Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
PROPERTY IN FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS WINE REGION
Beautiful rolling hills, great views, large hardwood trees. The property is ready for weekend cabin or main home site. Abundant Wildlife, White Tail Deer, Axis Deer, Wild Hogs, Turkey. Additional acreage available.
NE TX Cattle & Horse Ranch, runs 500 cows, 4BR/5 Bath home.
1698 +/- ACRES N.E. Texas Cattle and Horse Ranch. Will run 500 cows & calves and produces all the hay you need.
Price: $ 3,495 per acre
Animal Units: Runs 500 cows and calves.
Ellis County is a county in Oklahoma. It covers 1,232 square miles (788,442 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of the 77 counties in Oklahoma, Ellis County ranks 73rd in terms of the size of its population (4,231, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Oklahoma. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Ellis County at $1,094 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $175,000 and the median land-parcel size was 160 acres. Land for sale in Ellis County totaled 160 acres and $175,000 in overall land value, with the city of Shattuck featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Ellis County.
Land for sale including Ranches in Ellis County Oklahoma
Here’s a unique hunting tract that will hunt much larger than its size. It has a primary creek bottom that runs the entire length of the tract with a smaller creek intersecting in the middle. The creek bottoms are lined with various hardwoods including towering Cottonwoods, Elms, Locusts, and China Berrys to name a few. There’s excessive tree/brush cover throughout the northern 80% of the tract and it’s choked full of deer and turkey. The tract lies in the extreme western edge of Oklahoma, only 3 miles from the Texas border. It holds some of the best cover in the whole region, which is hard to come-by this far west. In-turn holding extremely high numbers of deer and turkey. The creek edges have excellent