Product Description

Lot 3 of 120 Available Acres!

This amazing investor deal won’t last long! This property is next to other 40 acre parcels that are connected to it so if you purchase ALL three 40 acres, you can own 120 acres all together!

We just purchased this property and haven’t even had a survey or maps created!

This 40 Acre property, which will sell very quickly, is in Hudspeth County, Texas. It is located just 3 miles North of Interstate 10 and 15 miles from Sierra Blanca and 26 miles from Van Horn, TX.

This is a prepper’s and hunter’s dream property! There is a nearby 4WD trail. The property’s elevation ranges from 4700 feet in the gullies to 5000 feet at its highest point. There is a dry creekbed that bisects the parcel.

The free range land is ideal for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and is interested in securing a great property to hunt on.

In addition to being able to hunt without restriction, the owner of this property is also free from zoning requirements, meaning they are capable of using the land however they please. Its seclusion makes for an ideal campground, or even a private hunting cabin. The land is ideal for off-roading and 4x4s.

This rare deal won’t last so act fast to secure this amazing opportunity!

Legal Information

Access: Property is off a dirt road in the NE corner. A 4WD vehicle may be required to access the property. Private road access OR easements may need to be negotiated with surrounding land owners.

Mineral Rights: Not Included

Financing Information

Financing Details: Other properties in the same area have listed or sold between $1,000 – $1,500 or more per acre.
Document Prep Fee: $249 then pay the remaining amount via cashiers check or wire transfer.
Pay in Full Price: $12,948
Finance the land with NO credit check required
Financing (3% Interest) $249 Document Prep Fee then choose:
  • 3 Years – $448.00 per month
  • 5 Years – $275.00 per month
  • 7 Years – $197.00 per month

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Our prices START low and only increase!

Invest in the property NOW at the lowest price. Don’t wait until it increases!

NOTE: All map information provided here is based upon data from the owner, Texas General Land Office, Texas Natural Resource Information System, and the Texas Railroad Commission, and may not be exact. An exact location can only be obtained through a surveyor and this property has not been surveyed as of this date.

Driving Directions:

  1. Starting in Sierra Blanca, Texas on Farm to Market Road 1111 (FM 1111) at the Chevron Station on the south side of IH 10
  2. Proceed north on FM1111 to El Paso Street also known as Business IH 10 (one block north after the highway)
  3. Turn right onto El Paso Street
  4. Follow El Paso Street as it turns into the frontage road on the north side of IH 10.
  5. Follow the frontage road for 11.2 miles and turn left onto an unnamed road.
  6. Stay on the main road for 1.6 miles to an intersection with an unnamed road.
  7. Turn to the left and take an immediate right onto the unnamed road.
  8. At approximately 1.4 miles take a left onto an unnamed road.
  9. Follow this road for 0.9 miles to the west sideline of the tract.

About the Area

This beautiful ranch is located High in the open desert range near Dell City, Hudspeth County, Texas. The ranch is located close to the beautiful New Mexico area, with Lincoln National Forest to the north, Guadeloupe Mountains National Park to the east and Carlsbad Caverns just 80 miles northeast on the same highway.
Hudspeth County 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.
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.
Texas prides itself as “a whole other country” for its grand size and diversity, a state so big that it is categorized as part of the South, Southwest and Midwest regions of the country. At the southern end, 600 miles of Texas beach meet the Gulf of Mexico and 80 degree waters; locals calling this the Third Coast. Galveston Island and Corpus Christi are must-visits in the area, where you can tour the USS Lexington and Texas State Aquarium.
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 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 degrees Fahrenheit in January and an average high temperature of 94 degrees in July. The growing season averages 230 days a year, and the average annual precipitation is less than ten inches.

Property Details

Size (Acres)40
Best AttributeWide open terrain
General LocationEast of Sierra Blanca
APN or Other IDR53645
Legal DescriptionBLOCK 57, SECTION 22, PSL SURVEY SW1/4 of the NE1/4
Property TypeRural Land
General Elevation (in feet)2000
WaterWould be by well or alternative system
SewerSeptic or Alternative System
Time to BuildNo Limit
Title InfoClear Title
Annual Property Taxes (Approx)$90
Doc Fee$249
Terms7 Years - $197.00 per month at 3% interest