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5,230 acres Benjamin, TX $10,500,000

5,230 acres Benjamin, TX

Knox County No Fences Land Company No Fences Land Company

Type: Acreage

Location: 5 miles south of Benjamin, TX Land: Currently, there are well over 1,300 acres of cultivated fields located within the boundaries of Lago Grande River Ranch. A local rancher has planted the main wheat field and is currently grazing the winter wheat crop. Other fields are used for wildlife food plots and are located along the river. Water: 500+/- acre private lake 10 miles of frontage on the Brazos River Over 2.2 miles of sloughs Perhaps the most amazing feature of Lago Grande River Ranch is the massive 500+/- surveyed acre lake that is known as "Lake Davis" to the locals within a several county radius. Wildlife/Hunting: Lake Davis historically wintered tens of thousands of ducks and geese. You would be hard pressed to talk to a duck and goose guide within a hundred miles who does not know Lake Davis, and if he hasn't had the privilege of hunting close by, he has likely wished he could. It is unnerving to be near the lake in the early morning hours, when the sun is just beginning to rise, and hear the spectacular thunder that 100,000 wings make as they lift off the water and head to the many food sources that can be found within 10 miles in every direction. A local hunting guide, who has hunted the area for more than twenty years, says it is not uncommon on any given morning during the winter months to witness over 100,000 geese depart their Lake Davis roost. To the goose hunter, it is the epicenter of west Texas waterfowl. For the duck hunter, there is unbridled potential to create the finest wetland habitat in all of west Texas. With over 2.2 miles of sloughs, which are fed by the tail-waters of Lake Davis, a future owner could create a series of flooded marshes that would make what a well-respected wildlife consultant who specializes in wetland habitat design and mitigation services said could be "the best he has ever seen ." By just flipping an electric switch during the dryer months, water can be pumped directly out of Lake Davis, through a series of underground irrigation pipes, to flood newly planted fields of attractants such as: Barn Yard Grass, Millet, Smart Weed and other food sources at the exact times when the soil temperatures are ideal for the best chance of attaining higher yields of output. You cannot have a place called "Lago Grande" without talking about some big fish. A bass in excess of 14 lbs. has been retrieved from the deep waters of Lake Davis, and it is rumored that at one time, the lake was the scene of a state-record Crappie. Anyone who sees this majestic body of water would be hard pressed to think that it would not be possible for a record holder to come out of the deep clear water. Huge Catfish are also the norm and are legendary among the locals. With the southern border of this ranch meandering along approximately 10 miles of frontage on the Brazos River, this property is a wildlife Mecca. Trophy Whitetails find refuge in what one biologist termed as "the ideal mix of cover, vegetative browse, and travel corridors." Although the ranch is in the infancy stage of a wildlife management program, it is not uncommon to see 160-170 class Boone and Crockett Whitetails with deer in the 180's harvested. Over 1,300 acres of dry-land wheat fields serve as an "all-you-can-eat buffet" for the different populations of species that are truly spoiled by this readily-available food source. Wild hogs are numerous and add a 365-day dimension for the avid hunter who likes to get out and chase game all year long. Healthy populations of Rio Grande Turkeys can be found throughout the entire ranch. There is nothing like being on the river in early April to hear the chorus of overzealous gobblers sounding off as dawn breaks in hopes of attracting the most hens to their side of the pasture. Healthy populations of Bob-White quail are also scattered throughout the majority of the ranch. Property Summary: Lago Grande River Ranch is truly the "only one of its kind!" Seldom does a property come up for sale that no matter who you are or where you have been in the world, you just have to stop and say: "Wow! Now that is a special place!" If you appreciate special places, are an avid outdoorsman or woman, enjoy hunting, fishing, and just being among God's creations, it does not get any finer than this. Lago Grande River Ranch is truly "THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND!!!" Property may be divided into smaller tracts.

