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...
Cattle Ranch runs 1000 cows, 4 homes.
Acres: 3930 +/- Acres
Price: $3,495 per acre
Animal Units: Runs 1000 mother cows
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg Co., just south of McAlester, OK.
Comments: Without a doubt, one of the best cattle ra...
Repossession! Their loss- your Gain! I have a 30 acre piece of pristine North Georgia Mountain land available for sale with owner financing. Adjacent to the Big Canoe development, but not a part of it. You get a half mile of beautiful river frontage, a lake view, hardwood fo...
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...
The riverways, lakes and reservoirs of Hopkins County are perfect for aquatic adventure and escape. Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of riverfront property for sale in Hopkins County ($6 million) was more expensive than the statewide average for Texas riverfront property for sale. The average size of riverfront property for sale in Hopkins County (13,400 acres) was also more than the state average for Texas riverfront property for sale. Browse all Hopkins County riverfront property for sale on Lands of America to find the riverfront property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits!
Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Hopkins County Texas
Sulphur Bluff Ranch 13,414 acres Hopkins, Delta, Lamar, Red River and Franklin Counties
The beautiful 13,414 acres of the Sulphur Bluff Land property has a long history of continual improvements. From the Army Corps levy built to manage water in the bottom, to the previous owners who cleared the bottom, leveled fields and built the ghost timber and east reservoirs, the cattle herd and center pivot to the current owners who built flume ditches, GPS leveled and drained fields, built world class hunting habitats and to this day continue to improve the land, pastures, wildlife habitat and buildings of this special property in Northeast, Texas.
Cropland acres are all GPS graded to drain and also to flood irrigate. pH and Fertility level
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