45 acres in Comanche County located ½ mile east of De Leon on HWY 6, some Coastal, 2 ponds, fenced, small barn, county water & electricity available, great commercial site. Will divide. Reduced$200,000
Cogburn Realty ~ 916 N. Texas ~ De Leon, Texas 76444
Ray Cogburn Broker 254.631.5865 ~ Byrl Cogburn Agent 254.734.5974 ~ Barbara Lee Agent 254.967.5055
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49 Acres more/less 1 mile northeast of De Leon on CR 454: The land has about 30 acres of Coastal, a small pond and is sandy loam soil. Nice country place with gently rolling terrain.
Great property for the land owner who wants to run some cattle. Property will be surveyed and sold by surveyed acre. Seller will consider dividing. $2,950 per acre
52 acres more/less west of De Leon on CR 172 near the Duster community: Partly wooded, partly native pastures, good sandy land. Hunting should be great! Deer, Hogs and other wildlife. Will be surveyed and sold by surveyed acre. REDUCED $2,750 per acre
29 Acres more/less on CR 172 and FM 679 Near Duster: All sandy loam crop land and it has 2 irrigation wells. 1 well is reported to produce approx. 200 gpm and has been used recently for crop irrigation. Property will be surveyed and sold by the surveyed acre. $3,250 per acre
43.208 Acres on FM 587 1/4 miles west of the Duster community: More info.....
25 acres on CR 458 approx. 2 miles N/E of De Leon: Rolling terrain with some trees, very private location with deer and other wildlife.
$2,950 per acre
42.53 Acres on FM 587 Near Duster: Most all crop land, some native pasture, has one water well (was used in the past for irrigation), electricity, small dry pond, paved road frontage. Several large Oaks for a homesite. $2,825 per acre
1.67 acres located 1 mile from the De Leon city limits on FM 2921: Nice building site on a paved FM road and located close in. Property will have a new water well and pump in place by closing of sale. Great location to build a new home! $22,500
91.172 Acres: Comanche & Erath Counties - Northeast of De Leon about 6 miles on CR 468. 60 - 70 acres crop land, approx 25 acres heavily wooded. Property is divided by the county road with approx 40 acres on the east side and 50 acres on the west side. There are 2 irrigation wells which the owner reports being 80 - 100 gpm each. Lots of deer and wildlife!
95.145 Acres - Callahan County - Potential Commercial Location.
Over 2500' of frontage on Interstate 20 at exit 313. Located just 5 miles east of Baird Texas, this property has a TXDOT daily traffic count of 23,000 plus.
Perfect commercial access with the exit underpass situated at the southeast corner of the property and the westbound entrance ramp ideally located on the access road in front of the property. (see our aerial map)
This unique site actually has road frontage on 3 sides. The I-20 access road on it's south, CR 323 on the east, and over 2600' of Finley Rd. (CR 324) on the north side. Finley Rd/CR 324 is part of what was known as the historic Bankhead highway which opened in 1916 and was the first all weather, transcontinental roadway in the United States.
The land has a water meter on the north side which is in about in the center of the property on CR 324 and it also has a 3" water line running along the east boundary on CR 323.
There are good perimeter fences, 4 stock ponds (1 covers approx. 1 acre when full) and a pipe and guardrail constructed corral. The ranch is wooded and brushy, has lots of wildlife and is currently leased for hunting.
Seller is willing to divide into smaller parcels. Give us a call today!
29 Acres more/less on CR 459 west of De Leon by Nabors Lake: Land is all in excellent Coastal hayfield, includes 2 water wells and is fenced on 3 sides. Has a fenced garden area, with one water well close by. Property will be surveyed as close as possible to the lines drawn in the aerial image and will be sold by the surveyed acre. All seller owned mineral rights convey with sale. $2,950 per acre
10.25 acres more/less south of De Leon on paved FM 2318 approx 1/3 mile west of the Downing community. The land is all sandy loam type soils with native pasture groundcover, has good perimeter fences and co-op water and co-op electricity are both available. Property will be surveyed as close as possible to the lines drawn in the attached aerial image and will be sold by the surveyed acre. $4,250 per acre