3,400 acres Benjamin, TX $3,145,000

3,400 acres Benjamin, TX

Knox County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage

This ranch has excellent neighbors and is well protected, allowing you to grow trophy whitetails. It is bordered by the 100,000 acre Spikebox Ranch on its west side, a 15,000 acre high fence game ranch along the whole north border, and farms and cattle ranches to the east and south. The ranch has a diverse terrain, with mesquite flats and wheat fields on top and rolling cedar hills and deep draws in the bottom land. The land breaks over the south bluff of the Wichita River Valley in its middle, creating expansive views for miles around. A rural water line and utilities are already ran deep into the property, so together with the views, this is a great place to build a lodge or home. The ranch's many hills and bluffs, coupled with the brush and open pastures, create the perfect setting for tower blinds and feeders. The wheat fields, which total some 700 acres, are great for drawing in deer and provide excellent rifle hunting opportunities as well. The ranch has not been hunted in over five years, allowing the whitetails to grow in thickness and mass. Bucks in this region are known to grow into the 140-170 class. Wild hogs are also plentiful, as well as bobcat, duck, and dove, with some turkey and quail. The ranch has lots of water, with fifteen water tanks scattered throughout it. Some of these are several acres in size, while others are smaller catch tanks. They all have very strong dams and even the smaller ones are 10-15' deep. The ponds and basins are fed by the multiple creek washes running through the ranch. Rural water is available too, if stock tanks are desired. Other improvements include perimeter fencing, a fantastic interior road system, and a gated entrance off of Highway 6, which is a paved two-lane public road. Asking Price: $925/acre The Wichita Valley Ranch is priced right, to include so many improvements and diversity. Call land agent Ben Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 to schedule your private showing of this ranch.

1,210 acres Goree, TX $1,808,950

1,210 acres Goree, TX

Knox County Steve Williams Hunting Country Real Estate LLC

Type: Acreage

1210 m/l acres, Knox County Texas Hunting Property with Minerals Description: Diverse ranch with Trophy Whitetail Deer, Waterfowl, Turkey, Quail and Dove hunting. The ranch has paved road frontage (FM 266) with the Brazos River along its northern boundary. Some cleared pastures for cattle and cultivated wheat fields, a 10 acre lake with several stock tanks. Nearest town is Seymour with all the amenities. Size: 1210 +/- acres Location: Paved Road Frontage with County Road 266 approximately 20 miles from the town of Seymour, DFW is 2.5 hours and Abilene 1.75 hours. Terrain and water: Varied terrain structure from ravines, ridges, and gullies to river bottoms. Over 90 acres of cultivated fields in Wheat and 300 acres in native pasture. Vegetation comprises of Cedar, Mesquite, Pecan and Cottonwoods along the river. There are numerous stock tanks that would support wildlife or cattle and a 10 acre lake just recently developed that holds diverse waterfowl. An artesian on the property runs year around, a new water well has been drilled by Hunters Camp and the Brazos River runs along the northern boundary for about 1.5 miles. Terrain has over 300 feet of elevation change with some great views of the property and the surrounding area. Minerals: Seller owns 50% mineral and executive rights of the 1210 acres. Mineral and executive rights are negotiable into the total sale price. CRP: 400 acres in CRP at $13,000 per year (seller estimate), 3 years approximately remaining on the contract. Fencing: Fencing is 5 strand barbwire, in new to good condition, surrounding the property in its entirety. Improvements: Recently constructed 10 acre lake and road network built throughout the property with new culverts being placed. Utilities and support: Electricity is accessible along the County Road and to the Hunters Camp by the Lake. The town of Seymour has a hospital, schools, stores and airport with 5,000 feet of usable runway. Taxes: Ag Valuation Wildlife / Hunting: The ranch supports Trophy Whitetail Deer (150-185 class), Waterfowl (along the Texas Fly-way), an improving Quail population, Turkeys, Dove and Hogs. There is fishing along the Brazos and the 10 acre lake. Potential: There is the potential to drill on the property with the current mineral rights, with some oil and gas production in the area. CRP annual payments, with hunting and cattle operation possibilities make this property a great investment.

