100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
1,428+/- Acres offered in 10 Tracts Ranging in Size from 2.5+/- to 319.5+/- Acres Secluded Lodge Style Country Home Potential Building Sites Pasture Tillable Land Grazing Creek Woodland Wildlife Hunting & Recreation Northeast of Eau Claire Northwest of Wausau Onl...
122 acres more or less, working ranch for sale in Angelina Co., TX
If you are wanting to get out of town and live the country life on a place with a view and some cows, look no further. This is an extremely well maintained working cattle ranch with a beautiful 3bd/2bth, log...
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...
Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of recreational property for sale in Grant County ($177,125) was cheaper than the statewide average for New Mexico recreational property for sale. The average size of recreational property for sale in Grant County (571 acres) was also less than the state average for New Mexico recreational property for sale. Browse all recreational property for sale in Grant County to find the recreational tract that suits your lifestyle needs, from hunting and fishing properties for the outdoor enthusiast to undeveloped acreage ready for future residential-property development.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Grant County New Mexico
This property is situated in the lower region of the Gila National Forest, in Mule Creek, NM. The owner of this forest inholding will revel in its unique combination of both seclusion and easy access. Readily approached via state highway and county maintained road, it enjoys the aura of remoteness usually only found in unreachable sites.
Nestled in a small valley in the foothills of Brushy Mountain, the property was homesteaded by the Thygerson family in 1888 and remained in the family until the mid 20th century. Part of the home encompasses the original adobe home; the newer section was added in the late 1980s.
The house is well hidden by the foliage of black walnut trees in the growing season and blends with the n