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Waterfront Property for sale in Knox County Texas

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$279,000 150 acres
Knox City, TX 79529 - Knox County

Brazos River Ranch

150 Acres, Brazos River in Knox County. Over 1 mile of Brazos River frontage! 60 Acres cultivation in Wheat. Electricity. Water well. Good fences. Fantastic hunting for Deer, Hogs, Turkeys, Quail, Dove, etc. Beautiful views of the river and surrounding area. Very nice deer blind and deer feeder. Large Cottonwood trees. 2 Buck county. New Survey. River properties like this don't last long, CALL NOW!
Jack Simmons wtxranch
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$768,385 643 acres
Knox City, TX 79529 - Knox County

Chambers River Ranch

Great hunting or recreational ranch with 1 mile of Brazos River frontage! This area is know for it's big deer and variety of wildlife. A county road splits the ranch into two pieces. The north side offers good cover for game coming across river into the wheat fields. Terrain changes offer great views. The south side is more level with 280 acres of cultivation. There is a good water well and 2 sets of working pens. The owner runs 45 head of cattle and 150 yearling cattle when wheat is planted. Croton creek crosses the property and there are 3 good stock ponds. South side of FM 1755 Approximately 1 mile of Brazos River frontage Good water well at 60 depth 2 sets of working pens Approximately 250 acres that is planted in wheat Owner wil
Jenna Hawkins & Tom Callan RE/MAX TRINITY, TRINITY LAND TEAM
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$25,000,000 17,984 acres
Benjamin, TX 79505 - Knox County

17,984 acres Benjamin, TX

18,000 +/- ACRE KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS RANCH BENJAMIN, TEXAS LOCATION: Approximately 75 miles southwest of Wichita Falls. The southern ranch boundary adjoins the City of Benjamin. The western boundary fronts on State Highway 6 and the north has 2 private access easements to County Road 3560. TERRAIN & RANCH LAND DESCRIPTION: Diverse terrain from Mesquite bottom land on both sides of the South Wichita River to 1072 acres of cultivated wheat fields; 200 acres of cultivated perennial warm and cool season food plots planted with various forbs mixes for wildlife; some rugged cedar brush country and pasture land with excellent grasses, browse and forbs desirable for cattle ranching and wildlife. WATER: 10 1/2 miles (21 miles both sid
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