Ranching, Hunting, Rural Property in the Abilene, TX, and Big Country Area
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Excellent hunting property, especially bow hunting. Rough, sandy, country that has lots of trees, brush, and other cover. Abundant wildlife- deer, hogs, turkey, varmints, etc. Larger tracts of land on three sides. Property accessed afoot or by ATVs.

Hunting Property North of Aspermont,Texas overlooking Salt Fork of Brazos River.

Vacant land property with mature trees consisting of 0.9872 acres in Shep, Texas. This property is situated on the east side of FM 1086. Electricity is available nearby along FM 1086, buyer to verify water source.

Surface Estate Only.

No Survey; acreage and property boundary was based upon Taylor County CAD Parcel Nos. 49576 and 973136.

This recreational ranch located just northwest of Shep, TX is approximately 154.50 acres and is comprised of a mixture of dryland cultivation and native pastureland. The ranch features a seasonal creek which traverses the property, perimeter barbed wire fencing, electricity and a water well. Seller and listing broker are unaware of the exact working capacity of the water well. Thus, it is recommended to any prospective buyer that the well’s capacity be verified by a reliable source.

Surface Estate Only.

No Survey; acreage was based upon Taylor County CAD Parcel Nos. 24039 and 26964.

This property has been severed from a 120.98 Ac tract. No fence on east side between tracts. New fence will have to be constructed within 120 days after sale. Very good hunting and future home site in Jim Ned School District. Mature Oaks with one earth tank.

This property is located just southwest of the city of Anson and borders the city to the south and to the west. The location of this tract makes for an ideal rural residential “ranchette” development containing access along CR 475 and surrounded by residential uses. This multi-use tract of land is currently cultivation land and plowed for cotton crop. The farming operation is currently leased under a share-cropping agreement in place and could continue if desired. If this property were planted in wheat or sunflowers, you would have every dove in Jones County on this property!! Call listing agent for more info.

Sam Walker: 325 668 7005

Property has mesquite, oaks, cedar and native grasses. Some elevation changes. Good fences, small cultivated field, one dirt tank. Great place for hunting, cattle grazing or both. Southern end of ranch has CR 169 running East and West as southern border. Property is the original site of the old historical gasoline manufacturing plant. It is located behind a fence and sits on approximately 21 acres. Parts of the original plant and housing still behind this fence. Property has been cleared through Texas RRC. There is oil production and activity on the property. Some mineral/royalty interest could possibly convey depending on accepted offer. Acreage is estimated, survey has not been completed on this tract.