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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Scurry County Texas

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$955,000 764 acres
County Road 1274 and County Road 1275, Snyder, TX 79549 - Scurry County

764 Acres, Little Rough Creek Ranch

LISTING AGENT: JORDAN SHIPLEY - Please contact for showings and details. 764 Acres LITTLE ROUGH CREEK RANCH, Scurry County - CR 1274 & CR 1275, Snyder, TX 79549 Views and character are plentiful Little Rough Creek Ranch, a beautiful 764 Acre property now offered for sale in NE Scurry County in the beautiful Rough Creek area off of County Roads 1274 and 1275. This property is ideal for hunting as well as running cattle. Wet weather Little Rough Creek winds through the property for almost 2 miles, creating dramatic topography with hills, bluffs, and a beautiful bottom area that is usually green and contains numerous cottonwood trees. The ranch is a fantastic contrast between strong cattle and whitetail country including productive
Jordan Shipley Dullnig Ranches Kuper Sotheby's
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$511,275 401 acres
County Road 1274, Snyder, TX 79549 - Scurry County

401 acres Snyder, TX

Rough Creek East, is a 401 Acre jewel now offered for sale in NE Scurry County in the beautiful Rough Creek area off of County Roads 1274 and 1275. This property is ideal for hunting as well as running cattle. Wet weather Little Rough Creek winds through the property for around a mile, creating dramatic topography with hills, bluffs, and a beautiful bottom area that is usually very green and contains numerous cottonwood trees. The ranch is a great contrast between strong cattle and whitetail country including productive soils, grasses and nitrogen producing mesquite flats, and big topography changes with hills, draws and creek bottoms, providing incredible views and great mule deer and turkey habitat. The historic Double Mountains can be vi
Jordan Shipley Dullnig Ranches Kuper Sotheby's
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$462,500 363 acres
County Road 1274, Snyder, TX 79549 - Scurry County

363 acres Snyder, TX

Rough Creek West, now available for sale in Scurry County Tx, is one of the most character-rich properties in this region of TX. Located off of County Roads 1274 and 1275, Rough Creek West is scenic with big country views, and is ideal for hunting as well as running cattle. Wet weather Little Rough Creek winds through the property for about a mile, creating dramatic topography with hills, bluffs, and a beautiful bottom area that is usually green and contains numerous cottonwood trees. The ranch is a beautiful contrast between strong cattle and whitetail country including productive soils, grasses and nitrogen producing mesquite flats, and big topography changes with hills, draws and creek bottoms, providing incredible views and great mule d
Jordan Shipley Dullnig Ranches Kuper Sotheby's
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$497,789 595 acres
FM 1298, Ira, TX 79527 - Scurry County

Springer Property

595 Acres of native pasture land east of Lake J.B. Thomas on FM 1298. Property has a beautiful tank inside a pasture trap. Has a set of pipe cattle pens inside trap. Property was cleared of brush several years ago, but has heavy brush on two sides with Whitetail deer. Terrain is rolling with slight rise on south end of property great quail habitat for Bobwhite and Blue Quail. Native grass has a excellent turf.
Keith Hackfeld Hackfeld's Home & Ranch Real Estate, LLC
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$85,750 2.61 acres
15 Oak Canyon Estates, Snyder, TX 79549 - Scurry County

LAKE ALLEN HENRY WATER FRONT LOT

LAKE ALLEN HENRY WATERFRONT LOT WITH SANDY BEACH. Premier waterfront lot on gorgeous Lake Allen Henry near Post Texas in the gated Oak Canyon Estates subdivision. This is one of the few lots on the lake that has very usable waterfront access. In fact is has almost 150 feet of sandy beach in its own cove. The building site is leveled and clear saving a great deal of cost compared to many of the "cheap lots". This lot has an unbelievable view and there can never be any construction directly across the lake because it is the emergency spillway which will always remain natural landscape. There is a concrete walkway that is big enough for your golfcart or atv, right down to the waters edge. Also an approved permit for a waterside concrete
Ramey Keeth