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...
McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally l...
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
Terrell County is a county in Texas. It covers 2,358 square miles (1,509,082 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Terrell County ranks 248th in terms of the size of its population (837, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Terrell County. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land for sale in Terrell County at $485 per acre. The average listing price was $948,260 (the most expensive listing being for $16.5 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Terrell County was 334 acres. Land for sale in Terrell County totaled 136,992 acres and $66.4 million in overall land value, with the city of Sanderson featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Terrell County.
Land for sale including Commercial Property in Terrell County Texas
This 6,238-acre quintessential Trans-Pecos Ranch is located in western Terrell County just west of Sanderson, TX. Mule deer, elk, blue quail, and predators roam this beautifully stark landscape, making this a large, but manageable, recreational destination for those seeking their adventures in wild West Texas.
Hwy 90 frontage 4 miles west of Sanderson; 48 miles to Marathon; 70 miles to Fort Stockton; 78 miles to Alpine; 88 miles to Big Bend National Park; 165 miles to Midland Airport
Infinity views off the high mesas and cliff tops conceal the dramatic fall into steep canyons and creek bottoms. Oaks, juniper, hackberry, and and key browse species in the low-lying areas give way to blackbrush, sa