Sierra Highlands Ranch
Northern Arizona land for sale, unchanged and unspoiled. Sierra Highlands Ranch is a majestic wilderness land set amid lush stands of pinon and juniper woodlands, sweeping valleys carpeted with colorful wildflowers and is home to free roaming elk, ...
Approx 1 mile of Lampasas river.
Approx 1/4 mile a beautiful springfed Sulphur Creek
Main dwelling less than five years old. Approximately 3200 ft.
100-year-old German style limestone home-remodeled
Custom built cabin with a fireplace on the creek.
Highway 190 fronta...
3900 sq ft Stone house situated above a one acre lake. Of matching materials and craftsmanship is a7,100 sq ft 8 horse stall barn with generous stalls, hot and cold wash racks, saddle room, living quarters/ office space and excellent turnouts. Ideally the bar...
This exceptional 39 acres is the last remaining tract out of Maple Ridge Farm. The former owner was unable to continue working the farm due to declining health and liquidated the farm to avoid foreclosure. This is the last chance to obtain a piece of this stunning farm at ...
Texas's 904-square-mile Hall County covers less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Hall County ranks 227th in terms of the size of its population (3,138, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 390 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land and acreage for sale in Hall County at $1,212 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $830,454 (the most expensive listing being for $4.5 million) and the median land-parcel size was 487 acres. Land for sale in Hall County totaled 11,644 acres and $14.1 million in overall land value, with the city of Memphis 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 Hall County.
Land for sale including Farms in Hall County Texas
This Auction is scheduled for Thursday, February 16th at 2:00 pm at the Donley Co. Activity Center, 4430 Hwy 70 in Clarendon, Texas. Registration will begin at 1:00 pm.
Irrigated Farmland - Dryland Farmland - Native Grassland - Wildlife Habitat
This property is unique and diverse. There are a total of 990.6 + acres of land in Hall County, Texas, consisting of rolling cultivated land, rough native grass with mesquite and other brush, and irrigated land. This is a very good hunting property with whitetail deer and mule deer. All fences and cross fences are in good to very good condition and appear to be less than 10 years old.
We will offer this property in three individual surface tracts. You can buy one individual tract, a combination
George Clift, ALCClift Land Brokers
$1,082,2771,202.5 acresTurkey, TX79261 - Hall County
This is a really nice ranch with excellent access. There are two tracts of land very close in proximity. There are151.68 acres located on the south side of Hwy 86. The south boundary of the large tract is located mile east, and 3/10 mile north of here. County Road T provides access to the south boundary of the big tract. New surveys are available. The 151.8 acres, located south of Hwy 86 has approximately 110 acres in cultivation (with terraces) and 40 acres in native grass with good cover for wildlife. The land is clean and cotton is the current crop. This tract is in the shape of a triangle. Rural Water and electricity are available.
The large ranch tract is located north of Hwy 86. There are a total of 1050.85 acres in the large tr
Johnny & Kim StreetStreet Real Estate
$624,000640 acresHwy 86, Estelline, TX79233 - Hall County
This awesome hunting/cattle ranch lies just west of Estelline in red dirt country just south of the Red River. The main feature of this ranch is two large hills (known locally as the Buchanan Mountains) in the center of the property that are surrounded by CRP. The views from the hills are tremendous in all directions. The terrain surrounding the CRP and the hills is red dirt draws and creek bottoms that holds a variety of game. I saw hogs, deer, coyotes and quail in these bottoms. The quail have come back in great numbers on this ranch and they love the CRP to feed and hide from predators. I lost count of the number of pairs I saw on my trip to the property. The water and electricity are at the front of the pro
ACREAGE: TOTAL 560 +/- CRP 317 DRY FARMLAND 150 +/- GRASSLAND 93 +/-
TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling with several lake areas.
WATER: Solar electric submersible and surface water.
UTILITIES: ELEC: Yes NATURAL GAS: No PROPANE: No
PERSONAL PROPERTY: None.
TAXES: TOTAL: $1,250.00 paid for 2015 w/ag exemption SCHOOL DISTRICT: Memphis ISD
MINERALS: Subject to previous reservations, Seller will reserve none.
POSSESSION: Subject to harvest of growing cotton crop. 1/4 owner & 3/4 tenant crop share lease.
OTHER DATA: Great recreational place, on pavement, with income from CRP and dry land cotton. Has previously been leased for hunting as well. CRP pays $13,131 through 9/30/21.
