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Homes for sale on Riverfront Property in Kent County Texas

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$1,063,750 925 acres
Jayton, TX 79528 - Kent County

Panther Canyon Ranch

This is the first time Panther Canyon Ranch has been available since John Jay owned it in the 1800s! Panther Canyon runs two miles through the ranch to Croton Creek at the north boundary. Very scenic, but gentle enough to get around on, this ranch is a great hunting property or cattle ranch! Seller is offering 15% of owned minerals with acceptable contract. Call today for more information! Location: This property is located in the far northeast corner of Kent County, and is approximately 225 miles west of Fort Worth. Acres: 925 Acres of which 60 acres are in cultivated fields. There are couple of other small fields that have been put into improved grasses for grazing. This ranch has been in the same family for over 100 years a
John Ekdahl or Rex Detamore Ekdahl-Nelson Real Estate
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$2,087,197 2,108.28 acres 2 Beds | 1 Bath
Clairemont, TX 79549 - Kent County

Rancho Dos Rios

LOCATION The Rancho Dos Rios is extremely well located approximately 12 miles northwest of Clairemont, putting drive time from Lubbock at just over an hour, Midland being under two hours away and the DFW Metro area should be manageable in under four hours. Access to the ranch is by graded county roads, with the exact location of the property being north of paved SH 380 and west of paved FM 1081. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION The Rancho Dos Rios is a four-season hunting and recreation paradise. This awesome property has everything the sportsman desires. Exceptional topographic features and scenic appeal, good turf, diverse browse with good brush coverage, live water and unbelievable wildlife. The ranch is greatly influenced by live water, with a
Sam Middleton Chas S. Middleton and Son
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$4,478,885 3,057.26 acres
Clairemont, TX 79549 - Kent County

Reserve Ranch

Property Description The Reserve Ranch offers everything the sportsman desires, with an abundance of wildlife, varied terrain features, a sculpted and manicured brush canopy, live water and an abundance of subsurface water. The country is predominantly an extremely desirable mix of shinnery and mesquite with soils being sandy in nature. The ranch varies greatly from north to south, with the Salt Fork of the Brazos River being a major influence along the southern portion of the property. Continuing in a northerly direction the country becomes more level and shinnery becomes prevalent scattered with sage, mesquite and soapberry thickets, scattered oaks and hackberries. Many roads throughout this portion of the ranch are disked to provide
Sam Middleton Chas S. Middleton and Son