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Texas, Cochran County, 2 Acre. Cash 1.8K
Texas, Cochran County, 2 Acre.  Cash 1.8K


 
Our Price: $1,800
Cash Price $1,800.00

Product Code: TX_COCHRAN_BLEDSOE-2CASH1.8K
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Featured Item: Cochran County Texas 2 Acre lot.





Beautiful Texas Land in a Platted Subdivision - Near a Small Town. Short drive to Lubbock.



Lot 24 - WESTERN VISTAS (NPT OF W/2 OF SEC 15 BLK Y PSL)

SALES PRICE: $1,800


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Pictures of actual lots and surrounding areas


Location

and Legal

Description

Multiple Lots Available

Lots are located 3 miles outside of Bledsoe TX, a mile from the New Mexico Border (Close to both Roswell, NM and Lubbock, TX). North Part of Sec 14 and 15 Block Y, PSL as described as Tracts 15 and 16, or West 1/2 of Section 9, Block Y, PSL, Cochran County, Texas.

Online Land Sales Western Vistas

Lots are Staked and Surveyed and the Plat Maps have been recorded at the County.

INVEST or RESELL!
State Texas County Cochran
Size 2 Acre

Staked and Surveyed.

Taxes Less than $20 Per Year. Taxes are current.

HOA: None

Utility Infrastructure

No Utilities at lot. There are Utilities in the area. Electricity is very near. Dirt Road to Subdivision. Is flat for miles surrounding lots.

Electricity is within 2 miles of lot. Good dirt roads to, and through, section. Few hundred yards of dirt roads to access section from pave road.

Cochran County Website

Time Limit to Build

None.

Modular and custom and homes allowed.



Information

Cochran County, on the southern High Plains, is bordered on the west by New Mexico, on the north by Bailey County, on the east by Hockley County, and on the south by Yoakum County. It was named for Robert Cochran who died at the Alamo. The center point of the county is 33°35' north latitude and 102°50' west longitude, some fifty miles west of Lubbock. Cochran County covers 783 square miles of level prairie with elevations varying from 3,500 to 3,800 feet above sea level; loamy or sandy soils predominate.

Many small lakes dot the county, including Silver Lake, and several small salt lakes. Rainfall in the area averages 15.62 inches a year; the average minimum temperature in January is 23 F; the average high in July is 92 F. The growing season lasts 189 days. The county's agricultural income averages $50 million a year, derived from cotton, sorghums, wheat, and cattle; county farmers irrigate more than 110,000 acres. Mesquite and grama grasses provide much of the ground cover.

Farms in the area surrounding Morton produce cotton, cattle, and grains, mainly for feed. The town serves as a banking and supply center for these farms. Its industrial activities include meat packing and gas and sulfur refining


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