These 400 +/- acres in Hall County make a sportsman paradise. There is an estimated 42 acre lake that is home to numerous ducks, hogs, quail and deer. The 76 + acres of CRP provide income of $2,976/year and will expire in 2020. There are approximately 107 + acres of crop land which have not been farmed this year. The remaining property is pastureland. There is a small set of pens and is watered by Brice Lesley water tap. The seller will reserve the minerals for 25 years, then if there is no production, they will become property of the current surface owner at that time.
Jerry SchniederjanClift Land Brokers
$472,800315.2 acres1522 sqftClarendon, TX79226 - Hall County
This property is located in northwest Hall County near the Briscoe County line. It lies about 16 miles south of Clarendon, Texas, and about 23 miles west of Memphis, Texas. Amarillo, Texas, is just over an hour drive to the northwest from the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 2 hours southwest.
Nearly 1/2 section of great dryland farming in potentially good water area. Ground is mostly flat and readily available for agricultural uses. Property has a small farm house and a detached garage, centrally located on the farm with access to HWY 70. It is currently planted in cotton.
Two test wells have been recently drilled promising good water.
Hall County is known fo
JT and Jaime HaynesTriangle Realty
$396,250317 acresCounty Road H, Lakeview, TX79239 - Hall County
DESCRIPTION: 317 acres, more or less, for sale about 4 1/2 miles southwest of Lakeview. Land is in Conservation Reserve Program with some native pasture. Water shed dam divides property in half and has t-post and barbed wire fence on east side. City of Brice provides water to property. Diversion terrace allows water runoff. Trees provide natural breaks and cover for wild life. Excellent deer, hog, quail, dove, and tons of turkey ready for harvest. Serious Qualified Buyers can contact Carol for more detailed information regarding CRP Contract, acreage and other information.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 317 acres, more or less, in Section 47, Block 2, Abstract No. 00204, T & P RR. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas.
MINERALS: One-half of any minerals
TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling grassland changing to canyon land in the southeastern part of the property.
IMPROVEMENTS: None. There is an old house and corrals, but they are not in useable condition.
WATER: One domestic submersible.
UTILITIES: ELEC: Yes NATURAL GAS: No PROPANE: No
PERSONAL PROPERTY: One deer blind and feeder are included.
TAXES: TOTAL: $698.44 paid for 2015 w/ ag exemptions.
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Memphis-Lakeview ISD
MINERALS: Subject to previous reservations of record, Seller will reserve none.
POSSESSION: Upon Closing.
OTHER DATA: Near Memphis with an easy commute to Amarillo. CRP brings in $7,545/year through 9/30/20. Good brush cover and canyon land make for good bird, deer and hog hunti
Lewis WhitakerWhitaker Real Estate
$377,640314.7 acresFM 658/ Hwy 287, Estelline, TX79233 - Hall County
This easy to access ranch is located one mile south of major Hwy 827 near Estelline. Potential buyers will find a variety of uses for this property that include: homesite, hunting, and farming/ranching. There is an excellent location for a home that would provide nice elevated views to the west and is an easy drive from the front gate. The number of quail pairs on the property is outstanding. The birds are whistling all over the property. There is also sign of deer and pigs. The deep draws located on the west side of the property provide ample cover for these species and a small spring for water. The mesquite flats on the east side of the property also provide cover for game and could possibly be pu
This property is located in north central Hall County, Texas. The property sits about 1.5 miles off of Hwy 256, and about 8 miles southwest of Memphis.
1/4 section of excellent hunting land located just southwest of Memphis, Texas, with +/-109 acres dry land farm, currently planted in wheat and a nice dammed pond about 1.5 acres in size. Additionally, Spring Creek provides seasonal live water that runs through the property. Last year, the wheat crop produced around 350 round bales last year. Wheat has also served as an attraction to wildlife including deer, dove, quail, turkey and hogs. The pond is well stocked and is a great place for a good day of fishing!
There is a nice pond ab
JT and Jaime HaynesTriangle Realty
$223,500248.19 acresHwy 256, Memphis, TX79245 - Hall County
DESCRIPTION: What a great place to build a home, with CRP income, and 0hunting. 248.192 acres, more or less of Improved CRP grasses, brush, mesquites, and hardwood trees that offer habitat and bedding areas for deer, wild hogs, quail and other wildlife. -----OR-----the property may have irrigation potential, as water sources suitable for irrigation are in close proximity to the property, evidenced by irrigated land just to the south, southeast and east. The property is level and could make a great place to grow Organic peanuts, or other crops. Whatever your plans, this property is priced to sell and won't last long.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Tract 1 - All of the NW/4 of Section 68, Block 18, H&GN Ry. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas.
