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Land for sale including Farms in Briscoe County Texas

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$35,000 10 acres
FM 1065, Quitaque, TX 79255 - Briscoe County

Comanchero Country Estates

Only one 10 acre tract left ,rest have been sold off FM 1065 near Caprock Canyon State Park,view the caprock escarpment,caprock canyon state park,wild life, beautiful sun rises and sunsets ,if you like country living this is a excellent place to build a home,two miles from town 1/2 mile from state park.Access off FM 1065 There are only two tracts left a total of twenty acres, two have been purchased and a new Barn Home is being constructed on it.
Stephanie Murphy Main Street Realtors, LLC
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$1,089,878 874 acres
Arnold Ranch, Silverton, TX 79257 - Briscoe County

874 acres Silverton, TX

Arnold Ranch is situated on a wide mesa with stunning views of the surrounding canyon terrain. While there is steep ground on the northern portion of the ranch, the majority of the land is flat allowing for the development of cattle ranching. /-112 acres of the /-874 are under wheat cultivation. Additionally, there are pens and corrals built that include an open face shed and shop. It is the hunting on the property that is unique with its location on the edge of the canyon. The wide variety of wildlife that can be seen on the property include aoudad sheep, deer, turkey, quail, wild hog, and other game. There is an abundant source of natural water with the seasonal playa lakes and two dirt tanks scattered across the property. Beautiful hun
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$384,000 320 acres
0 County Road O, Silverton, TX 79257 - Briscoe County

320 acres Silverton, TX

Own a piece of Texas with this 320 Acre offering in Briscoe County, Texas. Just east of Silverton, Texas, this rustic half section borders the Caprock and is in sight of the Little Red River. An excellent property for recreation and grazing. Lots of native grass that breaks and rolls off the Caprock with breathtaking views of the canyon.