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Texas, McCulloch County, 11 Acre Hunters Ranch, Lot 11, Electricity. TERMS $660/Month
Texas, McCulloch County, 11 Acre Hunters Ranch, Lot 11, Electricity. TERMS $660/Month


 
Our Price: $66,000
Down Payment $321.00

Quantity in Stock:1
Product Code: TX_MCCULLOCH_HUNTERSRANCH_11
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11 Acres Hunter's Ranch, McCulloch County, Texas. TERMS $660/Month

McCulloch County, in southeast Doole, TX

Property Location:

Hunter’s Ranch

LOT 11

11 Acres

Electricity

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

Checkout:
The checkout above bills the down payment of $321 only.

Down Payment: $321

Monthly Payments: $660

Sales Price: $66,000

Interest Rate: 9%

10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY













Lot 11, Hunter's Ranch, McCulloch County, Texas
11 Acres

Hunter's Ranch is relatively flat with various brush and cacti thoughout with deer and quail often spotted running across the roads and fields. These tracts are perfect for a wide variety of recreational activities. You'll enjoy hunting, camping, ATV & motorcycle riding, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching, GEOcaching, wildlife viewing, and many other activities.



Available Lots Remaining in Hunster's Ranch





INVEST or RESELL!

SIZE: 11 Acres

TAXES: Less than $2 per acre, per year and are current.

UTILITIES: Electricity

ZONING:Residential

McCulloch County, Missouri

McCulloch County is 250 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico in Central Texas and is bounded by Coleman, Brown, San Saba, Mason, Menard, and Concho counties.

Traversing the county from east to west, the Brady Mountains form a ridge which is broken by Salt, Cow, and Onion gaps. The surface of the land varies from rolling to hilly, sloping northward to the Colorado River and southward to the San Saba River.

The county is supplied with underground water that can be tapped at widely varying depths. Soils, varying from deep black loam in the valleys to dark and light sand in the uplands, produce corn, grain sorghums, barley, wheat, peanuts, cotton, berries, peaches, pecans, and other fruit. Sheep, goats, beef and dairy cattle, hogs, and turkeys are also produced commercially.