Near Conejos River with Mountain Views 360 Degrees
Located in Conejos County, Colorado just outside the town of Manassa and only 220 yards from the Conejos River.
This property is in the lush San Luis Valley near Alamosa, Monte Vista, Del Norte, South Fork, Wolf Creek ...
PROPERTY IN FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS WINE REGION
Beautiful rolling hills, great views, large hardwood trees. The property is ready for weekend cabin or main home site. Abundant Wildlife, White Tail Deer, Axis Deer, Wild Hogs, Turkey. Additional acreage available.
LOCATION: This beautiful recreational/hunting ranch is located about 9 miles northeast of Brady and 4 miles northwest of Rochelle. This ranch lies approximately 1 mile off of paved FM 1121, with good county road access.
WATER: Two water wells and one stock pond on the ran...
Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
Stephens County is located in Texas. The county covers 922 square miles (589,792 acres), equaling zero percent of the state's total area. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Stephens County ranks 170th in terms of the size of its population (9,440, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Texas. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Stephens County at $2,811 per acre. The average listing price was $658,273 (the most expensive listing being for $5.0 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Stephens County was 95 acres. Land for sale in Stephens County totaled 18,035 acres and $50.7 million in overall land value, with the city of Breckenridge featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Stephens County.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Stephens County Texas
CFR Ranch is approximately 3,500 acres under high game fence located in Stephens and Young Counties, Texas.
The ranch has been under an intensive wildlife management plan since it was purchased and has been under high fence game management for the last 7 years. The current owners have been very selective and only harvest animals in line with their management program. This management has allowed there to now be a large amount of trophy whitetails to be seen on a regular basis. It is not unusual to see over 30 deer while on a hunt.
To improve the hunting and help increase the success and enjoyment of the hunters the owners have cleared a large amount of brush and made several large food plots. The largest field that has been cl
Patrick MurrayBriggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty
This turn-key ranch is located in a great hunting area about 90 miles from Fort Worth, Texas. The ranch is 7 miles southwest of Breckenridge, Texas and fronts a paved county road. There is fantastic income potential for someone looking to get into the commercial hunting business, as everything is already in place. Or, if you choose, this ranch would make an outstanding family ranch. The property is accessible through an electric gate entrance along a paved drive up to the lodge located near the front of the property. The lodge and foremans home are located near but not directly adjacent to each other. The lodge is a 5 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath metal structure accented with stone columns and wains coating. The kitchen, located in the large
Experienced AgentsRuple Properties
$3,658,1341,977.37 acresCounty Road 190, Cisco, TX76437 - Stephens County
Chesley Ranch is an exciting and diversified ranch that has been in the same family for decades and it is now time to find a new owner who will enjoy it as much as the sellers have! Stephens County extends across almost 922 square miles of broken, hilly plateau country with loamy topsoils covering deep reddish, clayey, or mottled subsoils. The area is drained by the Clear Fork of the Brazos River and by other tributaries of the Brazos. Elevations range between 1,000 to 1,600 feet above sea level; outstanding physical features include summits known as Gunsight Mountain, Double Mountain, and Evans Peak. Trees include live oak, mesquite, hackberry, elm, and pecan, while bluestems, indian grass, broomweed, wild rye, and milkweed are some of t
Stephens County high fenced hunting and cattle ranch. Located north of Breckenridge on FM 578
The 757 acre ranch is the western portion of the larger 4,000 acre Chrystal Falls Ranch (www.chrystalfallsranch.com). This portion of the property has had extensive brush control to enhance wildlife and cattle grazing. Over the last several years, approximately 40 acres in the south central portion of the property have been cleared. At the south end of the cleared area is one of the highest points in the county, a great home site location. Miles of all-weather roads make it easy to travel the ranch.
The ranch has been under an intensive wildlife management plan since it was purchased. It has been under high fence management f
Patrick MurrayBriggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty
Harpersville Ranch is 750 acres designed for deer, duck and dove hunting. The 8 acre "Duck Lake" has a deep hole on one end and about 5-6 acres of shallow waters attracting bait fish and ducks on the other. The fenced, food plots (1-2 acres) are also used as shooting alleys in the mature mesquite and live oak cover. This ranch offers 10 ponds ranging in size; some have long winding draws that create more duck habitat. The cultivated fields provide areas of sunflowers and ample grass for cattle. Harpersville Ranch has excellent native grasses and habitat for all game, along with many "Bob Whites" running the ground. This acreage provides many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and comes ready to build with a water meter and electricity mete
The Lamb Ranch is a real historic treasure. The ranch has some of the prettiest riverfront acres you will find on the Clear Fork of the Brazos. The hunting in this area is never in question and this ranch will not disappoint. The ranch is full of deep draws and gullies with the elevation change approaching 100. The vegetation consists of native pastures that have not been grazed in years. Mesquite trees are predominate, but there are many large clusters of very large hardwoods. The owner has kept the road system around the ranch in excellent shape. All roads/trails were recently shredded.