Chad HollandChad Holland Real Estate
$184,000160 acres2361 W Co. Rd. 17, Memphis, TX79245 - Hall County
This Hall County CRP land is located about 15 minutes west of Memphis, Texas or about 8 minutes north of Lakeview, Texas. Amarillo International Airport is located about a 1.5 hour drive to the northwest of the property. Also, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is about a 3.5 hour drive to the northeast.
Located in the southeastern Texas Panhandle, this quarter section of recreational land is a great place to getaway for weekend hunting trips. Within an hour and a half of Amarillo, Texas, this hunting property is ideally located. With tail and mule deer can be seen in abundance across the property for its natural brush cover and shelter belt of trees. The land is also home to a healthy population of quai
Hanna South consists of 136 acres of CRP and remainder is in native country. there are no water wells on the property, however,
irrigation is in close proximity. Deer and quail hunting are good. This property is southeast of Turkey, Texas.
Price: $950 per acre
Danny HavinsDavis Vernon Real Estate
$132,000160 acresCounty Road 11, Lakeview, TX79239 - Hall County
DESCRIPTION: CRP Income of $5,176.00 per year!! What a gorgeous place to put a home, cabin or travel trailer and live in peace and quiet, hunt, or just to watch the beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The 360-degree views for miles and miles from the highest point in the area are breathtaking for this area. Deer tracks are all over the place as irrigated wheat, cotton and milo are in the immediate area. The 400 foot wide "Lakeview sinkhole" with visible groundwater that engulfed about 3.25 acres around 16 years ago can be seen a couple of miles south of this property. The Red River is to the Southwest about 5 miles. If you are looking for a great tract of land with character, then this is for you. This quarter section of improved CRP grasses w
Chad HollandChad Holland Real Estate
$5,000,000800 acres000 FM 1619, Memphis, TX79245 - Hall County
YOU WILL NOT SEE ANOTHER PIECE OF PROPERTY LIKE THIS!!! WATER ABUNDANT!! With a lake that has recently been stocked with largemouth bass and sunfish, and other built pond on it with a natural spring filling it, this property boast over 35 acres of water surface when full. The lake is part of a natural draw that holds water easily. And the area has an abundance of mule deer, bob-white quail, and pigs and the water helps attract them all. With views that will shock anyone, this property is one to talk about!
AMY RUTLEDGEPARKER COUNTY REALTY/RUTLEDGE REALTY GROUP, LLC
$1,711,5001,630 acres12424 CO RD Y, Turkey, TX79261 - Hall County
Terrain: The Turkey ranch has a very rough terrain with numerous ravines and dry creek beds that eventually feed into the Canadian River which is located approximately 3 miles North. There is 1 small field that was used for a food plot several years ago and it does still have a fence that surrounds it to keep cattle from grazing the field.
Water: The working pens have a water tank that is fed by the Red River Water Authority. There is also a pond on the North end that currently does have water.
Improvements: There is a set of working pens on the North end next to the highway frontage.
Recreation: there are lots of Mule Deer, hogs, predators, and a few White Tail deer. There were numerous quail several years ago and still see a few
Tract 1 160 acres with 159 cropland arces - East Side of FM 657 and South Side of CR H- fenced
Tract 2 160 acres with 157 cropland acres - West Side of FM 657 and South Side of CR J - set of pens and fenced
all owned minerals will convey -PRICE REDUCTION 12-29-16
Diane MashburnMashburn Realty and Investment
$118,000118 acresCR22CR4, Turkey, TX79146 - Hall County
118 acres mostly rolling farm pasture with approximately 15 to 20 acres trees, draw,deer country, city water and electricity on property
could be put in set aside program,wheat etc. covered structure where old home used to be. This would make a nice little hunting,place ,camping or cabin getaway.county road on three sides of the property.
Stephanie MurphyMain Street Realtors, LLC
$3,500,0002,597 acres2450 Highway 256, Clarendon, TX79226 - Hall County
Located in Hall County, just 20 miles south of Clarendon, Texas and nestled at the confluence of two historic West Texas river channels sits the Mulberry Red Ranch. Named for the Mulberry Creek which meanders through the middle of the ranch and the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River which borders the ranch on the south, this 2,597 + acre ranch offers the peace and quiet you crave, while providing the environment for fun and adventure. Whether you are looking for a family getaway, a recreational ranch for hunting, a corporate retreat facility, or special event property, Mulberry Red Ranch offers all the amenities to fit any of these uses. Please be sure to look at the virtual tour for views of the property.
$235,000243 acresFm 657, Memphis, TX79245 - Hall County