acre farm total, about 100 acres could be farmed, it has 2 stock wells 1 is new it pumps 60 GPM 260ft deep, fences are good 2/3 around and 1/3 could be replaced, but they do hold cattle, it would also make a good hunting property. I believe I own 95% minerals. Any questions call John 806-930-3049
Price is 1250.00 per acre
Minerals come with sale at full price.
The property is located approximately 23 miles northeast of Childress, Texas. Amarillo, Texas, is just under an hour to the northwest of the property and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is just under 3 hours to the northeast.
A quarter section of prime recreational CRP ground in northern Childress County, Texas. Property was enrolled in CRP in 2012 and has very good established grass. Irrigated farmland surrounds the land, though water potential in unknown at this time for the section.
There is an old windmill site in the northwest corner of the property. Potential is unknown at this time.
Childress County is known for its prime hunting and this propert
Craig CooperTriangle Realty
$230,000211.01 acresFM 2530, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
PRICE IS FIRM.
DESCRIPTION: 211.01 acres, more or less, dry land farm with a few small patches in native grass, brush and trees. New five strand barbwire perimeter fence being built. Acreage this close to town does not become available very often. Several locations to build a new home, barns, arena, etc. Buy it all, then consider subdividing into a few 5-10 acre new home tracts, farm it all, put in grass and run cattle. There are many options on this acreage.
LOCATION: On the southeast edge of the city of Childress with FM 2530 frontage as well as Avenue K SE / CO RD Y frontage.
LEGAL: 211.01 acres, more or less, in the E/2 of Section 577, Block H, W & NW Ry. Co. Survey, Childress County, Texas
TOPOGRAPHY: Gently sloping wit
This 200 acre property with good wildlife, consists of 61 acres of native country, and 139 acres of wheat ground with a wet weather creek. The 61 acres cuts the cultivation up making nice food plots for wildlife. Outside fences are good and there is one small pond. Next to the pond is a water well with submersible pump. County roads are on two sides making it accessible. There is one oil well on the property.
Wildlife include: Deer , Turkey, Dove, Hogs, and other wildlife
Water: one water well w/ submersible pump, small pond
Vegetation: Native grasses, Mesquite, Hackberry, Elm, Lotebush
$950 an acre
DESCRIPTION: 160 acres, more or less, located about 14.5 miles northeast of Childress on County Road R approximtely 3 miles south of Prairie Dog Town Fork of Red River near Garden Valley. All acres are in Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) with plumbush, brush, some hardwoods, some shinnery and a few large trees, providing excellent cover for wildlife. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, and varmints. In 2009 the record whitetail buck for Childress County was taken on this place. There is little hunting pressure in this area as the large KM Waters Ranch joins across the County Roads to the west and north.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 160 acres: All of NW/4 of Section 432, Block H, W & NW Ry. Co. Survey, Childress County, Tex
Chad HollandChad Holland Real Estate
$146,750146.75 acresChildress, TX79201 - Childress County
This 146.75 acres is made up of 116.8 acres of CRP, and the remainder of the land is in native range land consisting of big draws and a creek with a few springs.
CRP expires in 2023. Grasses included in the CRP are old world bluestem, and side oats grama.
The CRP and native range land supports all kinds of wildlife. This wildlife includes deer, turkey, quail, hogs and other varmits! Draws, and brush provide good cover for wildlife.
The property is not fenced.
Electricity is available.
Seller will convey 1/2 of the minerals owned to buyer with an acceptable contract.
Asking price is $1000 an acre.
Call Danny for your private showing!
Danny HavinsDavis Vernon Real Estate
$4,800,0004,000 acresChildress, TX79201 - Childress County
Oldham Goodwin is pleased to present an extremely rare opportunity to acquire over 611 acres of prime hunting and ranching property just north of the Red River in the Texas Panhandle. The Circle B Ranch boasts a multitude of unique qualities for outdoor enthusiasts and Texas land and cattle barons alike. Upon entering the gates of this hunters paradise, you are welcomed with a quaint brick cabin surrounded by rows of pine trees planted along the entrance of the property. With its rolling terrain, numerous water sources, and abundance of cover the Circle B Ranch proves the ideal ranch for hunters and wildlife.
Whitetail game ranch located 11.5 miles north of Childress
Approximately three hours from the Dallas-Fort Wo
Jeremy RichmondOldham Goodwin Group, LLC
$240,000160 acresCounty Rd 5, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
160 ACRES SW OF CHILDRESS
(100 acres of W.W. Spar Improved grass and 40 acres of native grass and trees). Off of FM Rd 94 apx. 9 miles SW of Childress, Tx. Excellent grazing for cattle, horses and the wildlife (whitetail and mule deer, wild hogs, turkey, dove, quail and other varmints). Fenced and on a county maintained road. Boxcar for storage and solar well, spring and creek. This is an excellent cattle/hunting/recreational ranch.
The owner has 162 acres across the county road to the North for sale. For more information and to make appointment to see call 940-704-1067.
Susy SmithSmith Realty
$176,000160 acresFM 94 CR 5, Childress, TX79201 - Childress County
160 Acre Farm Southwest of Childress, Tx. on county maintained road. 140 Acres in the CRP program for 6 more years. Buyer receiving apx. $35.00 per acre per year and would convey to buyer. Minerals are negotiable.
Shores Creek runs to south of property. Red River water line runs along boundary. Lots of wildlife, deer, turkey, wild hogs, quail, dove, coons, coyotes, rabbits, and other native birds. This property would be a great site for a cabin or a permanent home.