The improvements on the ranch include the professional and total remodel of a 100 year old + farm house to include new appliances and refinished
Les RemingtonRemington Real Estate
$710,950241 acresFM 1287, Graham, TX76450 - Stephens County
PK Hunting Ranch is completely wooded with large hills providing a view of Possum Kingdom at the highest point. The acreage has ample wildlife with very little pressure from the large neighbors. Deep draws and a wet weather creek create big water potential on this rugged piece of land. Some areas on the property are recovering and are coming back strong. This raw land with a water well and electricity in place is an excellent opportunity to custom build an amazing hunting property within minutes of a major Texas lake and only 100 miles from Fort Worth.
Tree Cover- Heavily Wooded; live oak, post oak, mesquite, cedar, hackberry
Under Brush- lotebush, cedar elm, winged elm, prickly pear, tasjillo, broom weed
Boone CampbellCampbell Farm & Ranch
$584,380244 acresFM 1287, Graham, TX76424 - Stephens County
Impressive land with beautiful vistas of the west side of Possum Kingdom Lake offering an opportunity to own a great hunting property or to build the home of your dreams. This property has multiple lake views, is heavily wooded and has areas recovering from the 2011 fires. The deep, wooded draws feed the large pond in the middle of the property. The "wetland" with its large post oaks creates a majestic feel. The paved frontage is less than a mile from PK and has a water meter in place. Additional 122 acres available.
Tree Cover- Heavily Wooded; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, willow, cedar
Under Brush- cedar, elm, prickly pear, tasjillo, winged elm
Native Grass- sideoats grama, texas winter grass
Size: 160 acres -Fort Pace Ranch-
Location: Located in Northwest Texas just southwest of Breckenridge TX on County Road 195 just South of FM 576. Approximately 2 hours from Fort Worth, Texas and 2.5 hours of Dallas, Texas.
Terrain: Fort Pace Ranch is an all-around wonderful hunting and recreational getaway ranch. This 160 acre property is very well laid out with the main house resting on top of one of the high points of the tract overlooking the larger food plot and pond area. The areas nearby that surround the pond area and all of the lower country are extremely thick with bull mesquite and all sorts of underbrush thickets. Up on the more elevated plateaus and hillsides there are scattered live oak, post oak, and various othe
Blaine CovingtonTexas Hunting Land, LLC
$487,305195 acres14719 FM 717 S, Ranger, TX76470 - Stephens County
195 Acre +/- recreational ranch north of Ranger great for deer, turkey, hogs, quail, etc.
Large pastures to run cattle. Three stock tanks.
Large dense areas of oak. Other areas of mesquite regrowth.
Native grass with some coastal mixed in. One set of pens near the center of the property. Old home place and barn on northeast side. Two coop water meters. Cross fencing.
Paved frontage on FM 717. County Road frontage along southern perimeter.
Cash or pre-qualified parties only please.
----------------CONTACT ranch agent Jeff Clark at 254-433-2561 for immediate assistance.
(Buyer's Agent must be identified on first contact & must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition
This hunting land has over 120ft of stunning topography with multiple hilltop views, grass meadows and a wet weather creek. The property is completely wooded with natural meadows and native grasses. The mature cover provides excellent habitat for the abundance of deer and other wildlife. This acreage is improved with excellent fencing and dirt roads throughout the ranch. Wild Hare Ranch is tucked away and accessed by a gated, private road that in not an easement, it is owned land.
