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Waterfront Property for sale in Clay County Texas

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$592,450 289 acres
Foyce Road, Charlie, TX 76377 - Clay County

Jetton River Place - hunting land on the Red River!

This 288.81 +/- acre ranch is located at the end of a county maintained road in northwest Clay County. It is varied in terrain and function, from irrigable coastal pastures in the front to thick wooded hunting land along the Red River in the back. With neighbors of 600+ acres on either side, this ranch offers privacy and the ability to grow some really nice bucks. LOCATION: The property is located at the end of Foyce Rd. in the Charlie community of Clay County, about 20 miles north of Wichita Falls (pop. 104,898). It is a little over two hour drive from either Fort Worth or Dallas. LAND USE: This ranchs diverse landscape allows for some of everything: hunting, cattle grazing, hay production. The acreage is broken down as foll
Benjamin Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties
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$1,118,784 466.16 acres
1048 Krajca Road, Wichita Falls, TX 76305 - Clay County

Reduced Price! Riverfront Property

This diverse property combines opportunities for great hunting, cattle ranching, and family recreation, plus a gorgeous potential home site. This nicely maintained and unique acreage has approximately 3 miles of mostly wooded frontage along the Wichita River and more than 100 mature pecan trees, mostly within the meticulously maintained orchard located in the southern portion of the property. Ready for the new owners to build on the fully cleared site of the original farm house, located on high ground overlooking the pecan orchard and wheat fields. Electricity, water, and septic is already in place, as well as a garage, a newer 30X40 shop, and two older barns, all surrounded by manicured lawns. Over 200 acres of the property is cultivated,
Bob MacDougall Whitetail Properties
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$507,500 175 acres
FM 1740, Wichita Falls, TX 76305 - Clay County

Bymond Wichita River Ranch

Bymond Wichita River Ranch - 175 +/- Acres Wichita and Clay Counties If you are looking for an ideal hunting property, look no further. The Bymond is loaded with game, has Wichita River Frontage, heavy woods and underbrush, some farmland and access to public water and electricity. All of this within 15 minutes of downtown Wichita Falls! The north part of the land consist of about 63 acres of farmland, with the balance on the south portion being heavily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cottonwoods, Hackberry, Chinaberry, Cedars, along with thick underbrush. The Wichita River serves as the southeast boundary, with approximately 1,500 feet of frontage. Bear Creek and another unnamed creek meander across the south portion eventually flowing into the
Stephen Turner Turner Country, LLC
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$1,435,550 618 acres
Leath Rd, Charlie, TX 76301 - Clay County

Charlie River Ranch

The Charlie River Ranch - 618 Acres, Clay County This is prime Red River land located in northwest Clay County. It's primarily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cedars, Cottonwoods, Oaks with plenty of underbrush and wild plum thickets. There is a good balance of open grass meadows. The grass is plentiful as it has been lightly grazed by cattle. The terrain is level to sloping with a good amount of elevation change. A ridge extends along the south quarter of the ranch, that offers great views of the property and the surrounding landscape. Once below the ridge, the terrain becomes level to rolling, with a second ridge located near the river. There's no shortage of water on the Charlie River Ranch! It has three quarters of a mile of Red River front
Stephen Turner Turner Country, LLC
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$830,500 368 acres
Leath Rd, Charlie, TX 76301 - Clay County

Charlie River Ranch - West Side

The Charlie River Ranch - West Side - 368 Acres, Clay County This is prime Red River land located in northwest Clay County. It's primarily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cedars, Cottonwoods, Oaks with plenty of underbrush and wild plum thickets. There is a good balance of open grass meadows. The grass is plentiful as it has been lightly grazed by cattle. The terrain is level to sloping with a good amount of elevation change. A ridge extends along the south quarter of the ranch, that offers great views of the property and the surrounding landscape. Once below the ridge, the terrain becomes level to rolling, with a second ridge located near the river. There's no shortage of water on the Charlie River Ranch! It has 2,600 feet of Red River fronta
Stephen Turner Turner Country, LLC