1,135 acres Benjamin, TX $1,674,125

1,135 acres Benjamin, TX

Knox County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: Acreage

Size: 1135 Knox --Narrows Ranch-- Location: The Narrows Ranch is located on US HWY 82 approximately 5 miles East of Benjamin, Texas in Knox County. Approximately 155 miles from Downtown Fort Worth, TX. Terrain: The turn-key Narrows Ranch offers fantastic views, large cedar break escarpments, mesquite flats, diverse terrain for recreational activities, and excellent hunting in big ranch country. There are multiple large elevation changes throughout the ranch, several springs with pools in the middle of the ranch, and brushy creek bottoms throughout the center of the ranch. There are three ponds scattered across the ranch offering a water source for wildlife, livestock, and fishing. Some areas of the Narrows Ranch are rolling with minimal brush and excellent grasses with most other areas being more elevated and heavier in cedar, mesquite, and hackberry. This ranch is a great setup for the outdoorsman who loves to hunt and likes rough ranch country with lots of character. The Narrows Ranch is definitely worth seeing with its excellent access, multiple year round activities, and the ability to walk right in and start enjoying your ranch property! Improvements: Very nice large metal barn 30 x 100 with built in bunkhouse area with kitchen and den area, Two large electric roll-up doors for ATV storage, Electricity, Coop water, Paved road frontage with gravel driveway, three ponds, 7-8 established food plot areas, concrete low water crossings, good road system with culverts in place in low spots, several blinds and feeders. Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove, Quail. Price: $1475.00 per acre Contact: Andrew Pennington - Agent (940) 838-8112 or email

1,280 acres Truscott, TX $928,000

1,280 acres Truscott, TX

Knox County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Acreage

NEW PRICE! Located on Hwy 6 in between Benjamin and Truscott TX , Knox County, the Myers Ranch is ideal for hunting, ranching and /or recreation of just about any kind. The ranch is popular for its large deer as evident by the Boone and Crockett harvested in 2009 that grossed over 170 and netted 167. In addition to the abundant of large whitetail the Myers is also home to feral hogs, rio grande turkey as well as excellent varmint hunting. Cover on the ranch is a combination of heavy large mesquite, some cedar, scattered hardwoods and excellent native grass. The ranch has been well managed over the years and has good to excellent fencing around the perimeter. Two stock tanks are on the property and a great creek that is a natural highway for wildlife. The ranching for this area well be good as the sellers have limited the grazing on the ranch and at this time there is sufficient grass for livestock. The ranch has great views due to its rolling nature and in the off season trail riding and hiking would be great way to pass the time. If you're looking for land for sale that is excellent proven hunting or just wanting a good combo place priced to sale don't miss the Myers Ranch.

400 acres Goree, TX $475,000

400 acres Goree, TX

Knox County Dane Mount Davis Vernon Real Estate

Type: Acreage

The Brazos River Ranch is located on the south side of the river approximately 8 miles north of Goree, Texas on FM 266. The ranch has great access from the highway that fronts the west side of the property. The ranch has approximately 1/2 mile of river frontage and lots of elevation change. The ranch has excellent cover and an abundance of grass that provides great habitat for the wildlife in this area of northwest Texas. The Brazos River Ranch is an excellent hunting ranch for whitetail deer, quail, turkey and dove. There have been several nice bucks taken in this area along the river. This ranch is a diamond in the rough that could be made into a great recreational ranch only 3 hours from the DFW metroplex. There are several spots to build tanks, food plots and other projects to improve the wildlife in this area. Also there are several great places to build a cabin or home with great views of the Brazos River valley. If you are looking for a ranch to develop into a world class hunting ranch then you need to take a look at this one!! **IMPROVEMENTS** Perimeter fence Electricity Ranch roads Paved road access **WILDLIFE** Whitetail deer Quail Turkey Dove Wild hogs **VEGETATION** Hardwoods -Hackberry -China berry Mesquite Cedar Sumac Plum thickets Native grasses **WATER** 1 Tank Brazos River Sub-surface **MINERALS** Available with an acceptable contract CONTACT DANE MOUNT AT 940-839-6247 TO SCHEDULE YOUR PRIVATE SHOWING!

440 acres Bomarton, TX $429,000

440 acres Bomarton, TX

Knox County John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Location/Description: This property is located just north of Highway 277 on the Baylor/ Knox county line. Distance from Fort Worth is approximately 150 miles, and 150 miles to Lubbock. The County road dead ends into the property so it is very private. Acreage: 440 acres of which 111 acres are in cultivation and currently planted to wheat. The cultivated acres are divided into two fields. The remaining acreage is in native pasture. Improvements: There is an old barn and set of working pens on the property. Fences are in good condition. Terrain: This property is Level to Rough Broken Land with an estimated 75 feet of elevation change from highest point to lowest. There are beautiful views from all over this place! Water: The property is watered by two earthen tanks which are both holding water at the time of this writing. A rural coop water line is nearby. Electricity: Electricity is available to the property. Vegetation: This ranch has a good turf of a variety of native grasses. The brush cover is mostly mesquite with quite a few Hackberries and other broad leaf trees along the draws. Game: This ranch has an abundance of Whitetail Deer, as well as Bobwhite Quail, Turkeys, and Feral Hogs. Leases: There is a current lease to a local farmer for the cultivated land. Minerals: Seller believes that he owns 25% of the minerals. He will transfer all that he has with an acceptable contract. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE AND CORRECT. HOWEVER, EKDAHL REAL ESTATE DOES NOT GIVE ANY WARRANTY FOR ITS ACCURACY. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS REAL ESTATE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE SELLER

