Land for Sale in Texas
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Texas is the second-biggest state in the United States, covering an area of 268,601 square miles (172 million acres). Of its total landmass, 261,232 square miles (97 percent) is made up of land, while the remaining 7,365 square miles comprises water. The Lone Star State has over 200 public hunting areas, which include wildlife management areas, state parks and U.S. Forest Service lands. The state is also home to 191,000 miles of rivers and streams, along with numerous lakes and reservoirs and Gulf of Mexico coastline. Lands of America research shows that 97 percent of land in the Lone Star State is privately owned. Texas's current price-per-acre average places it 33rd in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $18.5 billion of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 5.1 million acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Texas. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Henderson County had the most land and farms for sale.
Swisher County Irrigated Section
Property Type: Irrigated Farm
Acres: 320 acres more or less
Price: $1,375.00 per acre
Taxes: $652.53 (2016)
Location: 7 miles west and 1 mile north of Kress
This farm has a -mile Reinke sprinkler supplied by 6 wells with submersible electric motors and pumps. All wells are connected by underground line to the pivot which utilizes a booster pump. A 2 underground line supplies a stock water tank near the middle of the farm. This nice farm with many depreciable assets is priced to sell.
Swisher Co CRP* 480+/- Acres* Stock Water* Exc. Grazing*
5 M North, 1 M East of Claytonville TX*
Legal Description: S/2 and NE/4, Section 94, Block A, Swisher County Texas, containing 480 acres more or less.
Description: This is a nice CRP property located in the SE quadrant of Swisher County Texas. There are 398.44 acres enrolled. The annual payment is $13,948.00, and the contract expires on 9/30/2020. The remaining 81.56+/- acres consist of mostly playa lake bottom and other grass. The grass is in good condition and would make an excellent cattle place after the CRP expires. While there is a large playa lake bottom, it also provides excellent grazing for cattle. An older house and outbuildings are located on the east side. There