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$372,255 249 acres
Swenson, TX 79502 - Stonewall County

River Bluff Ranch

The River Bluff Ranch in Stonewall County has just about everything you could want in a recreational property. This ranch includes both sides of almost a mile of the Salt Fork of The Brazos, spectacular views, awesome 70ft canyons, and natural springs. The river provides a large quantity of wildlife and that WOW factor you're looking for. Come experience this remote and very diverse property! Location: Drive 12 miles west of Aspermont on US Highway 380. Turn north onto CR 328 6 miles to the property. This property is 75 miles Northwest of Abilene, 105 miles Southeast of Lubbock, or 220 miles West of Ft. Worth. Acreage: 249+/- Acres all in Native and Improved Mesquite and Cedar pasture. Improvements: There are working pens on th
John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl-Nelson Real Estate
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$1,038,590 802 acres
Aspermont, TX 79502 - Stonewall County

Whiteghost River Ranch

Whiteghost River Ranch Whiteghost River Ranch has just about everything you could want! Ranging from deep, rough canyons with spring-fed creeks to bottom land on the Salt Fork of the Brazos, this ranch will blow you away! Come stretch your eyes! Location: This property is located about 12 miles north of Aspermont just off of US Highway 83. It is 45 miles East of Jayton, 75 miles Northwest of Abilene, 130 miles Southeast of Lubbock, or 220 miles West of Ft. Worth. Acreage: 802+/- Acres all in Native Mesquite and Cedar pasture. Improvements: There is an old cabin on the property that will work for temporary shelter. Fences are barbed wire and are in good condition. Water: This ranch has over a mile of frontage on the Salt Fork o
John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl-Nelson Real Estate
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$2,950,000 1,307 acres 6 Beds | 4 Baths | 3000 sqft
Hwy 83, Aspermont, TX 79502 - Stonewall County

Flying T

Serene Beauty is found in these Majestic Canyons of this Brazos River Valley. Unreplicated views Bring you back to a Time Long forgotten as you stand on these bluff's high above the river down below, as you might watch a Golden Eagle Soar above, hear the Unmistakable Bugle of Elk as you gaze upon a Great Bull watching over his heard as they wad in the Cool Muddy Waters of the Brazos, then you might look the other way just to catch a 200 plus Buck Dart off thru the trees, trying to escape the danger in his mind, unnoticed. The Elk make it seem like NM on the Pecos River, but other Game include: Native Whitetail, Possibly a few Mule Deer, Improved Whitetail, Mouflon, Chocolate & Spotted Fallow, Axis, Quail Bob's & Blue's, & Blackbuck. The own
Thomas Johnston The Real Estate Ranch L.L.C.
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$1,100,000 1,019 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2400 sqft
Childress, TX 79201 - Cottle County

Lawson Ranch

Description Lawson Ranch 1,019 AC | COTTLE COUNTY OVERVIEW Lawson Ranch is situated in the northeastern part of Cottle County sitting on the south side of the Pease River. This property has rolling terrain with breathtaking views from multiple parts of the ranch. Wildlife is abundant due to the abundance of coverage and water sources. This is great ranch for the avid hunter or cowman looking to expand his operation. IMPROVEMENTS Residence The main home sits on the southeastern section of the ranch with easy access to County Rd. 362. Home is two stories with multiple bedrooms, kitchen, and living room. Home needs to be rehabbed. Shops & Barns Next to the main homes is a 60x40 metal shop with electricity. There i
Ranchman Properties Team Keller Williams Realty
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$621,336 517 acres
Matador, TX 79244 - Motley County

Burgess Ranch

Burgess Ranch 517 acres, more or less north of Matador, Texas on the North Pease River, is a hunter's paradise. The upland country has a good roll to it with a few draws and on the north end the topography takes off down the hill to the river. You have the best of both worlds hunting the Burgess ranch. Brush species include mesquite, cedar, hackberry, lotebush, and sandsage. The composition of the native grasses is good. A 20 acre food plot is in place for wildlife to travel from the river bottom to the edge of the upland part of the ranch without detection. The water well on the south end and the river on the north end of the ranch are the sources of water. There is electricity in place with two RV sites, septic tank and 50
Danny Havins Davis Vernon Real Estate