370 acres Munday, TX $397,750

370 acres Munday, TX

Knox County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: Acreage

Size: 370 acres ~ Scott Lake Waterfowl Slough Location: Scott Lake is located in Southern Knox County on the Haskell and Knox County Line just Southeast of Munday, Texas Terrain: Absolutely phenomenal waterfowl hunting land in the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP). With approximately 3000 acres of drainage area, the lake's level will vary with rainfall, when full it is about 250 surface acres (3.5 feet deep at the most) and in the hot summer months, it actually shrinks to just a mud hole in the summer and allows vegetation such as smartweed and millet to grow. The lake is fed by runoff from surrounding fields, as well as the county road ditches. Vegetation throughout the Scott Lake includes tall Switchgrass, Side oats Grama, Plain Bristle grass, Kleingrass, B. Dahl and Bluestem. This ranch is located in an area of much surface water, lots of grain crops, and in a huge flyway zone, the Central Flyway. In the winter months, waterfowl by the thousands are roosting on the lake. Lesser Canadian Geese are the predominant waterfowl from November through February, but ducks including teal, pintails, widgeons, mallards, gadwalls are also common to Scott Lake. There are many vantage points around and out in Scott Lake that allow multiple hunters and different hunting setups for morning, evening, wind direction, etc. Scott lake has no hunting pressure from the neighboring properties. Improvements: Good to Excellent fencing; Concrete spillway with rocked overflow canal; Electricity available; Several Waterfowl Blinds; County Rd access Wildlife: Geese, Ducks, Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove Price: $1,075 per acre Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112

320 acres Knox City, TX $389,000

320 acres Knox City, TX

Knox County Dane Mount Davis Vernon Real Estate

Type: River Property

The TT Ranch is located in southwest Knox County and is on both sides of the Brazos River. The ranch is accessed off of CR 1755 and is surrounded by large neighbors. The terrain runs from some good cultivation to cedar breaks and turns in to good flats at the river. The cultivation that is available creates a revenue stream and also provides the opportunity to plant food plots for the variety of wildlife in this area. The ranch is just east of some of the most famous ranches in Texas such as the 6666, Pitchfork, Spike Box and Moorehouse Ranch. The Brazos River is known for great hunting and this ranch has it all including access to both sides of the river, elevation change, good cover and large hardwoods along the river. The ranch has good water with earth tanks and a creek that runs through the ranch with the Brazos River as a bonus. If you are looking for a small hunting ranch with income potential in a great area of northwest Texas then you need to look at the TT Ranch in Knox County!! **IMPROVEMENTS** Electricity Perimeter and cross fences Ranch roads **WILDLIFE** Whitetail deer Turkey Quail Dove Duck and geese Wild hogs **VEGETATION** Hardwoods -Cottonwood -Hackberry -Chinaberry Cedar Mesquite Native grass Wheat **WATER** Brazos River Tanks Wet weather creek **MINERALS** Surface only CONTACT DANE MOUNT AT 940-839-6247 TO SCHEDULE YOUR PRIVATE SHOWING!

330 acres Truscott, TX $283,985

330 acres Truscott, TX

Knox County Matt McLemore Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Wichita Falls Division

Type: Acreage

There are many upsides to this farm and ranch in Truscott, TX Knox Co It has a combination of approx. 235 acres of good farmland combined w/approx. 95 acres of rolling pasture land. This unique property sits on the flat top before it falls off into the rolling breaks. This aspect gives the owner multiple uses whether it be farming, ranching, and/or hunting for deer, birds, feral hogs etc. The ranch has been rested for quite sometime. Utilities are readily handy. A rural water line sits just on the north side of CR 3300 and electric is runs by the farm. In addition there are 2 stock tanks. Perimeter fences appear to be in good shape.

