Agricultural Investment & Recreational Property
Online Multi-Parcel Auction 480 Acres
Bidding Ends: Thursday, December 8 4 PM
Property Location: 750 N 2700 E, Roberts, ID 83444
This is an amazing opportunity to purchase 480 acres located in scenic Roberts, ID dur...
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, ...
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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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Great piece of property with cute ranch house and multiple out buildings. On community water and septic system.
Land is completely fenced with cross fencing for animals. Multiple RV pads with water and power hookups. Private access to Lake Daniels.
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Lipscomb County is located in Texas. The county covers 932 square miles (596,659 acres), which represents zero percent of the state total. Of Texas's 254 counties, Lipscomb County ranks 219th in terms of the size of its population (3,569, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Texas. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land for sale in Lipscomb County at $11,194 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $1,045,000 (the most expensive listing being for $1.8 million) and the median land-parcel size was 93 acres. Land for sale in Lipscomb County totaled 187 acres and $2.1 million in overall land value, with the city of Booker featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Lipscomb County.
Land for sale including Farms in Lipscomb County Texas
A clean farm with existing irrigation and further development potential. Contiguous acres, three-phase electricity, and county road frontage offer easy access and management as well as pooling options for current water district regulations. There are currently 750+/- irrigated acres under three 8000 Series Valley Pivots, but potential for a total of 1,238+/- irrigated acres to make the farm 76% developed. Three existing irrigation wells are in place for a total of 2,300 gallons per minute. The best well being new and producing 950gpm, per seller. Additional test holes have been drilled and appear to be equal in possible yield. This is an area with minimal aquifer declines compared to the rest of the Panhandle and offers a bloc
Hadley PerkinsClift Land Brokers
$966,000322 acresBooker, TX79005 - Lipscomb County
Booker Irrigated Section
Property Type: Irrigated Farm
Acres: 322 acres more or less
Price: $3,000.00 per acre
Location: 6.3 miles East of Booker, TX and 2 miles North
This property is an irrigated half-section farm east of Booker, Texas. Pullman A composes the majority of the soil with Darrouzett B being the secondary soil. One irrigation well produces approximately 800 GPM according to the owner. The tenant owns the irrigation equipment (center pivots, pump, engine, etc) and can possibly be purchased in conjunction with or at the same time as the land. The North Plains Water District information shows the red bed for the well to be 427 feet with saturated th
Ben G. ScottScott Land Company, LLC
$306,192284.83 acresBooker, TX79005 - Lipscomb County
A clean dryland farm with productive soils given adequate rainfall. There is good irrigation water in the area, which could possibly be developed on this location. Static water declines are minimal when compared to the rest of the Panhandle, and even with slight rolls the terrain will allow for center pivot irrigation. The property is fully fenced with one livestock water source, and Highway 15 frontage.
Hadley PerkinsClift Land Brokers
$267,481248.82 acresBooker, TX79005 - Lipscomb County
A clean dryland farm with productive soils given adequate rainfall. There is good irrigation water in the area, which could possibly be developed on this location. There is an existing test hole in which driller believes to be a 650-700+/- gallon per minute well if drilled. Static water declines are minimal when compared to the rest of the Panhandle, and the terrain is predominately flat. The property is fully fenced with one livestock water source, and Highway 15 frontage.