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$3,129,000  •  979.35 acres
$4,641,000
Black Lake Ranch – 979.35 +/- acres 95 miles E of Dallas. Highly productive cattle ranch in Central Delta County. Little to no flood zone allows max use of all pastures. Frontage along Hwy 19 & FM 895 allows for easy access. New perimeter fence is 5’ no-climb & barbwire; fenced into multiple pastures. Previous cultivation, multiple hay pastures, pipe wkg pens; & multiple water sources. 2,236sqft (tax) main home (vacant) & older 1,278sqft (tax) home is currently rented; 5,000 sqft shop w-25’ overhang. Rolling terrain & scattered hardwds provide ample cover for many wildlife species. See supplemental docs for approx. boundary lines. Additional 349 acres available for $3,195/acre Video tour: https://www.youtube.com/embed/kMUFfsWrRdk Contact Jody Hargus, 214-797-0989 for showings. Buyer's agent must be identified on 1st contact & must accompany buyer on all showings to be allowed full fee participation. If condition not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Listing Broker. This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but in no way warranted by Dave Perry Miller or Ebby Halliday. Buyer & Buyer's representatives to verify all information contained herein. DIRECTIONS: FROM COOPER EAST ON HWY 154 TO HWY 19 FOR APPROX. 6 MILES TO FM 895; TURN RIGHT ON FM 895; HEAD EAST ON FM 895 FOR APPROX .5 MILES AND MAIN ENTRANCE WILL BE ON YOUR LEFT. LOOK FOR WHITE PIPE FENCE AND SIGNS.
$1,115,055  •  349 acres
Approx. 349 acres in central Delta County approx. 95 miles East of Dallas. Highly productive cattle property with recent perimeter fencing along West and North boundaries. Little to no flood zone interference allows for maximum use of all pastures regardless of rainfall. Established creek system with plenty of cover for many different wildlife species. Gently rolling terrain and multiple water sources cater to the commercial cattle operation. Acreage to be surveyed out of 3 separate parcels. See aerial photo in supplements for approximate boundary lines. Addl 979.35 acres avail for $3,194 per acre see MLS #14237277 for addl information. Contact Jody Hargus, 214-797-0989 for showings. Buyer's agent must be identified on 1st contact & must accompany buyer on all showings to be allowed full fee participation. If condition not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Listing Broker. This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but in no way warranted by Dave Perry Miller or Ebby Halliday. Buyer & Buyer's representatives to verify all information contained herein. DIRECTIONS: From Cooper: East on Hwy 154 to Hwy 19. Head North on Hwy 19 for approx. 8 miles. Northwest corner of property is South of County Road 4620 approx. 600 feet and on Hwy 19.
$995,000  •  42.91 acres
Top of the line (Cooper-designed) vineyard on 42+/- park-like acres in coveted Shenandoah Valley AVA. 13+/- acres planted in Petit Syrah, Sangiovese, Rousanne/barbera, Zinfandel, Mourvedre, professionally managed and yielding average 45 tons/year. Sierra Series soils per owner. Underground power. Well with holding tank. Two potential building sites, one with a great view of the vineyard and surrounding valley and the other more secluded and private. Special micro-climate. Pond. Williamson Act for lower taxes.
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$129,050  •  25.81 acres
25 Acres near Cooper Lake State Park South Sulphur Unit. New fence on 3 sides, about half pasture and half woods. Evidence of wildlife on the property. This is the perfect size for a homesite, to run a few cows, and still have your privacy in the trees. Lots of road frontage. Power cuts across NE corner. NH water will need to be verified. Currently no water meter.
$15,900  •  1.6 acres
NORTHERN ARIZONA HIGH COUNTRY HOMESITES 3 PRIME 1.6 ACRE HOMESITES IN NORTHERN ARIZONA’S SILVER CREEK VALLEY JUST RELEASED The Land: These spacious 1.6 acre homesites are situated at the end of a quiet country lane within the Snowflake city limits and are protected by fire and police services. The approach to the lots is along Copper Lane which dead ends at the properties. As you drive along Cooper Lane you pass by lush fields of corn, alfalfa, and wheat which thrive in the Silver Creek valley’s rich garden soils. Silver Creek itself is only a few hundred yards from the properties and has contributed to the unusually shallow water table beneath the land. Each tract is level and very easy to build on and to fence. To the east, expansive views of the uninhabited adjoining range land open up. Pastureland borders the land to the north and irrigated farmland to the west. A large home on 5 acres and additional pastureland lie to the south. Power service is located at the southwest corner of lot A and is within a short extension to lots B & C. The local power supplier, APS, will extend the power at nearly no cost. These properties overlie the massive Coconino Sandstone aquifer which produces abundant yields of domestic quality water from private well installations. Well drilling costs in the area’s shallow water table are very affordable. A well located on the residential property to the south was drilled to a depth of 265’ . The water rose in the well casing to a depth of 120’ after puncturing the aquifer. Wastewater is handled by septic tanks. The soft absorbent sandy loam soil will easily accommodate a standard system. There are no deed restrictions attached to the land and no Property Owners Association rules, regulations or assessments. Liberal zoning allows owners to use their land for residential and agricultural uses including livestock. RV's permitted too.The corners of each tract have been monumented by a registered surveyor and a gravel surfaced gated entry private driveway provides access to each lot. Priced from $15,900 with $1,590 down and monthly payments of $174 using the no qualifying seller provided financing. There are no closing costs, no prepayment penalties and the monthly payments are handled by First American Title as account servicing agent. Call Tracey Osment 520.261.2714 (tracey@arizonaland.com) for more information or to make an appointment to walk the properties. About the Area In the summer of 1878 Erastus Snow & William Flake rode into the lush Silver Creek valley in east central Arizona and founded the charming - historic community of Snowflake. Positioned ideally atop the Colorado Plateau at 5,600 above sea level, Snowflake offers some of the finest year-round weather available anywhere in the American southwest. Outdoor work is in Snowflake is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18” of snow, most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under bright sunny skies. Snowflake receives over 300 days of sunshine per year accompanied by 11” of rainfall. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80s and evening lows in the mid 60’s. In mid-summer the annual monsoons rains arrive, bring with them refreshing afternoon rains that cool the air and bring out a profusion of native grasses and colorful wildflowers. Traditionally Snowflake has been coveted as cattle and farming land due to the land’s rich sandy loam garden soil and variety of nutrient rich range grasses. Great weather, rich soils, and unmatched outdoor recreation are reasons enough to own land here, but it’s the abundance of pure shallow groundwater from one of the Southwest’s largest underground aquifers.