80 acres Goree, TX $159,900

80 acres Goree, TX

Knox County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: Acreage

Size: 80 Acres --RFC Ranch-- Location: Located at the end of County Rd 4588 near the Baylor-Knox County Line Between Bomarton and Goree, Texas. A couple miles off of HWY 277 and less than 10 minutes drive from Seymour, Texas and Munday, Texas Terrain: This End of the Road Ranch is 80 acres of thick brush, dense hardwoods, and a few open areas with a wet weather running through the middle of the ranch. The creek area and surroundings are heavily lined with timber and thick grasses providing bedding areas, turkey roosts, and excellent bowhunting opportunities. The main creek is very winding throughout the property and between it and another smaller tributary, there is over 1 MILE of creek frontage on this 80 acre tract! Most of the terrain is gently rolling and the brush consists of large hackberry, elm, chinaberry, several other hardwoods, plum thickets, and mesquite. A nice deep pond is located near the entrance of the property and serves as a source of water for wildlife and cattle. For a small parcel of land, this 80 acre tract provides all sorts of recreational activities and has so much to offer the hunter, rancher, and outdoorsman Improvements: Electricity, One Pond, Steel Cattle Pens with chute and Trap area; Two old deer blinds; Excellent Fencing and Gates; County Road Access (Dead end is at ranch). Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Quail, Dove, Duck, Wild Hogs. Minerals: Some minerals may be available with an acceptable contract. Price: $159,900

58.5 acres Knox City, TX $375,000

58.5 acres Knox City, TX

Knox County David Counts, Marla Hawkins, & Pat Gonzales Counts Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2000 SqFt

Custom Built Country Home located in a quiet country setting. Large ranch style home featuring custom finishing touches including custom doors. Large open living room/ kitchen combination featuring a custom built bar, 10 ft. ceilings and custom trim. The master bedroom features a large walk in closet and master bath with tiled shower and large tub, with the laundry conveniently located close by. The upstairs area features a "Man Cave" movie room and a third bedroom. The exterior of the home boasts large covered porches, manicured yard and awesome views of the big Texas sky. The back deck includes a hot tub for evening relaxation with family and friends. The added bonus space featuring a large office and conference room sets just a few steps away from the main house. The surrounding 50+/- Acres is fenced, has 3 water wells and features a large tank fed by a creek. Located just a few miles west of Knox City, this property is one of a kind. Shown by appointment only.....
 

0 acres Knox City, TX $55,000

0 acres Knox City, TX

Knox County David Counts, Marla Hawkins, & Pat Gonzales Counts Real Estate, LLC

Type: Residential 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1150 SqFt

3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath Brick home located close the Knox City Golf Course. Featuring an open floor plan with a split bedroom design, this home has updated painting, an attached single car garage, carport, covered patio and fenced back yard. The bathroom has had some updates. Ready for a new owner, listed at $55,000.
 

0 acres Knox City, TX $45,000

0 acres Knox City, TX

Knox County David Counts, Marla Hawkins, & Pat Gonzales Counts Real Estate, LLC

Type: Residential 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1470 SqFt

SELLERS MAY PAY UP TO $3000 TOWARD BUYERS CLOSING COST, SUBJECT TO THE OFFER MADE! Looking for a new home, but funds are limited? This motivated Seller may help you with that situation, subject to the offer made. Seller may contribute up to $2000 toward your closing costs, reducing the amount you have to come up with out of your own pocket. This brick home features 2's...2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Living Areas, 2 car garage. Located in a good residential neighborhood, just one block from the City Park, this home is great for a family! A large fenced back yard makes it ideal for children, or for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The kitchen has a good working floor plan and opens into the dining room. The dining room has built in storage and large windows. Central Heat and Air and a Cellar right out the back door rounds out the amenities.This property is ready for immediate occupancy.
 

0 acres Knox City, TX $29,000

0 acres Knox City, TX

Knox County David Counts, Marla Hawkins, & Pat Gonzales Counts Real Estate, LLC

Type: Residential 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1200 SqFt

1200+/- SqFt Brick home located on a corner lot with a fenced back yard, large driveway, 2 car garage. Built in 1950, the Original wood floors, baseboards and moldings are still intact, plus the interior walls are solid wood. Some new windows and fresh paint. There is room for improvements and sprucing up, the property needs some cosmetic TLC. This property is valued at $29,070 according to the 2013 Knox County appraisal district. Listed at $29,000 and is agent owned.
 
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