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1.16 acres
Lot 11 PR 1713 Lakehills TX 78063
DANCING BEAR SUBDIVISION! A beautiful Hill Country location but just minutes to San Antonio and city amenities! 1.161 Acre lot *SHOWS LIKE A PARK* in Desirable DANCING BEAR SUBDIVISION - located...
Rene Leith, Coldwell Banker Stagecoach Realty
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138 Comanche Path

0.7 acres
138 Comanche Path Bandera TX 78003
This beautiful 4 bedroom 3 bath home is a brand new construction. This home was finished around the first of September, 2016 and is a natural fit for the Hill Country with its stone floors, counter to...
Experienced Agents, Ruple Properties
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Lot 89 Palomino Springs

2.07 acres
Lot 89 Palomino Springs Bandera TX 78003
**Motivated Seller** - priced almost $18,000 below accessed value !!!Beautiful building site in a gated community, overlooking private lake! Walk down to the waterfront & feed the ducks! Nice Oaks an...
Rene Leith, Coldwell Banker Stagecoach Realty
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1028 Lakeshore Drive N

0.59 acres
1028 Lakeshore Drive N Bandera TX 78003
131' of waterfront Lakehouse! 3 beautiful lots (.592 ac) gently roll down to the waterfront - launch your boat, swim, feed the ducks -- or just lounge on your covered deck and watch the water go by. 3...
Rene Leith, Coldwell Banker Stagecoach Realty
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Farm/Ranch/Plantation, Other Style - Tarpley, TX

83.4 acres
1724 ROSS RD Tarpley TX 78883
83.4 acres - 1.5 story cedar 2 BD 2 BA 'Cabin' w/loft, covered front porch, screened porch off Master suite & standing seam roof. A property to be experienced, the cabin feels like an up-scale spa res...
Rene Leith, Coldwell Banker Stagecoach Realty
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Flying L Ranch 3bed/2bath 2280 sqft

0.27 acres
340 Glenvalley Cir Bandera TX 78003
FLYING L RANCH is a very desirable community with its majestic Oaks, panoramic views and gently rolling hills! Flying L offers an award-winning course totals 6,646 yards and is enjoyable for players ...
Rene Leith, Coldwell Banker Stagecoach Realty
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Bandera County, TX Land Info

Located in Texas, Bandera County is a large urban county located within a densely-populated metro region. The most common type of land for sale in Bandera County recently was farms, while Bandera was the city in Bandera County with the most land for sale. Internal July 2016 data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Bandera County at $9,176, with an average list price of $808,329 for land and farms for sale in Bandera County. Of Texas's 254 counties, Bandera County ranks 115th in terms of its population (21,269, according to Census data from 2015). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Bandera County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. In terms of size, Bandera County is Texas's 206th biggest county (798 square miles, which represents less than one percent of the state). Farming activities in Bandera County generate annual revenues of $11 million, 11 percent of which is from livestock products and 89 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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