Beautiful 25 +/- acres on Prideaux Road just one mile west of Hwy 16 in Archer County. The property is roughly 70% wooded with the majority being post oaks and some live oaks. The property has electricity at the road and a large stock tank. Abundant wildlife include whitetail, hogs, turkey and dove. SOLD!
Turn-key 10 acres located on Hwy 380 W just 9.75 miles west of Jacksboro, TX and 15 miles east of Graham, TX. This property has a water well, electricity, working pens and a small lean-to barn that is in good shape. This property has roughly 825 feet of Hwy 380 road frontage.
Beautiful 330 Acres in Jack County located just 3 miles north of Jacksboro, TX on Hwy 59. The property includes 3 stock tanks, nice elevation change and is mostly wooded with minimal improved pastures. The property has abundant wild game including: whitetail, feral hogs, turkey and a tremendous amount of dove. The property is also suited for cattle with its abundant water and lush natural vegetation. Clean, turn-key property.
One of a kind 265-acre property with 4 lakes, superb hunting and cover with easy access throughout. Three lime rock lakes remain providing for year around water sources and some of the best duck hunting in Jack County. This property is full of wild game including, whitetail, hogs, dove quail and turkey. A large dry creek runs through the property feeding the last lake. SOLD!
This residence and 5 acres will not last long. This 1-bedroom, 1-bath residence with oversized living area and kitchen is situated on a wooded 5-acre tract with a small creek running through the middle and is located just 10 minutes from Jacksboro. The property has a good water well as well as a small barn on the property. SOLD!
This 25-acre tract is half cultivated and half native vegetation, and is located just south of Loving, TX on Hwy 16. fronting Steadham Road as well. The property has electricity and one stock tank that holds water well. This property could be used for agriculture, hunting or residential. Asking price: SOLD!
Must see 23 acres on Hwy 4 just 6 miles south of Jacksboro, TX. This small tract has beautiful hardwoods, mostly post oaks and elms, a creek on the north end and electricity at the highway. The property is 60% wooded with rest open with excellent native grasses. Abundant whitetail, hogs, turkey and dove. Would make for a perfect home site or hunting property. SOLD!
Clean 98 acres in south Jack County just 8 miles south of Jacksboro, TX. The property includes wheat fields, large oaks, electricity and very secluded. It provides excellent hunting and multiple stock tanks.
134.12 surveyed acres in picturesque Eastland County, positioned six miles north of Cisco, Texas with US Highway 183 frontage. This unique property is a short 105 mile drive from Fort Worth and offers all the amenities that most hunters/weekend retreaters are yearning for……… spectacular views, mature live oak and oak trees, three stock tanks, co-op water available, and electricity. Additionally, some minerals will be conveyed in this sale!!! Superb deer, turkey and hog hunting on this property
Secluded 97.7 acres in south Jack County 14 miles south of Jacksboro, TX in Jack County. The property is heavily wooded with a large cultivated field, mature hardwoods, electricity and two stock tanks. It provides excellent hunting with abundant whitetail, hogs, turkey and dove. Ideally suited for a weekend getaway retreat or hunting property. SOLD!
Heavily wooded 7.34 acres on Marley Road located 2.6 miles off Hwy 380 just east of Bryson, TX. Fully fencing, water well, septic and electricity on the property. Perfect for a home site or recreational hunting. Some minerals will be conveyed with sale. — SOLD–