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West Texas land developer is offering their remaining properties and offering owner financing with NO credit checks and NO qualifying. Lots sizes range from 20 acres to 100 acres. Limited availability.
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Oh My! HGTV has nothing on this Best of the Best Bryan Bell Custom all brick 3 level overlooking Lake Norfork with over 4,000SF, 4BR/3.5BA nestled in the pine trees on 14.28AC with 36x60 outbuilding. 2 Stall Boat Dock with Swim Deck & over 1400 Feet of Gov't Strip Frontage. ...
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...
Texas's 4,572-square-mile Hudspeth County covers two percent of the state's total land area. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Hudspeth County ranks 222nd in terms of the size of its population (3,379, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Hudspeth County. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Hudspeth County at $301 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $270,490 (the most expensive listing being for $11.0 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Hudspeth County was 10 acres. Land for sale in Hudspeth County totaled 71,819 acres and $21.6 million in overall land value, with the city of Sierra Blanca featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Hudspeth County.
Land for sale including Horse Property in Hudspeth County Texas
10 acres SIERRA BLANCA,HUDSPETH COUNTY, TEXAS.
In the Ranching Heartland of Texas
Section 32, Block 69, Township 9, Tracts 29 & 30
Legal & physical access
Own a Piece of the Old West!
Welcome to your EXCLUSIVE BIG COUNTRY RANCH . . in Hudspeth County, Texas, where the only traffic on your ranch is a black-tailed jack rabbit. Where the only sound is the soft call of a peregrine falcon circling overhead.
Imagine a place rich in history, rich in minerals, rich in opportunity. Imagine a place once inhabited by prehistoric peoples, a place where Spanish explorers left their mark, a place where stagecoaches and wagon trains once stopped. All this situated near prosperous Sierra Blanca.
In this true Western atmosphere some of the mos