Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, just 7 miles off the NY State Thruway. This old farm is only 18 miles south of Albany and less than 2 hours from the GW Bridge, these properties are priced at 50% BELOW MARKET. The completely wooded parcel has the most amazing building...
Nice 1.01 acres in Tuttle Bridge Creek Schools, 4 bed, 2 bath, plus office, 3 car, Storm cellar, great views of pond and trees, 2157 sq ft RV parking with 50 amp electrical and clean out. Tree house with hammock and slide with sand box. Open kitchen and living has granite...
Only Minutes to Walsenburg & Lathrop State Park
Gentle treed slope to the South multiple open spaces for multiple building spots.
Access Road Frontage along the North boundary of the property. Seasonal Creek along the Southern boundary of the property.
NO HOA, Coven...
150 Acres on the Brazos River in Knox County. Over 1 mile of Brazos River frontage. 60 Acres cultivation. Electricity. Water well. Good fences. Fantastic hunting for Deer, Hogs, Turkeys, Quail, Dove, etc. Beautiful views of the river and surrounding area. These type of properties do not last long, CALL NOW!
Size: 12,119 acres QB Game Ranch
Location: QB Game Ranch is located near Knox City and Guthrie Texas, just South of Highway 222 in King and Stonewall Counties, approximately three hours northwest of DFW Metroplex.
Terrain: The QB Game Ranch has so many exceptional qualities to offer including wonderful views, endless canyons, massive elevation changes, tons of wildlife, a beautiful lake, nice improvements, and many types of hunting and recreational opportunities. The ranch is comprised of various terrain from dense mesquite flats, rolling hills, mesa hilltops, countless large, rugged canyons lined with cedar and shin oak ridges. These hills are large sloped areas providing large amounts off runoff water to the creek channels
This reasonably priced property is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a ranch that has been in the same family for nearly 100 years. This ranch consists of 2310+/- acres of ranch land including 235 ac. of improved grass, 79 ac. of cultivation, with balance of 1996 in native rangeland.
West of Knox City 8mi. on F M 222 to C R 1755. Turn S W proximately 7 Miles to gate. Ranch locate in both Knox and King counties.
Level to rolling with areas of rough broken land. Soils are clay to clay loam with some areas of loam and sandy loam.
Grasses:Sideoats gram, buffalo grass,threeawns,tobosa grass,winter grasses, with some switchgrass,blue stems,gramagrasses and vine mesquite.
Great hunting or recreational ranch with 1 mile of Brazos River frontage! This area is know for it's big deer and variety of wildlife. A county road splits the ranch into two pieces. The north side offers good cover for game coming across river into the wheat fields. Terrain changes offer great views. The south side is more level with 280 acres of cultivation. There is a good water well and 2 sets of working pens. The owner runs 45 head of cattle and 150 yearling cattle when wheat is planted. Croton creek crosses the property and there are 3 good stock ponds.
South side of FM 1755
Approximately 1 mile of Brazos River frontage
Good water well at 60 depth
2 sets of working pens
Approximately 250 acres that is planted in wheat
Jenna Hawkins & Tom CallanRE/MAX TRINITY, TRINITY LAND TEAM
This turnkey 346 acre property is situated just west of Knox City, TX in Knox County. It is a mixed use recreational tract that supports a diverse population of wildlife ranging from whitetail deer, hogs, Rio Grande turkey, dove, waterfowl, bobcats, coyotes, and quail. One of the most unique qualities of this property is that the entire southern border is the Salt Fork of the Brazos River totaling in 1.5 miles of riverfront. A water well and electricity is present at the deer camp that is ready to go. The cabin is a 3B/2BA that is 1,344 Sq ft. In 2015, it was sealed, painted and a new steel roof was put on. In addition, the property will come with 4 deer blinds in excellent condition. This is a must see!
***MINERALS NEGOTIABLE WITH AN ACC
Cade BaxterMossy Oak Properties of Texas
$195,0002.37 acres13476 F M 2701, Knox City, TX79529 - Knox County
This home is a bargain with 2910 sq ft brick 5bed,3bath,2car garage (505 sq ft) with two living areas all on 2.37 acres. Included is privacy fenced and landscaped back yard,200 sq ft 2 room cellar, water well and city water. There is a 2700 sq ft shop with a 2490 sq ft attached shed (all metal), with bathroom.Also included is a 480 metal,well insulated office,300 sq ft metal garden shed,and 336 brick storage building w/metal roof. An added bonus is a 900 sq ft rent/guest house, 2bed, 1 bath with carport.
If you are looking to add cropland to your operation or just starting out, this is one property you need to take a look at soon.
This property is virtually flat as a table top and would make a good wheat yearling combination!
It is a 110 acres of cultivation consisting of 88% Hollister clay loam, 11% Wichita clay loam, and 1% Tillman clay loam. There is one oil well and one injection well on the north side of this farm.
Price: $875 an acre
Give Danny Havins a call!
This farmland is a 77 acre property just East of Knox City, TX 79529 which is located in Knox County. This property has excellent road frontage situated right off of Highway 222 and offers loads of potential for the future owner. This property is enrolled in the CRP Farm Program and would be wonderful for planting food plots and making watering holes as it has whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey, quail, and small game for your hunting pleasure or to sit and watch as the sun goes down each evening if one decided to build a home here. This land is situated in the middle of the flight path for 500,000 to 1,000,000 geese as they make this area their wintering grounds, making it one of the largest wintering grounds in the Nation for waterfowl.
This Property has Highway frontage along State Highway 222 West allowing access during any type of weather. This 948 Acre (+or-) ranch is all one continuous piece of property that borders the Brazos River, and neighbors other considerable ranches to the North and East.
This property lies along the Brazos River valley, offering a landscape with ridges that offer great vantage points and changing topography. The views on this ranch switch from flat bottoms with exceptional native grasses, then shifting to deep draws with thick pastures, and transitioning into wide open spaces. The Topography of this land moves water along the ranch to feed the 4 water tanks that were built to catch runoff. There are also some natural