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36 acres near St Johns, AZ
$22,500 | 36 acres
First United Realty
20 acres near Sierra Blanca, TX
$17,900 | 20 acres
80 acres near Rising Star, TX
$320,000 | 80 acres
Gold Mine Estates, LLC
4801 cr 1027Rising StarTexas76471
1940 acres near Daisy, OK
$3,200,000 | 1940 acres
Briggs Freeman Sotheby's-Farm & Ranch Division
Lamb County Land Info
Lamb County, Texas, is considered a non-metropolitan area located adjacent to a large metro region. The county is the 150th largest county in the state based on population and it's the 78th largest based on size (1,018 square miles). Lamb County is one of 70 counties located in West Texas. The West Texas region is a sprawling area that can loosely be classified as comprising the counties around the main metro areas of El Paso, Lubbock, Abilene, Midland/Odessa and San Angelo. The most common type of land for sale in Lamb County is farms. Other common property types for sale in Lamb County include ranches, undeveloped land, residential property and recreational property. Recent Lands of Texas data showed 7,890 acres of land for sale in Lamb County valued at a combined $10 million, with a median sale price of $136,000. Based on data for median land prices throughout the state, land for sale in Lamb County is currently valued cheaper than in other counties. The city of Olton in Lamb County featured the most land listings for sale. The average price-per-acre value of land for sale in Lamb County places the county 214th overall in the state. With its agricultural economy responsible for estimated annual receipts of $575 million, Lamb County farms and ranches are mostly focused on crop production for plants like wheat, cotton and corn.
Excellent West Texas grassland. 1 well with very good water. No fences. 40% mineral rights convey. Excellent sandy loam soil. Gently sloping to level. Dove, quail, deer hunting. No structures. Rural Electricity.
Potential investment property in Southwest Lamb County. This gently sloping tract has good stand of grass with good sandy loam soil conducive for dry land cotton for area. Conservation Reserve Contract in force until September 30, 2020 with 173.8 enrolled acres with pmt/acre of $39.87, totaling $6929 in annual pmts. CRP contracts available for review and due diligence upon contract acceptance. Owners have two other tracts, one irrigated and another CRP available in county.