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King County is located in Texas. The county covers 913 square miles (584,563 acres), equaling zero percent of the state's total area. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in King County at $1,048 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $1,197,508 (the most expensive listing being $4.2 million) and the median land-parcel size was 272 acres. In King County, Guthrie was the city with the most listings over the period. Acreage is the most common property type listed for sale in King County. One of the newest listings for land for sale in King County was this listing for 12158 acres in King County, TX. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of King County was 282 people living in a total of 181 households. Census Bureau data records 59 farms in King County, which comprise a total of 417,597 acres (an average of 7,078 acres per farm).
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King County, Texas: Land, Ranches, Farms & more

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$4,688,965 3,649 acres
Benjamin, TX 79505 - King County

Highly improved excellent hunting ranch

Size: 3,649 acres in Knox and King Counties Burden Ranch (Old Moorhouse Ranch East Camp) Location: Located in North Central Texas in Knox and King Counties approximately 11 miles west of Benjamin, Texas on the north side of Highway 114. Terrain: The Burden Ranch is a highly improved turn key excellent hunting and cattle ranch with a wide variety of terrain and vegetation. The southern portion of the ranch primarily consists of grassy flats and rolling terrain with cedar, mesquite, and hackberry scattered throughout. As you travel North on the ranch, the elevation consistently rises which provides outstanding views of the lower areas of the property as well as the big ranch country surrounding. The Northeast section of the Burden Ranch
Blaine Covington Texas Hunting Land, LLC
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$3,010,000 2,800 acres
Guthrie, TX 79236 - King County

2,800 acres Guthrie, TX

Recreational land for sale south of Paducah, TX in King county with highway and county road frontage for excellent access. Managed for hunting the ranch produces large deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, & bobcats. Ducks come throughout the winter months to the 11 earthen tanks and small designed playa lake. Several creeks traverse the ranch providing water and cover for the wildlife. Lots of cover is provided by mesquite flats, some cedar, and hardwoods along the creek drainages. Large neighbors include the historic 6666 Ranch giving the ranch both protection for wildlife management & nostalgia. Complete with a metal hunting lodge and storage for entertaining. Cattle lease and CRP provide steady income to owners.
Steve Baxter Mossy Oak Properties
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$2,271,400 1,640 acres
Knox City, TX 79529 - King County

Ranch with beautiful views

Size: 1640 acres Table Rock Ranch Location: Located on CR 352 in Southeast King County just South of HWY 222 between Knox City and Guthrie, Texas. Terrain: The Table Rock Ranch is a wonderful North Texas recreational ranch loaded with beautiful views, excellent hunting, plentiful outdoor activities, and offers a turn-key headquarters with a beautiful furnished Austin Stone Lodge that is perfect for entertaining guests or family time. Large elevation changes on Table Rock Ranch range in excess of 130 feet, with many vantage points offering towering views of the valleys and grassy flats below. In addition to all the hunting and recreational activities, the owner current has 55 cow/calf pairs on the ranch and you cannot even tell the
Blaine Covington Texas Hunting Land, LLC
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$1,750,000 1,000 acres
Guthrie, TX 79236 - King County

North Texas recreational ranch loaded with beautiful views

Size: 1,000 acres King County Location: Located in Southeast King County just off of HWY 222 between Knox City and Guthrie Texas. Terrain: The Wilson Ranch is a wonderful North Texas recreational ranch loaded with beautiful views, excellent high and low-fence hunting, and offers a turn-key camp with a super nice furnished Rock Lodge and extra living area. There areapproximately 900 under high fenced acres with well managed hunting in place, as well as 100 low fence acres across the county road that joins large acreages. Elevation changes on the Wilson Ranch range in excess of 225 feet, with multiple vantage points offering towering views of the several food plots below, the scenic countryside, and the main lodge camp area. Cedar
Blaine Covington Texas Hunting Land, LLC
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$330,000 330 acres
Guthrie, TX 79236 - King County

King County Hunting/CRP

King County Hunting/CRP State: Texas Region: Rolling Plains County: King County Property Type: Hunting/CRP Acres: 330 acres more or less Price: $1,000.00 per acre Taxes: Approximately $600.00 Location: Approximately 16 miles NW of Guthrie This excellent hunting property is enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) through September 30, 2019 for an annual payment of $9,823 (334 acres at $29.41). It has a good stand of grass with some Mesquite trees which provide good cover for both quail and whitetail deer. There is a recorded easement from the property to a county road a couple of hundred yards away. A hunting cabin which is a concrete block building approximately 12x40 is located in a stand of larger trees. The
Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC
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Contact for Price 12,158 acres
Benjamin, TX 79505 - King County

12,158 acres Benjamin, TX

Venado Grande Ranch is an outstanding northwest Texas hunting ranch known for excellent trophy whitetail deer, turkeys, doves, quail, ducks and wild hogs. The ranch can be sold as one track of 12,158 acres, 8,103 acres or 4,438 acres. Two-thirds of the ranch has not been hunted in more than 20 years. The majority of the land is rolling with scattered cedar and mesquite tree cover. There are eight pastures and 150 acres previously planted in wheat. Most of the ranch is a strong red sandy loam soil...the best. The primary source of water for the ranch is from the King Cottle Water Coop. Five 10,000 gallon tanks store water which is distributed by pipelines to 26 cattle and wildlife troughs throughout the ranch. There are many stock ponds with
Joe Wilson Sam Vester and Joe Wilson