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CLEARANCE: $4,000 Off: Texas, Hudspeth County, 20 Acre Sunset Ranches, Lot 26. TERMS $100/Month
CLEARANCE: $4,000 Off: Texas, Hudspeth County, 20 Acre Sunset Ranches, Lot 26. TERMS $100/Month

Our Price: $10,000
Down Payment $121.00

Quantity in Stock:SOLD (Out of Stock)
Product Code: TX_HUDSPETH_SUNSET_U533L26

Untitled Untitled Untitled Trophey Ridge Trophey Ridge, OK, Land For Sale
Featured Item: 20 Acres Sunset Ranches. TERMS $140/Month

Sunset Ranches

Unit 533

Lot 26

Hunters, campers and log cabins welcome. Great investment. 20 Acres, surveyed, with an excellent road directly to the lot. Beautiful mountain views. Gorgeous blue skies. Awesome sunsets.

This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be mailed to you immedi ately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

SALES PRICE: $10,000


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Sunset Ranches

Unit: 533

Lot: 26

LOCATION: Sunset Ranches is conveniently located 12 miles from Interstate 10, off paved Highway #1111, in Hudspeth county, Texas. This scenic ranch is approximately 10 min. from Sierra Blanca, 30 min. from Van Horn and approximately 1 hour from El Paso (a major city).
LAND USE: The property has been subdivided, surveyed and platted into 20 acre lots. The buyer may IMMEDIATELY USE the LAND as a home-site, or for recreational uses such as camping, hiking, horses or R/V's.
CLIMATE / ELEVATION: The sun shines more than 300 days per year at the subdivision. Low humidity and moderate rainfall combined with warm temperatures create a year-round climate unlike anywhere else. The average summer temperature is 80°. The average winter temperature is 50°. The elevation range is 4,600 - 5,200 feet above sea level.
SERVICES: Police and fire emergency services are provided by Hudspeth county. Telephone & internet services are also available. The nearby cities of Sierra Blanca, Dell City, Van Horn and EI Paso all have post offices, lodging, food, auto fuel, schools, medical facilities, shopping and entertainment.
TOPOGRAPHY: The topography of the area consists of gently rolling hills. The plant life includes mesquite trees, many colorful plants and beautiful native flowers.
WATER: Buyer has water rights. Water can be obtained by drilling a water well on your land. Or, you can purchase water from a local water hauler in combination with storage tanks that you would provide.
POWER / WASTE: Power options may be obtained by the use of propane gas generators, solar and wind power. Waste disposal is achieved by individual septic systems. Utility easements have been established throughout the ranch to allow for future extension of electricity along the lot boundaries. Power/waste costs are the responsibility of buyer.
ROADS: Dirt roads have been built and maintained allowing access to all properties. Seller has no obligation to pave any of the roads.
LIVESTOCK: If using the land for livestock, buyer agrees to build a standard cattle fence around any area of the property that contains livestock.

Several excellent roads to choose from to get to the lot.

Each lot has been surveyed.
Latest Hudspeth County, Texas, weather
State Texas County Hudspeth
Size 20 Acres Taxes Less than $10 per Acre, Per Year


Hudspeth County, in the Trans-Pecos region of far-western Texas, is bordered by New Mexico to the north, the Mexican state of Chihuahua to the south, El Paso County to the west, and Culberson and Jeff Davis counties to the east. Sierra Blanca, the county seat, is seventy miles southeast of El Paso in south central Hudspeth County. The county's center lies at approximately 31°32' north latitude and 105°28' west longitude, about twenty-four miles northwest of Sierra Blanca. Interstate Highway 10 and U.S. Highway 80 cross southern Hudspeth County from east to west, and U.S. highways 62 and 180 cross northern Hudspeth County from east to west. The Missouri Pacific and Southern Pacific railroads both enter southeastern Hudspeth County and meet at Sierra Blanca, from which point the latter line continues west to El Paso. The county covers 4,566 square miles of terrain in the Rio Grande basin that varies from mountainous to nearly level, with elevations ranging from 3,200 to 7,500 feet above sea level. Soils in the lower elevations are alkaline and loamy with clayey subsoils that overlie limestone in some areas; thin and stony soils predominate in the mountains, and along the Rio Grande clay and sandy loams predominate. Vegetation includes short, sparse grasses, creosote bush, scrub brush, mesquite, and cacti, with juniper, live oak, and piñon at the higher elevations. Among the minerals found in Hudspeth County are barite, beryllium, coal, copper, fluorspar, gold, gypsum, lead, limestone, mica, clay, salt, silver, talc, and zinc. The climate is subtropical, arid, warm, and dry, with an average minimum temperature of 29° in January and an average high temperature of 94° in July. The growing season averages 230 days a year, and the average annual precipitation is less than ten inches. Less than 1 percent of the land in Hudspeth County is considered prime farmland.

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