Finding the perfect Ranch Land For Sale Throckmorton County requires the right strategy, connections, and winning real estate experts. Live in tranquility in West Texas on your ranch property. Raise cattle, hunt, and enjoy a peaceful lifestyle from your dream home. The Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate team are leaders in the West Texas market and ready to find the ranch land for you.
What Types of Ranch Land Does Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate Offer?
Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate offers a wide range of properties, including ranch, land, residential, and commercial. Our ranch land ranges from hundreds of acres to expansive areas to run cattle and other livestock. We regularly get in a fresh inventory of properties and update our listings. Here are just a few that we’ve offered with some of the best ranch lands in West Texas available.
This Rough Creek Ranch offers a lifetime opportunity to own an outstanding hunting and ranching property in the heart of big canyon country, with Little Rough Creek running through the property center! Wildlife includes trophy whitetail deer, mule deer, audad, turkey, quail, and feral hogs.
Live on a ranch with waterfowl hunting located near restaurants, supplies, and motels. The Floyd 160 ranch features over 160 acres of property with some of the acreage enrolled in the CRP program, which could provide income over the next year. There is a large playa lake on the southeast part of the property, another small pond, and a water well.
Live in the middle of tranquility on your own ranch land—the Sunflower 311 features over 311-acres of cultivation with 50-acres in native grass and pasture. Enjoy rolling to sloping topography with electricity available and in place.
Throckmorton County was officially established in 1858 and was named in honor of Dr. William E. Throckmorton. The area was surveyed and eventually became known as the Comanche Indian Reservation adjacent to the Brazos River. Captain Robert E. Lee eventually served as commander of the camp, and the Comanche Indians were relocated. Throckmorton County was ultimately settled by cattlemen who used the open range.
Lifestyle in Throckmorton County
Throckmorton County, Texas, is home to just 1,641 people and offers a laid-back, small-town vibe. It’s also one of six prohibitions, or entirely dry, counties in Texas. Locals enjoy historic stops at Fortgriffin State Park and the Old Jail Art Center. Hunting, ranching, and enjoying time on your porch with neighbors are also favorite pastimes around Throckmorton County.
Buy and Sell Ranch Land with Confidence
Are you buying or selling ranch property? Real estate agencies need deep roots in their market and an understanding of the land. Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate has helped hundreds of clients buy and sell property since 1980. We work in residential and commercial real estate in West Texas and farms, ranches, and single-family homes. We also understand our clients’ market and what it takes to close a deal without delays, hassles, or hard work involved.
Why work with Ekdhal Nelson Real Estate?
Ekdahl Nelson started in the wide-open spaces of West Texas when Ed Ekdahl launched the firm in 1980. He also simultaneously ran the family’s cotton operation in Jones County. Over time, he grew his company, and it turned into a thriving family affair. We’re proud to continue offering small-town customer service with big ambitions for our clients. We offer deep knowledge of the West Texas area and a network of buyers and sellers that we treat like old friends. We’re ready to discuss your dream property and help turn it into a reality.
Ready to discuss your dream ranch land for sale Throckmorton County? Get in touch with Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate to discuss your wish list.