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80 Acre Ranch, Reeves County, Texas. TERMS $400/Month.
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Started : 11/13/2012 7:25:53 PM
End Date : 11/14/2012 5:26:00 AM
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80 Acre Ranch, Reeves County, Texas. TERMS $400/Month.
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Featured Item: Large 80 Acre Ranch, near Pecos, Reeves County, TX.


Property Highlights

This great land is located only a 15 minute drive from the city of Pecos, county seat of Reeves County, and home of all the modern amenities one would need.

 

SALES PRICE: $40,000
DOWN PAYMENT: Winning Bid!!
 
MONTHLY PAYMENT: $400
INTEREST: 9%

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Tax Appraisal Value of this property equals $500 Per Acre, as of 2011.   

Most Texas properties sell for more than tax value, and this especially true when the seller finances the lot. We are offering this outstanding, huge ranch, for you to buy at tax value.


 











Location

and Legal

Description

Acres: 81.000 Blk: C-8 Tract: 21 AB 1726 BLK C-8 SEC 21 PSLOUT OF W/2

State Texas County Reeves
 

INVEST or RESELL!
Size 80 Acres
Taxes Taxes Total Less Than $768 Per Year

 

Utility Infrastructure

Rural

Time Limit to Build

None

Information

 

Parks and Recreation: Toyah Creek, Barrilla Mountain, Toyah Lake, Balmorhea State Recreation Area, The Pecos River

Toyah Creek:

Toyah Creek rises in northeastern Jeff Davis County three miles west of the Reeves county line (at 3056' N, 10340' W) and runs northeast for fifty miles to its mouth on the Pecos River, in north central Reeves County (at 3125' N, 10320' W). It runs through Toyah Lake, a playa, eight miles west of the Pecos. Sandia Creek joins Toyah 2 miles east of Pecos Valley Southern Railway in north central Reeves County.

Barrilla Mountain:

Barrilla Mountain, a summit in the Barrilla range also known as Flat Top Mountain, is in the southeastern corner of Reeves County (at 3047' N, 10337' W). With an elevation of 4,672 feet above sea level, Barrilla Mountain is the highest peak in Reeves County and rises 555 feet above the adjacent canyon land. The surrounding flat terrain and rugged canyon land of desert mountain volcanic rock is surfaced by wash deposits of sand, gravel, and mud that support live oak, pion, juniper, grasses, maple, ponderosa pine, madrone, and water-tolerant hardwoods and conifers.

Toyah Lake:

Toyah Lake, a playa, is on either side of U.S. Highway 285 four miles southeast of Blue Goose Hill in northeastern Reeves County (centered at 3122' N, 10323' W). The lake is surrounded by flat to gently sloping desert terrain of calchefied bedrock, alluvial deposits of sand and gravel, and windblown sand. Reddish-brown to brown sands, clay loams and clays, and rough stony ground support scrub brush and grasses. Toyah Lake, covering an area of 5 miles in length and 2 miles in width, is the largest of many playas in Reeves County. Like other playas, it gives evidence of undeveloped drainage in the area. It is fed by two immature stream beds-Salt Draw from the west and Toyah Creek from the east.

Balmorhea State Recreation Area:

Balmorhea State Recreation Area is located at Toyahvale, at the northern entrance to the Davis Mountains on U.S. Highway 290 in southeastern Reeves County. The park, including its large rock-walled swimming pool, was built around San Solomon Springs by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933. The springs, which have been called Mescalero and Head Springs at various times, issue from caverns in the bottom of the swimming pool. The pool covers one and three-quarters acres, is thirty feet deep in places, and has aquatic plants and fish living in its 76-degree water. Before 1933, 950 acres for the park was deeded to the state by private owners and by Reeves County Water Improvement District No. 1. In the 1940s the state legally lost all of the land except the present forty-eight acres.

The Pecos River:

The Pecos River, one of the major tributaries of the Rio Grande, rises on the western slope of the Santa Fe mountain range in Mora County, New Mexico (at 3559' N, 10533' W), and runs south through San Miguel, Guadalupe, De Baca, Chaves, and Eddy counties in New Mexico before it enters Texas just east of the 104th meridian. In Texas the river flows southeast, forming the boundary between Loving and Reeves, Reeves and Ward, Ward and Pecos, Pecos and Crane, Pecos and Crockett, and Crockett and Terrell counties. It then enters Val Verde County at its northwestern corner and angles across that county to its mouth (at 2942' N, 10122' W) on the Rio Grande in the Amistad Reservoir, between Comstock and Langtry some thirty-eight miles northwest of Del Rio. Through most of its more than 900-mile-long course, the Pecos River parallels the Rio Grande. The total drainage area of the Pecos in New Mexico and Texas is about 44,000 square miles. The topography of the river valley ranges from mountain pastures in the north, with an elevation of more than 13,000 feet above sea level, to grasslands, semiarid irrigated farmlands, desert with sparse vegetation, and, in the lowermost reaches of the river, deep canyons. The principal cities along the river in New Mexico are Las Vegas, Santa Rosa, Fort Sumner, Roswell, Artesia, and Carlsbad; in Texas, the main city on the river is Pecos, the Reeves county seat. In the early 1990s none of these places had a population of more than 40,000. Oil is produced in the eastern portion of the Pecos river valley, part of the Permian basin, and sulfur and potash are also important products.

 

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