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$1,900,000 956 acres 5 Beds | 2 Baths | 2400 sqft
7305 ? hWY 208, Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

Yellow Wolf Creek

Great cattle/Game ranch, High Fenced, New 5 bed room 2 bath Modular home, full covered porch with view of ranch from the home is on top of mountain. New shop building with covered parking. Great covered working pens, Scales. Cultivation planted. Yellow Wolf Creek runs through property.
Wesley Crooks Ranch Realty
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$1,791,000 995 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1200 sqft
Friendship Road, Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

Friendship Road Ranch

Coordinates Lat 31.9549N Long100.5508 W To entry Gate. Nice Cabin with new Plumbing, Wiring, A/C , complete remodeled. Several Water Wells, Very scenic with changes in elevation over looking large wheat field and Cabin. Old but usable barn with working pens. New High fence.
Wesley Crooks Ranch Realty
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$1,700,000 775 acres 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1050 sqft
Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

Rogers Game Ranch

Highly improved high fenced game Ranch. Nice home Great roads, Large 40x80 insulated 50 x 100 shop with large covered parking for equipment on 2 sides. Break room building for ranch hands. Sever water wells , some with solar pumps. To many features to LIST. Zebra, Blackbuck, Oryx, Sika, Genetic improved white tail deer, Gems Buck, Audad, Turkey , Doves, Quail. This is the one to look at to appreciate.
Wesley Crooks Ranch Realty
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$250,000 93 acres 640 sqft
Hwy. 208 & Exxon Rd., Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

Steel Property

93 Acres with cabin, water well, excellent hunting, fenced. Entry on 208 and Exxon Rd. Native brush, water trough, windmill, storage tank with pump (3200 gallon). 2 Sea containers, 9 donkeys. Priced at $2,300. per acre.
Wesley Crooks Ranch Realty
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$152,285 43.51 acres
Edith, TX 76945 - Coke County

43.51 Acres Water Well and Electric- Owner Financed

Own this ranch today for as little as $7614 down and $1258 per month. Many different tracts available ranging from 17 to 60+ acres. Pecan Springs Ranch is located in Coke County, 8 miles west of Robert Lee off Highway 158. Pecan Creek runs through the ranch. This creek is a seasonal creek which flows in the early part of the year and gradually diminishes to isolated pools of water during the end of summer. The water levels and flow varies with the yearly rainfall. Pecan Springs Ranch has several tracts which border Lake E. V. Spence. The lake is currently at 10.6% capacity (3,500 surface acres). There has not been water in the portion of the lake which borders Pecan Springs Ranch for over 20 years. The lake bed which borders the ranch b
Cody Tuck Ranch Enterprises Ltd.
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$127,314 56.71 acres
Edith, TX 76956 - Coke County

Pecan Springs Ranch Creek Front

This piece is perfect for farming and growing crops. It has a well on the property and also has an open tank in the middle of the 56 acres! This is great hunting land as well. Pecan Springs Ranch is located in Coke County, 8 miles west of Robert Lee off Highway 158. Pecan Creek runs through the ranch. This creek is a seasonal creek which flows in the early part of the year and gradually diminishes to isolated pools of water during the end of summer. The water levels and flow varies with the yearly rainfall. Pecan Springs Ranch has several tracts which border Lake E. V. Spence. The lake is currently at 10.6% capacity (3,500 surface acres). There has not been water in the portion of the lake which borders Pecan Springs Ranch for 20 years. The
Travis Tuck
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$107,760 31.28 acres
Edith, TX 76945 - Coke County

Pecan Springs Ranch Creek Front

Pecan Springs Ranch is located in Coke County, 8 miles west of Robert Lee off Highway 158. Pecan Creek runs through the ranch. This creek is a seasonal creek which flows in the early part of the year and gradually diminishes to isolated pools of water during the end of summer. The water levels and flow varies with the yearly rainfall. Pecan Springs Ranch has several tracts which border Lake E. V. Spence. The lake is currently at 10.6% capacity (3,500 surface acres). There has not been water in the portion of the lake which borders Pecan Springs Ranch for 20 years. The lake bed which borders the ranch belongs to the Colorado River Municipal Water District. All purchasers whose land borders this property can use it for recreational purposes.
Travis Tuck
$93,695 30.77 acres
Edith, TX 76945 - Coke County

Pecan Springs Ranch Creek Front

This piece has a well, barns and numerous pens for livestock or storage. Pecan Springs Ranch is located in Coke County, 8 miles west of Robert Lee off Highway 158. Pecan Creek runs through the ranch. This creek is a seasonal creek which flows in the early part of the year and gradually diminishes to isolated pools of water during the end of summer. The water levels and flow varies with the yearly rainfall. Pecan Springs Ranch has several tracts which border Lake E. V. Spence. The lake is currently at 10.6% capacity (3,500 surface acres). There has not been water in the portion of the lake which borders Pecan Springs Ranch for 20 years. The lake bed which borders the ranch belongs to the Colorado River Municipal Water District. All purchaser
Travis Tuck
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$74,870 21.09 acres
Edith, TX 76945 - Coke County

