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Delta County Cultivated Land

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

This 165 acre tract is your opportunity to own a proven Delta County farm. The property is operated by a local farmer, who would be willing to continue to farm the property under new ownership. !50 acres of cultivated ground, a 15 acre wildlife haven on the east end, and over 4100′ of FM 1530 frontage make this farm a unique tract. Located 5.5 miles northwest of Cooper on FM 1530. Pictures to be added soon.

Scenic Building Site or Development Tract

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

Located just two miles north of Cooper, at the intersection of FM 128 and CR 3020, this 40 acre tract is ideal for building a home or developing into smaller acreage tracts. Currently being used for storage of round bales, this native grass pasture could easily be developed to fit your needs. Utilities appear to be available along FM 128 but will need to be verified by potential buyers. Pictures coming soon as weather permits.

Phenomenal Recreation and Hunting Tract

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

Phenomenal recreation and hunting tract located just east of Lake Sulphur Springs! This tract is easily accessible on FM 2285, just one mile from State Highway 19, and only five miles from I30. This perfect weekend retreat is only fifty minutes from Rockwall and just over an hour from Dallas. The property is a great mixture of timber, small openings and creek bottom. Just inside the pipe entrance, mature oak trees lead to a phenomenal building site that is currently used as a camp area. The varying forms of wildlife habitat are home to deer, hogs, predators and waterfowl. The convergence of Horse Pen and White Oak Creeks on the property provide an abundance of surface water and fishing opportunities. Only minutes from all the amenities of Sulphur Springs, yet surprisingly secluded, this unique recreational tract will move very quickly priced at a firm $2200 per acre.

Development Land Near Montrose, CO

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

Located only 15 minutes away from Montrose and its commercial airport, and only 6 miles from Ridgway Lake & State Park. Prime for development, the property is in North Mesa Zoning, permitting 6-acre lots, and already has buried power, municipal water, and natural gas accessible. With nearly 3,000′ of paved county road frontage and spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains, this property is perfectly situated and ready to be put to its best use.

San Juan Gateway Ranch

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 by Cody Harris

The only developable land mass overlooking Ridgway Lake & State Park, this +/- 2,509-acre ranch is ideal as a private retreat or development property. With two miles of lake-view property line overlooking Ridgway Lake and the stunning San Juan Mountains including 14,000 peaks, this ranch is one of the rarest properties available in the United States.

San Juan Gateway Ranch is located only 40 miles from Telluride, 8 miles from Ridgway, and 20 miles from the commercial airport at Montrose.

Featuring elevations ranging from 7,000 – 7,800 AMSL and untouched wilderness, the ranch is teaming with wildlife and game including Elk, Muledeer, Bear and Turkeys. Minutes from Uncompahgre National Forest and only 2 miles from the Divide Ranch & Club 18-hole golf course, opportunities for recreation are endless.

With over 1.5 miles of Ouray County Road frontage, electricity on-site, municipal water available, and being located in the High Mesa Zone, which allows 35-acre residential tracts with the potential for higher density, this property is ideally situated for an incredible development opportunity. Bordered on the North by BLM land and on the East by Ridgway State Park & Lake.

Blank Canvass Ready For Its Painter

Posted on: April 6th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Just west of Cooper, Tx on Highway 64 this 81.25 acre tract is surrounded by very productive farm ground. Currently the property has been allowed to return to a more native state of wildlife habitat. Spotted cedars and tall grasses split by a wet weather creek with larger trees hold deer, feral hogs and other species of wildlife. The property could be easily converted back to cultivated land. Over 1540′ of frontage on Highway 64.

90.28 acres in Matagorda County, Texas

Posted on: July 11th, 2017 by Cuatro Strack

90.28 acres in Matagorda County with 2115 sq. ft. house. Gulf Coast Pasture with heavy soils. Fenced for cattle – currently grazing. All native pasture. Great location with easy access and State and County Road frontage. 3 bed/2 bath house with 2 car detached garage. Water well and septic. Buy all or part – will split.