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Land for sale including Horse Property in Copperas Cove Texas

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$80,000 10 acres
Tract 8 1501 Duncan Rd, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 - Coryell County

Duncan Ranch Estates Tract 8

Ten of the best acres you will find to build your dream home. This property has it all; hardwoods and building areas. This property is a must see, the potential is endless.
David Carpenter & Blake Ledyard Carpenter Ranch Sales
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$90,000 10 acres
Tract 12 Duncan Road, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 - Coryell County

Duncan Ranch Estates tract 12

Tract 12 of Duncan Estates is your own piece of paradise. Ten acres of tranquility and abundant wildlife. This piece of paradise is the perfect place for your Dream House.
David Carpenter & Blake Ledyard Carpenter Ranch Sales
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$93,690 10.41 acres
Tract 11 Duncan Road, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 - Coryell County

Duncan Ranch Estates Tract 11

Tract 11 is your Dream Home destination. This piece of paradise is 10.41 acres with Duncan Road frontage and a creek running alongside it. Imagine sitting on your porch watching wildlife and enjoying peace and quiet. What more can you ask for? We look forward to showing you around and helping you fall in love with your new home site.
David Carpenter & Blake Ledyard Carpenter Ranch Sales
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$80,000 10 acres
Tract 9 Duncan Road, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 - Coryell County

Duncan Ranch Estates Tract 9

Tract 9 of Duncan Estates is 10 acres of secluded and private land. All tracts around it are 10 acres also, so you will enjoy the piece and quiet of owning your own piece of Texas. Build your Dream Home and enjoy abundant wildlife, starry nights and wide-open spaces.
David Carpenter & Blake Ledyard Carpenter Ranch Sales
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$120,708 19.16 acres
FM 1113, Copperas Cove, TX 76522 - Coryell County

TBD FM 1113 Copperas 76522 Cove, Tx

Beautiful piece of land. Completely enclosed by a fence. One side is completely bordered by a rock wall. The land has previously been used to grow broom corn and was also used for grazing. It was at one point tiered. The rain has washed the soil down towards the rock wall, which has trapped all of the sediment. That part of the land now contains very nice, deep soil.
Farm + Ranch Division Magnolia Realty