21.09 acres- Water Well and Electric- Owner Financing Available

Pecan Springs Ranch is located in Coke County, 8 miles west of Robert Lee off Highway 158. Pecan Creek runs through the ranch. This creek is a seasonal creek which flows in the early part of the year and gradually diminishes to isolated pools of water during the end of summer. The water levels and flow varies with the yearly rainfall. Pecan Springs Ranch has several tracts which border Lake E. V. Spence. The lake is currently at 10.6% capacity (3,500 surface acres). There has not been water in the portion of the lake which borders Pecan Springs Ranch for over 20 years. The lake bed which borders the ranch belongs to the Colorado River Municipal Water District. All purchasers whose land borders this property can use it for recreational purpo
Cody Tuck Ranch Enterprises Ltd.
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$3,367,560 1,122 acres
Bronte, TX 76933 - Coke County

1,122 acres Bronte, TX

HUNTING & RANCHING This ranch is very scenic, with large hills located on the Northerly and Westerly sides. It can b e used as a working and/or hunting ranch. The entire tract is High-fenced with Static 50 fence, post are 4 1/2 inch Fiberglass post cemented every 20' with steel post located between the fiberglass post. The property is stocked as follows: 1- Small Elk Herd consisting of One (1) Large Bull, Two (2) younger Bulls, Three (3) Yearling Bulls, Ten (10)cows plus off-springs. 2- Approximately 35 to 40 Axis Deer(some should be trophy class in the spring of 2014). 3- Five (5) or more Barasingha (India Deer), One (1) Large Bull, One (1)Yearling Bull, Two (2) cows plus off-springs. 4- Fifteen (15) whitetail does have been in
Joe R. Ash Ash Real Estate
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$1,512,000 1,120 acres
Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

1,120 acres Robert Lee, TX

HUNTERS PARADISE FOR WHITETAIL DEER, TURKEYS, DOVE AND QUAIL. This tract of land consists of 1120 acres with many elevation changes. Large mountains on and surrounding the entire tract. Part of the property has been cleared and reseeded in the past several years. The center portion of the land is relatively flat to rolling hills wit a good cover of grasses considering the drought conditions that we are now experiencing. Fencing is in good repair, with cross fencing in place. Surface tanks (dry at present time). The views are great. This ranch has been used for livestock purposes for many years and is presently being part of a larger ranching operation. Heavy cover for wildlife, mostly cedar and mesquite. Remote with the only entra
Joe R. Ash Ash Real Estate
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$443,000 316.5 acres
Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

316.5 acres Robert Lee, TX

This 316.5 acre tract of land, which has 56.8 acres of farm land, along with several small tract that can be used for food plots for deer & etc. Surface of the land is flat to rolling hills. Medium to heavy cover consisting of mostly mesquite and cedar. Good hunting with easy access to the property from St. Hwy. #158 or from a county road on the West side of this tract. One (1) water well serviced by a windmill and two (2) surface tanks. Water is also avilable on the West side from a rural water line. Electricity on the property. Fences are new on the East line, with good to fair on the remainder. Seller will convey 25% of all owned minerals, royalty and executive rights. No wind rights are being conveyed. TERMS- Cash or convention
Joe R. Ash Ash Real Estate
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$362,700 201.5 acres
Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

201.5 acres Robert Lee, TX

The property is located approximately one-half mile West of Robert Lee, Texas with highway frontage along the North side. The Colorado River is the South side of the property. Mess Box Creek enters said property at the Northwest corner and meanders through the property to the Southeast corner. Mess Box Creek is a live water creek that runs during the year with average rainfall. Under normal conditions the water from the Colorado River back up the creek at the Southeast corner causing a long hole of water being approximately 6 to 8 feet deep. The creek on the northwest side of the property provides an excellent recreational area. COUNTY: Coke SIZE: 201.5 acres, more or less LOCATION: Approximately one-half mile West of Robert
Joe R. Ash Ash Real Estate
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$109,000 54.1 acres
Silver Loop, Robert Lee, TX 76945 - Coke County

54.1 acres Robert Lee, TX

PRICE REDUCED FROM $119,000 TO $109,000 AS OF 6/04/2017 A nice piece of property off the beaten path. Good hunting, recreation or to build home. It has a good county-maintained blacktop road to the property. It has one functioning water well with good water. It is on a submersible pump but I do not know the GPM. Depth is 220 ft. I know when the house was there, it supported it sufficiently, plus livestock watering. Two more, older wells (marked on the map) were last used somewhere around the early to mid 1970s. One was very good water and the other was very gypy. The east well (far right) is the functioning well. The older, good water well is the west one (far left) with windmill tower, and the middle is the gypy one. There is electricity
Bobby Millican