Tree Cover- Heavily Wooded; post oak, live oak, mesquite, cedar
Under Brush- Thick; skunk-bush sumac, cedar elm, prickly pear, tasjillo, winged elm
Native Grass- Not leased for grazing; side-oats grama, texas winter grass
124 ACRES STEPHENS CO. MEGA LAKE AND HUNTING PROPERTY!!! This property has it all! If you are looking for your own private lake on a place this size I have it for you today. The property has a 15 acre lake on it that is a very nice place to come enjoy with your family. It is stocked with bass and would make a great place to build over looking the lake. The lake is 100% on this property so you have the only and full access to it. The land is also a verily heavily wooded tract with large trees and brush all over it. Hunting is awesome on this tract with deer turkey dove and quail. Great elevations give you some amazing views and the feel of a much larger piece of land. There is also another large stock tank on the place fenced in with a few a
Beautiful custom home on 19 acres!! The house has a great open floor plan with rock fireplace, wood floors, beamed ceiling and large windows for gorgeous natural light. The view from the living area is of the covered porch with outdoor fireplace overlooking large pond. The pond has a tree covered picnic area and is stocked with channel cat fish. The house also features gourmet kitchen with tile floors, knotty alder cabinets, stainless appliances, gas cook top, oven with warming drawer, breakfast bar, desk and large walk-in pantry. Master bedroom has raised ceiling, sitting area, cedar closet and huge walk-in closet with built-ins and dressing area. The master bath has tile floors with an over sized shower, twin vanities with sinks, large tu
Jenna HawkinsRE/MAX TRINITY
$333,500115 acresEastland, TX76448 - Stephens County
This 115+/- acres in Stephens County boasts great elevation changes with great views for building sites. If you are looking for a great getaway for recreational property, it doesnt get any better than this! A branch of Gonzales Creek runs through the ranch, creating an excellent habitat for wildlife. Excellent cover for wildlife with various trees ranging from oaks, elm and some mesquite. The ranch is currently under Ag valuation, electric is available. Property is just 10-15 minutes NW of Eastland and approximately 1.5 hours from Ft. Worth. Several areas are prime places to build a large pond.
**Trinity Ranch Land gladly participates with other brokers. Buyers agent must accompany buyer at first showing to receive full buyers ag
Karen Lenz, Shana H, Inga B, Matt G, Mark&Christina R, Dee M, Erik WTRINITY RANCH LAND
$323,300122 acresFM 1148, Graham, TX76424 - Stephens County
Rugged land with huge views of Possum Kingdom Lake in multiple directions. This property is located on paved FM 1148, within a mile of PK Lake. Part of this land is recovering from fire with lots a mature cover and some post oak regrowth (5-12ft). The dramatic elevation (110+/-ft) falls down to a 30 acre field that has been left fallow for several years. This acreage has two small ponds, large rock outcroppings and provides some of the best views available on the west side of the lake. Additional 244 acres to the north is available.
Tree Cover- Heavily wooded; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, willow, cedar, sumac
Under Brush- Heavy; cedar elm, skunk-bush sumac, winged elm, prickly pear, tasjillo, broom weed
This acreage offers beautiful land with the stunning Gunsolus Creek wrapping and wandering around a field with pecan trees. This creek provides long shots of watering holes and large amounts of running water during the wet season. A great mix of big, mature trees cover the creek beds as well as the wooded feeder creek from the south which provides an excellent opportunity for more surface water. The current water is provided by a windmill well and a pond on the south-side with rural water in the works. Seize the opportunity to build with a beautiful view and without a neighbor in sight!
Tree Cover- Heavily Wooded; live oak, post oak black jack oak, elm, mesquite, cedar
Under Brush- skunk-Thick on creeks; bush sumac, cedar elm, pr
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.
I will owner finance the property with $35,000 down. No prepayment penalty. Use my financing to get into it quickly and get your own loan whenever you want.
Fantastic River frontage that feeds into Lake Daniels.
Plenty of Cypress, Mesquite and Oak. Private road access.
$4000 down around $700 per month. Owner financing if needed
I have several of these available ranging from 10 to 20 acres. Priced $4000 to $7000 per acre.
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Outstanding cattle ranch- surface only. County Road 187 frontage. good perimeter fences and cross fences; lots of water(6 tanks/ponds),pastures have been cleared and partially reseeded with improved grasses, some mesquite and large liveoak trees, cactus, native plants and grasses. 3BR/2bath brick home(2049 sq. ft.- CAD) with attached 2 car garage, city water to house. Outdoor covered dining/party area with fireplace- cooking area. 2 barns, one shop, pipe pens with covered cattle working facilities, covered cattle scales, old, partially fenced roping arena with lights. Good duck and dove hunting- quail are making a comeback from previous years numbers. Also, huntable numbers of deer, hogs, and varmints. Additional adjoining property also ava
Clint BumguardnerRawhide Realtors
$1,089,885643 acresTBD CR187, Cisco, TX76437 - Stephens County
Fabulous hunting property in southern Stephens County; Big Sandy Creek traverses the southwest corner of the property; some elevation changes; heavily treed along the creek to semi-open country to the north. Mesquite, oak, cactus, other native plants & grasses, as well as some improved grasses. Good fences & cross fences. Abundant deer, hogs, turkey, varmints, as well as good bird hunting.
Hunting-livestock grazing property(surface only); some oil activity. Abundant mesquite, oak trees, cactus, native plants, and grasses. Good perimeter fences. Four tanks(ponds). Significant elevation changes. Hunting opportunities include deer, turkey, varmints, and birds. Just off FM 2231- ten minutes from downtown Breckenridge; about one hour from Abilene