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Land for sale in Quitaque Texas

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$691,200 640 acres
FM 689, Quitaque, TX 79255 - Floyd County

The Rough Section

TOPOGRAPHY: Several small canyons with dry creeks separated by tall ridges, roughly 250' change in elevation across this property. Plenty of cedar and mesquite for good cover. IMPROVEMENTS: 4 portable buildings, 3 of which are set up to be used as cabins. Perimeter fencing. WATER: 1 solar well, 1 windmill, several dirt tanks. UTILITIES: ELEC: No . NATURAL GAS: No . PROPANE: No PERSONAL PROPERTY: Several deer blinds and feeders are in place and will be included with the sale. TAXES: TOTAL: $197.70 . for 2016 w/ag exemptions . SCHOOL DISTRICT: Turkey-Quitaque ISD MINERALS: Subject to previous reservations of record, Seller will reserve none. POSSESSION: Possession will be upon closing, subject to a grazin
Lewis Whitaker Whitaker Real Estate
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$360,000 240 acres
Quitaque, TX 79255 - Briscoe County

Briscoe County 240

Location: This property is located in the southeast corner of Briscoe County on the Briscoe and Motley County line. Amarillo, Texas, is about 100 miles northwest of the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 89 miles southwest. Acres: +/- 240 Description: Great hunting property in Briscoe County, Texas. +/-97.53 acres of dryland farming and +/- 120.6 acres enrolled in CRP, and the rest shelter belts and grassland. This property offers it all! Plowed ground creates the opportunity to develop food plots, great for attracting a variety of wildlife. However, property has a current cotton harvest. A shelter belt in combination with natural brush cover provide a place for deer and quail to feel protected. Located near wild and native can
JT and Jaime Haynes Triangle Realty